The prospect of adding an exhaust system to a motorcycle is an attractive one for many riders. After all, these motorcyclists typically want to get as much power out of their machines as possible – especially in a competitive setting – and these are one of the easiest ways of achieving that. However, there are many options that need to be considered when mulling this change, and riders will have to examine all possible courses of action before they can confidently find the one that is the right fit.
Pro Circuit T-6
Designed for Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha dirt bikes, the Pro Circuit T-6 Complete Exhaust Systems are primed to increase the professionalism of any motorcycle, even those with a dual exhaust. These products are comprised of a stainless steel headpipe, midpipe, and end-cap – with an aluminum canister for added durability. As an added slash, the exhaust system for the 2014 Honda CRF125F comes with a carbon-fiber end cap. Thanks to those materials, the exhaust is incredibly strong and resistant to damage that it may encounter on the road, with a more attractive price than titanium.
This two-piece system comes with a removable USFS-approved spark arrestor for off-roading. Its muffler configuration is asymmetrical, which increases the packing volume, and the system as a whole is more than capable of helping riders achieve better efficiency and performance.
Pro Circuit T-6 Slip On
The Pro Circuit T-6 Slip-On Exhaust is similar to the T-6, but it offers a few added benefits that riders may find attractive. It shares many qualities with the standard Pro Circuit T-6, including similar construction and durability. Of course, there are some major differences as well. The T-6 Slip On is easy to install or take off, making it ideal for riders who are just beginning racing careers and want to test the waters first. The slip-on has the same muffler, which reduces the noise output without negatively impacting the performance of the bike, but does not include a header – so you would be attaching it to the stock exhaust components.
The removable USFS approved spark arrestor that is included with the muffler makes it easy for riders to alternate between off-road and closed course racing.
While the Pro Circuit T-6 muffler may not pass FIM sound requirements, it is an ideal choice for riders who want to improve the performance of their dirt bike for recreational purposes. The complete system provides the most improvements and the best fit; however, if you’re on a budget and want to minimize the required maintenance of a machine, then the slip-on exhaust may be the best option.
No matter which product you choose, you will want to take some extra time to ensure the item will work with your dirt bike. Each model will need a specific exhaust, so double check thebefore buying.
Designed for Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha dirt bikes, the Pro Circuit T-6 Dirt Bike Exhausts are primed to increase the professionalism of any motorcycle. Made from stainless steel and aluminum, these exhausts are incredibly strong and resistant to damage. They are an ideal choice for riders who want to improve the performance of their dirt bike for recreational purposes.