Cone Engineering Shorty Performer Mufflers for Water-Cooled Twins

$459.99$609.99

Simple DIY slip-on design using basic hand tools.  Available in finishes to match your OEM header pipes or high-temp satin black for a custom look:

  • Bonneville T100 & T120 offered in mirror-finish polished stainless steel or optional black
  • Street Twin & Street Cup offered in wire brushed stainless steel or optional black
  • Thruxton offered in mirror-finish polished stainless steel or optional black
  • Thruxton-R offered in wire brushed stainless steel or optional black

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Description

Cone Engineering Shorty Performer Mufflers for Water-Cooled Twins

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Look

Now available for all the new water-cooled Triumph family.  Thruxton, Thruxton R, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120, Street Twin & Street Cup.  Smaller and more compact that OEM or our longer Dominator series.

The cone has a maximum diameter of 3.75″ and a large 2″ opening on the reverse cone.  A lot of mufflers with large outlets have a “hollow” sound, but with our unique double-step rifled perforated core you still get a tight solid tone!

Fit

Fits the original equipment Triumph headers and catalytic converter.  The muffler mounting bracket attaches to the REAR of the stock passenger foot peg support, using an included spacer that replaces the stock rubber rear peg insert.  Can be used with stock passenger pegs or with foot peg block offs kits.  Muffler kit includes clamps, sealant, and spacers.  Stock kickstand stops are still in place on frame and header, no changes needed there.  Since stock cats remain in place, no re-tuning should be required. Not Compatible with center stand.

Finish

Finish matches your OEM headers.  Available in either Bright Polished (T100, T120 or standard Thruxton 1200), Brushed Finish (Street Twin or Thruxton R), or black ceramic (optional order all models).

Sound

Even with the minimal size of these mufflers, you don’t get an excessively loud sound due to catalytic converters remaining in place.  They are slightly louder and more aggressive than our Dominator Sport mufflers fitted to the same motorcycles

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