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Akrapovic Slip-On Line for Honda Crosstourer

Honda Crosstourer Akrapovic Exhaust

The Adventure motorcycle segment moves on in the shape of Honda’s 2012 Crosstourer. In the space of five months, the new V4-powered, 1237cc Honda has received excellent reviews for integrating sport-like riding qualities in a comfortable, upright riding position.

Designed to thrill on any type of road, or length of journey, the Crosstourer has proven to be a very capable machine.

Complementing Honda’s renowned motorcycle engineering is difficult, but Akrapovic has managed to do just that with its new Slip-On Line replacement exhaust muffler for the new Crosstourer. This new addition to the wide and ever increasing range of Akrapovic products delivers increased engine performance, reduced power-to-weight ratio and enhances the sport nature of the Crosstourer with its race-like styling.

2012 Honda Crosstourer Akrapovic Slip-On Line Muffler Highlights:

  • Titanium muffler outer sleeve
  • Heat resistant carbon end cap
  • EC Type approved
  • 6HP peak increase over standard exhaust
  • Stainless steel link pipework
  • Removable noise reduction insert
  • Weight reduction of 2.4kg over standard exhaust muffler
  • Carbon composite racing-style mounting bracket

The silencer’s unique design and construction means weight reduction against the stock system and performance increase. As with all Akrapovic systems, service kits are available. Full assembly instructions included.

For additional information, log onto akrapovic.com.

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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