- Full titanium construction with carbon fiber tip
- Dual titanium mufflers for a balanced look
- Aftermarket performance, well mannered sound
- Designed to meet SAE J2825 sound specifications
- Visually the same as the standard CT Series™
- World class craftsmanship, fit, and finish
- Total system weight is only 12.85 lbs.
- Great for everyday riding (noise reduction inserts available)
- 18mm O2 bung pre-installed
- Installation hardware and instructions included
- Includes (Emissions/PAIR) Block Off Cap and instructions for decel-pop reduction
- Includes Brock’s lifetime direct support package
At no additional charge
- Select from increased drivability/fuel mileage (pump gas) or race-proven (race fuel) track maps via our map support program
At no additional charge
Brock’s ‘best of the best’ under fairing exhaust system
The Brock’s Performance CT Series™ full titanium exhaust system is a direct result of incalculable hours of engineering/design work combined with real world performance testing. The entire exhaust system weighs as little as 8 1/4 lbs. and offers the highest power readings out of any of our under fairing (non-sidewinder) exhaust systems. The CT Series™ not only provides superb cornering clearance, but if you are a weekend drag racer, the system also provides unmatched ground clearance. If world class craftsmanship and quality as well as welds that look like ‘art’ are high on your list, then the Brock’s Performance CT Series™ full titanium exhaust system is for you.
CT Series™ QuietKore System
The CT Series™ QuietKore exhaust systems are a great option for those interested in aftermarket performance advantages without overly aggressive sound. Designed to meet SAE J2825 sound specifications.
*QuietKore vs. Standard CT Series™
Test System: CT Series Dual™
Test Bike: ZX-14R (2012)
Standard CT Series™:
- Idle: 90db
- 5000 RPM: 105db
CT Series™ QuietKore:
- Idle: 88db
- 5000 RPM: 100db
Testing results showed less than 1 HP loss with QuietKore
*Test results may vary depending on testing conditions & make/model of your motorcycle.
Note: The muffler will require a short break-in period to properly activate the resin used in the silencer. Allow the bike to heat up during idle to begin this process. At 130 degrees Celsius the wool used will expand, there will be a noticeable odor as well as smoke. When the smoke goes away the muffler is ready to go.