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Jardine GP1 Full Exhaust System Now Available for 2012 Honda Ruckus

 

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• Jardine Performance Products has released a new version of their GP1 Exhaust system for the 2012 Honda Ruckus scooter.
• The GP1 system for the 2012 Ruckus features the MotoGP inspired megaphone design with an integrated baffle to keep sound levels manageable.
• Stainless steel construction ensures long life and performance.

Corona, Calif. – August 1, 2012 – Jardine Performance Products has announced that their GP1 exhaust system is now available for the 2012 Honda Ruckus scooter.

The GP1 system replaces the Ruckus’s stock exhaust system with a MotoGP inspired megaphone-style exhaust that features an integrated high-flow muffler to allow the Ruckus’s 49cc engine to breathe freely. The improved exhaust flow will improve throttle response and grab a few extra miles per hour, all while giving your Ruckus the signature Jardine GP1 sound.

The GP1 exhaust system is constructed from high strength stainless steel at Jardine’s production facility in Corona, California to ensure the best build quality for long lasting performance. Each GP1 system includes detailed mounting instructions, and all of the necessary hardware for easy installation.

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05-12 Honda Ruckus GP1 Full Exhaust System
P/N: 18-1327-723-02
MSRP: $229.00

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COMMENTS:

  1. Kun
    Posted on: February 27, 2013 3:39 pm

    DO NOT REMOVE BAFFLES. Thats an idiot move, and will significantly rucdee the HP of the bike. If you want louder exhaust (which personally I think safety issues are a LAME reason for making a bike loud) BUY AFTERMARKET PIPES. If you are too cheap to do it the right way, then the risk of screwing up the bike is on you. You are still going to have to rejet the carb if you do any exhaust mods, but personally, if I were you, I’d keep it stock. The CX500 motors are bulletproof motors and will last a LONG time if you maintain them properly. Start modding them, and they wont last as long. I used to own one, and I had 110k on it before I sold it.