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Italian company Arrow now have a full system and a range of cans for the N400 out now:
https://www.arrow.it/en/assembled/1570
I'm curious how much less the titanium systems weighs compared to the stainless steel setup.

I have an Arrow 2-into-1 full system on my Triumph Scrambler (also a parallel twin but over twice the size at 865 cc's). The build quality, sound, and performance are all fantastic.... but Arrow products certainly aren't inexpensive.

Great to see some options hitting the market already for the N400!
 

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I don't suppose there are any videos online of how that Arrow system sounds on the 400? I'm assuming that with that price tag there will be some noticeable gains? Surprised to see this many kits for the 400 so early into its release.
 

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Italian company Arrow now have a full system and a range of cans for the N400 out now:
https://www.arrow.it/en/assembled/1570


Full system a bit pricey at $1300 but they are known for turning out a quality product.
https://motostarz.com/collections/k...-full-exhaust-systems-2018-kawasaki-ninja-400

Header pipe only:
https://motostarz.com/products/arrow-racing-collectors-headers-ss-2018-kawasaki-ninja-400
Really $1300 for an exhaust on a bike that cost $5500? Thats 1/4 of the price. I would have to see some fantastic power gains to even consider spending that much for a full system. The header pipe alone is a different story as I can put my own tip of choice on it. Thanks.
 

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I have ordered the Arrow RaceTech «alu dark» for 370$ (reception in 2 weeks )






I hope the Sound will be great,
It’s only the silencer, fitting with Euro4 engine restriction


Here on the Ninja300 :

 

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Love the carbon fibre tip and it sounds pretty good on the 300. Definitely think that the full system is priced a little aggressively for an entry level bike.
 

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@EoraneBzh Definitely let us know how you like the exhaust and if it sounds amazing.

I'm not interested in any power gains and I just want a better looking and better sounding slip on. I also cannot justify spending $1000+ on a full system exhaust unless price/money was not a factor.
 

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@EoraneBzh Exhaust looks good and like Kawasushi, how about another video. I want to hear how loud it is without the db killer. Does the slip on require a power commander or ECU remap since the bikes run lean?
 

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The Arrow Pro-Race Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki seems to be one of the cheaper slip on options that are currently available. I watched this video clip last week. It's hard to tell from the sound quality but it seems better than the stock IMO. Looks wise, I think it's ok looking.

I know looks and sounds are subjective, what do you think?

 
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I saw a guy on a group ride last week with the arow exhaust and my exhaust sounded a lot better, will upload a video of it soon :)
 

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So cool!

The db killer reduces the bass drastically.
 
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