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BMW R1200GS: SuperTrapp Exhaust


BMW R1200GS Exhaust

SuperTrapp has created a direct-fitment slip-on exhaust for 2004-2009 BMW R1200GS motorcycles (p/n 726-81200, MSRP $599.00).

This new SuperTrapp Slip-On boasts a 92dB sound level compared to the stock 87.5dB sound level (per SAE-J1287 off-road sound test). The SuperLight provides a deep, throaty, growling sound.

The SuperLight Stainless Series for the BMW R1200GS is constructed of 100 percent 304-grade, Stainless Steel with a Polished Finish for high-end quality and looks without the high end price tag.

SuperLight Stainless Series are a tunable, internal disc-based Slip-On. Meaning, they utilize SuperTrapp’s legendary, patented diffuser disc technology which allows a rider to control the performance, sound and flow of their bike by simply adding or subtracting discs. The SuperLight includes eighteen, 4″ discs. Adding 4″ discs provides more sound, horsepower and flow. Subtracting 4″ discs will reduce the sound and flow, but will increase the low-end torque.

The SuperLight weighs only 9 lbs. That’s 4 lbs. lighter than the stock exhaust to lighten your load for maximum speed and maneuverability. The weight savings easily justifies packing additional cargo into the aluminum side bags.

The SuperLight body is a 19″ long canister with a 4.5″ body diameter and a 2.5″ turndown outlet. The s-bend is fully welded on to the muffler and an integrated center stand stop is included on the under side.

Universal SuperLight Stainless Series are available for all makes / models of various V-Twin, Metric, Sport and Adventure Sport Touring and only require some minor fabricating. The Universals are available in various lengths and inlet diameters.

All models include detailed instructions and all of the necessary mounting hardware.

Request your 2011, commemorative, 40th Anniversary catalog by e-mailing For more information on all SuperTrapp exhausts, visit, or call 216-265-8400.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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