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Thread: M109R exhaust

  1. #1
    Blubyu Guest

    Exclamation M109R exhaust

    Has anyone installed these/ brand on an M109R ?
    Style ? Part# ?


  2. #2
    bschultz Guest


    We do not offer an application for the M109 at this time.

  3. #3
    himms Guest


    Found a set of SuperTrapps on a M109R. Must be a custom application???
    The site is in German (I think) so I'm not sure what they are implying, if anything.

    Here's a vid........

    from the vid you'll get this

    Once you get into the site, on the left side you'll see a catagory on the left that says Kit's & Teile, then scroll down and select Suzuki M 1800, then select Auspuff.

    Any info would be greatly appreciated.


  4. #4
    bschultz Guest


    The mufflers are our Universal Polished S/C Elites. Since it's a custom build I'm assuming the headpipes are custom, Delta should be able to confirm that. The end-caps are not ours either.
    You can find SuperTrapp Universals being used all over the world, being adapted by creative builders. European and Asian websites and magazines have been riddled with such applications for years.

  5. #5
    himms Guest


    Thanks for the reply. Are there plans for an M109R application??


  6. #6
    bschultz Guest


    The M109 is on a very long to-do list.

  7. #7
    himms Guest


    Quote Originally Posted by bschultz View Post
    The M109 is on a very long to-do list.

    Thanks for the info!! I will be patiently waiting.

  8. #8
    bschultz Guest


    Update; developement of a system or slip-ons for the M109 has been sidelined due to the location of the catalytic converter on the bikes OEM exhaust.

  9. #9
    HyperPete Guest

    Thumbs up

    There are some 2 into one systems being made with SuperTrapps. I personally LOVE mine!

    2008 M109R, McCoy SuperTrapp exhaust, BigAir intakes, Power Commander, ATRE.

    I make 117 HP at the wheel with 110 Torque. (A "happy" dyno had me at 120 HP before I dyno tuned it and picked up 6 HP in the tuning process.)
    Last edited by HyperPete; 01-30-2010 at 05:47 PM.

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Blackfoot, ID


    Nice work and nice tune! That's a 5.4% increase in horsepower.

    I did a custom setup on my ZX-9r too using a universal. I haven't dyno'ed it yet, but based on feel and throttle response, I'd say she's somewhere up in the 3%-4% range.

    In the picture I cannot see where the muffler's retainer brackets are attached. Don't want that thing coming loose/off while you're out enjoying a ride.

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