Zard releases new titanium exhaust for the Triumph Speed Triple 1200

Zard releases new titanium exhaust for the Triumph Speed Triple 1200

I remember nearly a decade ago. And i found myself so enamoured at the notion of a sportbike producing upwards of 150 horsepower. These days, 200 horsepower has become the norm for superbikes, and naked bikes pumping out upwards of 150 horsepower is now commonplace.

Sometimes, a bike needs a little help to be at its best. The problem with today’s crop of hyper-naked sportbikes is that they universally have some pretty mediocre sounding stock exhausts.

These bikes are so focused on performance that they fall short of other aspects like looks or sound without modification.

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Zard is a high-end, Italy-inspired boutique manufacturer of aftermarket parts based in Baldichieri d’Asti on street and sportbikes. 

Zard products

The products range from wheels and exhaust to complete turnkey motorcycle builds. Many major motorcycle manufacturers — including Triumph, Yamaha and Ducati — have worked closely with Zard to develop exclusive products for the global market. 

Today, we’re going to take a look at Zard’s latest titanium exhaust for the Triumph Speed Triple 1200.

With its much more significant displacement, the 1,160cc engine of the Triumph Speed Triple 1200, with its more aggressive accelerative delivery at higher rpm and bolder torque that comes on more potent in the first two gears before dropping off like a set of stairs, produces far better acceleration than its predecessor. 

As a result, you get an exhaust note that is deep and quite throaty while at the same time being friendly and refined.

With its much more significant displacement, the 1,160cc engine of the Triumph Speed Triple 1200, with its more aggressive accelerative delivery at higher rpm and bolder torque that comes on more robust in the first two gears before dropping off like a set of stairs, produces far better acceleration than its predecessor. 

The exhaust saves 2.5 kilograms compared to the stock system’s 3.1 kilograms. Plus, it has Carbon endcaps and Carbon heatshields included. As a result, you get an exhaust note that is deep and quite throaty while at the same time being pleasant and refined.

With this product, Zard offers a high-value solution. The exhausts they produce are not bolt-on systems that require complex modifications or adjustments. The price starts from € 856,56 ( $968 ) will be available from 15th Dec.

via Zard

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