Euro company. The Factory Yamaha GP bikes are running them. Interesting looking silencers on them. I haven't gotten any feedback from anyone I trust so at this point they are just any interesting oddity to me :)
Oh, now I remember where I heard them mentioned. A customer of mine in Belfast was talking about them.
I sent him the stock muffler from our test WR to see if it would fit his header (it does). He was saying if it didn't work, he was going to get an Arrow.
He called last week, said they had just held their first enduro since the Hoof and Mouth shutdown in January. Said it's been a long dry spell for the shops over there. If nobody's riding, nobody needs parts!
Arrow has been aroung for a long time.I had one on my 88 CR125 and it produced some serious top end.They seemed to dissapear from the MX scene for a long while and concentrate on road race.I think with the 4 strokes they are making a comeback.
I accept the mission, Obi-one...
BTW, it appears that the exhaust doesn't have a spark arrestor option.
I will have to fit a sparky screen into the end cap or make a new end cap to accept a spark arrestor.
Not a big deal, I would be very excited if it was quiet and well constructed.
It is on its way.
I was mistaken about the price.
499$ for a Ti silencer and stainless tubing.
200$ for their SS header.
Arrow has some interesting pictures on their website.
I tried to attach one but it was too big.
I was kinda wondering when you said a complete ti system for under $500.
Even using Russian titanium, which is cheap, the cost of building with the stuff is more expensive (than stainless) because it's more difficult to weld - especially the Russian stuff - more impurities.
Is a national holiday is Italy.
Gee, lets take the month off and go to the beach?
Anyway, Arrow is not answering the phones this month. The importer will keep me posted.
BTW, he gave me a deal because I said I was going to do a book report on it.