Remus Stainless Header
Part Number: 101088004-010
If you truly want to save weight and achieve an optimum
performance curve, you can go far with the header
• Performance gain nearly over the entire rpm range and much higher peak performance (a performance enhancement of up to 14 HP and 10 NM can be achieved with a free-flowing sport exhaust system plus the PerformanceController)
• Low weight as it has no catalytic converter or balance pipe.
• Strong sound (approx. 5 dB more).
• Optimized exhaust gas flow.
• With provision to bolt the oxygen sensor in (no modifications of vehicle).
• Easy to install.
• Extremely strong system from satin-finish V4A stainless steel.
• Matched to original, Remus and Wunderlich silencers, but other aftermarket silencers fit as well.
• On the 2010 and later version, the header is designed such that the original exhaust flap valve is retained
Because the performance-reducing catalytic converter is removed, the vehicle can also be driven with “leaded” fuel.
For all R1200 GS and Adventure models.
Please Note: NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA.
Sorry, but we cannot ship this part to California! No exceptions!
This item fits the following BMW bike models:
Average Customer Rating: (Based on 2 reviews)
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|This product bolted up very well, and is quite well built. I did however have some difficulty getting the mid pipe and slip on lined up well. I can only assume the header is just a bit off because when I tried to fit my stock muffler just to test location, it was a ways from bolting up. A great improvement in power for the bike when coupled with the tuner and slip on! Great sound, not raspy nor too loud.|
|Wow , just wow. I have been reading about the performance benefits of a Remus header on the R12 generation bikes but this is really noticeable beyond my expectations. It is well made, light and has larger diameter tubing. I am using the stock canister right now because I was afraid it will be too loud but I hear it makes them only moderately louder but deeper sounding ƒº with Hex Cans and their flex baffle deal. Perhaps I will ¡§spring¡¨ for that in march.|