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Jardine GP1-R for Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki Superbikes

Jardine Releases GP1-R for Various Superbikes

SuperTrapp Industries has released its Jardine GP1-R for various Sportbikes, including the Honda CBR, Kawasaki Ninja, Suzuki GSX-R, and the Yamaha YZF-R models.

The GP1-R full system (MSRP starts at $1,099) features MotoGP styling that makes the motorcycles look, sound and perform like a full-on racer.

The Jardine GP1-R provides impressive horsepower gains, and weighs 4 – 10 lbs. less than stock. The legendary race sound also can be quieted down with a Quiet Insert.

The Jardine GP1-R arrives with an underframe design that lowers the center of gravity for improved handling. The custom fairing outlet and unique Jardine tip is styled to match each bike.

For additional information, log onto JardineProducts.com.

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