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Jardine GP-1 & GP-1R | Sportbike Exhaust

Jardine Sportbike Exhaust Systems

The folks at Jardine Performance Products are serious about their sportbike exhaust systems, putting much R&D into the slip-on GP-1 unit, and the newest full-system in its lineup, the GP-1R.

Currently, the GP-1 slip-on is available in 13 applications, fitting a wide selection of the following models: Suzuki GSX-R 600/750/1000, Yamaha R6, Kawasaki ZX-6R/ZX-10R, Kawasaki Versys / 650R, and Buel XB9R/XB12R

The GP-1R Full system is available in eight applications, fitting a wide selection of the following models: Suzuki GSX-R 600/750/100, Yamaha R6, Kawasaki ZX-6R and, within the coming months, Honda CBR1000RR.

Jardine GP-1 Slip-On Details:

The GP-1 stainless steel slip-on exhausts give your streetbike a boost in the style and sound departments without breaking the bank. Getting rid of that bulky stock exhaust and cleaning up the lines of your sport bike with MotoGP styling dramatically improves the looks of your machine, all while shaving off some unnecessary weight compared to stock.

With polished stainless steel or brushed as well as black ceramic finishes to choose from, the GP-1 lineup has something for you. The serious sound emitted from the slip-on will make your presence known on the street, and a quiet insert is included.

The best part is installation is a breeze with these easy-to-install pipes – if you have a couple of wrenches and a screwdriver, you can install the GP-1.

Jardine GP-1R Full Exhaust Details:

Get head-turning results with Jardine’s GP1-R flawless Full System Exhaust. GP factory raceteam aesthetics make it look as though you’ve done hours of custom work and spent thousands on fabrication!

Each unit has custom fairing exhaust outlet that is styled to match each bike with a unique Jardine tip, and the pipe is made from Tig-welded, 304 stainless steel thin-wall tubing.The GP1-R also lowers the center of gravity for improved handling response and stability at speed.
The GP1-R exhaust system is anywhere from four to 10 pounds lighter than stock and gives a horsepower boost throughout the RPM range, with an aggressive sound that is sure to get noticed wherever you roam (a quiet insert is available).

Whether you’re looking for the ultimate on-track performance exhaust or something to make you stand out as you carve your favorite back road, the GP1-R offers the style, sound and performance you need.

For additional information, including specific exhaust applications, log onto Jardine Performance Products.

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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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