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    KTM RC 125/390 2017-2020 Carbon GP with Remote Sound Control

    Price: $179.00
    Sale: $125.30

    The new Danmoto Remote Sound Control System (Patent Pending) allows you to adjust the noise level of your exhaust system while you're riding.

    Our Carbon GP mufflers perform nicely, look and sound great and also help you to drop a lot of weight of your bike.

    But the great sound is sometimes a little bit too much.

    Maybe you use your bike to commute, leave home early in the morning and you don't want to disturb your neighbors...

    Or you want a louder exhaust when you're riding on the twisties, but a more quiet sound when you're driving in the city.

    There are many situations where a loud exhaust might be not appropriate, but you also don't want to drive around with a quiet muffler all the time.

    Normally that would require exchanging your exhaust or installing/removing a baffle every time you want to change the sound level of your bike.

    Our new RSC System allows you to do so during you're riding.

    This Carbon GP muffler has been equipped with the RSC, which means it has 2 internal baffles, which are stepless adjustable in position.

    The two baffles are linked and controlled by an adjuster wheel, which is on a separate hand control unit.

    The hand control and the exhaust system are linked by a bowden cable.

    Please see the video below for an in depth explanation about how the system works.

    The exhaust system is build to the same standard as the normal Carbon GP.

    It as a real 12K Carbon Fiber sleeve with a high gloss finish, but also an internal aluminum shielding for a long lifetime.

    The mid pipe, endcaps and the complete baffle system of the exhaust are all made of 304 Stainless Steel.

    The hand control unit is CNC cut Billet aluminum.

    One muffler weights about 1.3kg. This is a massive weight reduction compared against the stock muffler.

    Installation of this exhaust requires no fuelling adjustments/tuning.

    If you want to see/hear the exhaust on the bike, please visit YouTube and search for "Danmoto";.
    Hundreds of happy customers uploaded videos of our exhausts on their bikes.

    1 Set =
    1 Muffler,
    1 Mid pipe,
    1 Hand control unit with Bowden Cable
    Mounting hardware (like pictured)


    1) How does this exhaust sound?

    The exhaust sounds the same as our standard Carbon GP, when the baffle is fully open.
    Have a look on youtube for "Danmoto Carbon GP"; to see and hear videos of this exhaust on the bike.
    When you close the baffle it tones down the exhaust, comparable as it would do it when you install a removable baffle/DB Killer.

    You can adjust the baffle to anywhere from Fully Open to Fully closed. It's stepless adjustable.

    2) How does it affect performance if i close the baffle?

    The exhaust offers a good performance increase over stock, when you run it in "Open"; mode. The more you close the baffle, the more you also reduce the flow and increase pressure in the exhaust.

    When fully closed you still get a performance result comparable to the stock exhaust.

    3) How long is the Bowden Cable?

    The cable is 2m long. That's rather long, in order to give you full flexibility in choosing a mounting position.

    If that's too long for the position you have chosen you can route the cable in a circle behind the fairing or under the fuel tank.
    It is also possible to shorten the lower end of the cable and to install a screw on nipple (only suggested for experienced mechanics)

    NOTE: This item is NOT in stock in our Reno Location. US Orders will also be shipped from our secondary warehouse in Asia.

    This product is intended to be used only on racing vehicles on closed courses, and not for use on roads or vehicles otherwise subject to emission control requirements (including non-racing ATVs, Dirt bikes, and UTVs).

    • Model:
    • Shipping Weight: 2.3lbs
    • 9999 Units in Stock
    • Manufactured by: DANMOTO

    This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 March, 2019.