The exhaust system offered by MIVV for the 2007 Triumph Tiger has been recently launched and it didn’t disappoint. Being composed of an oval silencer with Stainless Steel, Titanium, or Carbon cover, and aisi 304 stainless steel conical connecting pipe to the original manifolds, the system is easy to be fitted and ready to deliver the best of performance. The conical form of connecting tubes was specially developed, in order to gain the best performances both of torque and high power.

Of course that the system is homologated for road use, otherwise it wouldn’t address to this motorcycle, but (I don’t know if I should mention this) it features an extractable dB-killer which seriously increases the sound level and the zeros on your speeding ticket.

A proud owner of a Tiger expects from a performance exhaust significant increases of power and low weight so this is was priority at MIVV. They ended up with an exhaust system delivering, in all its three oval versions, 11 more (117, 01 HP instead of 106, 01 HP) horses and weighing three times less (4.41 pounds instead of 13.23 pounds) than the original system.

A slight disadvantage would be its dimensions but the Tiger isn’t quite a pocket bike so it was most likely designed to correspond with the bike’s dimensions.

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