World Honda Motocross Team Arrow and Paul Martin have jointly developed a new line of exhaust MX Competition, dedicated to road models of the manufacturer in Tokyo, decided to assert its economic strength also in the field of off road racing, where he collected objectively little.
Developed with particular reference to the Honda CRF 250 and 450, new discharges, directly derived from the Trophy for motorcycles of engine capacity in excess, have a body composed of a conical part and a straight line, which allows better placement behind the side of the models themselves With the possibility of having terminals are longer and with less noise (made worse by the presence of dB killer).
The range of motorcycle accessories Arrow MX Competition are entirely made of titanium (for weight reduction, in the case of the CRF 450, increased from 4.3 kg to the original only 2.6 Kg) with technical features that ensure reliability and performance, with the latter subject to further improvements through the mapping that will be available on the Internet site of the manufacturer at the end of January 2011 to coincide with the arrival of the new product on the market of home Arrow dedicated to motocross.
The thing that intrigues most is still linked to the fact that the aftermarket industry is increasingly realizing the possibilities even from off road, a sector whose potential is still a lot of producers and that so far, at least in my opinion, did not explored to the end as others (typically the segment of sports and naked).
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