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Jardine RT-5 Released for Various Sportbikes

Jardine RT-5 Released for Various Sportbikes
Jardine RT-5 on a CBR1000RR

Jardine RT-5

SupeTrapp Industries has released a new exhaust for various sportbikes – the RT-5.

The RT-5 slip-ons and systems (MSRP starts at $449) provide sport bike riders a traditional look, plus great performance and durability that is truly race inspired.

The RT-5 exhaust features a lightweight, cool-wedge design, and saves at least 2 lbs. over stock. The RT-5 also provides additional horsepower.

Installation is quick and easy, and the Jardine RT-5 is available in Carbon, Titanium and Polished Aluminum.

The new Jardine exhaust fits a variety of BMW (S1000RR), Buell (1190RX), Honda (CBR), Kawasaki (Ninja), Suzuki (GSX-R), Triumph (Daytona) and Yamaha (YZF) sportbikes.

For additional information, visit JardineProducts.com.

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