Spark Exhaust Technology Kawasaki Ninja 400 Titanium "Konix" Full Exhaust System. This Ninja 400 full exhaust system has a titanium silencer with stainless mid-pipe and racing header. Handcrafted in Italy, Approximately 5 lbs, 11 oz., Dyno Tested for maximum horsepower increase over stock, 108 db. For perfect performance, throttle response and durability, ECU remapping is recommended. *Mid-Pipe Bracket Install Only Required when Racing with Aftermarket Rearsets. *Does not include removable DB Killer.
Non-Homologated Racing Version for Maximum Performance.
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