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Ducati 899 Panigale and 1199 Panigale Receive Racey Arrow Exhausts

Ducati 899 Panigale and 1199 Panigale now have three more upgrade options for their bikes, as Arrow announces silencers engineered especially for these two sport machines.
Arrow exhausts for Ducati 1199 Panigale 4 photos
Arrow exhausts for Ducati 1199 PanigaleArrow exhausts for Ducati 899 PanigaleDucati Scrambler to receive new Arrow exhausts
The cans are brand new, and getting hold of them, or even tracking them down may be a little hard, but Arrow says they can provide up to 7 extra horsepower and substantial torque improvement over the stock exhausts.

Little info is known now about the new Arrow exhausts, but we can tell you that they come as an easy slip-on replacement for the standard silencers... and they might not be street-legal in all states.

The new Arrow cans fit the existing headers of the two Ducati Panigale bikes, and customers will be able to use the machines without altering the ECU settings and with no aftermarket engine mappings needed.Carbon, titanium or stainless steel flavors
Arrow's new offer for the 899 Panigale and 1199 Panigale comprises three "flavors", carbon fiber, titanium and stainless steel. The Works version brings titanium silencers with carbon fiber end caps, while the MotoGP-inspired GP2 cans have a minimalistic design with an all-titanium construction.

Finally, the GP2 Dark silencers retain the minimalist approach of the base GP2, but are manufactured from stainless steel. The layout of the exhaust system is different from the traditional ones, as the "exhaust enters into the rear of the left-side silencer and circulates around the front of the motorcycle to the right side silencer as its final exit. This three-quarter system is designed to fit the original headers," Arrow says according to dealernews.

The GP2 Dark is obviously the cheapest of the new family of silencers, with a MSRP of $1,297.75 (€1,122). Next in line follows the GP2, sitting at $1,578.82 (€1,365) MSRP, whereas the top-of-the-line Works silencers will cost you a whopping $1,955.59 (€1,691), also MSRP, so most likely less on the street.

And how about we told you that the Ducati Scrambler is also on the "upcoming products" list?

 
 
 
 
 

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