Motorcycle exhaust Scalvini Husqvarna and Ktm minicross 85

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Motorcycle exhaust Scalvini Racing Husqvarna | Ktm

SCALVINI KTM 85 SX (13-17)



Scalvini artisan motorcycle exhausts for 2-stroke engines

SCALVINI KTM 85 SX (13-17)



Expansion without silencer. It mounts with original silencer.


Scalvini Racing exhausts arise from the merger of the Scarov research department with the Scalvini Racing team.

They are designed, tested and handcrafted specifically for each motorcycle model using the most advanced welding techniques and the best materials!

All Scalvini Racing exhausts for two-stroke engines are NOT approved!

Expansion and silencer are sold SEPARATELY for each exhaust. The Scalvini silencer and expansion can be mounted individually as they are perfectly interchangeable with the original components. In the case of several available silencers, an abbreviation relating to the configuration is shown:

- Alu-Steel: Aluminum silencer with steel end cap

- Alu-Carb: Aluminum silencer with carbon end cap

- Carb-Carb: Carbon silencer with Carbon end cap


This product is specific to the model indicated in the title.

We pay close attention to the correctness of the applications to avoid annoying problems and waste of time during assembly. We guarantee the correct application of the component at our expense!

In the event that the product does not mount correctly, we will collect the product and replace or refund it entirely at our expense.

ATTENTION: The products are guaranteed compatible only with the respective original contour components and refer to motorcycles without special equipment (SIX DAYS, special versions etc.).

In the event of modifications, non-original components or incorrect motorcycle vintages, the standard return conditions will be applied, which can be consulted in the conditions of sale section. In these cases, returns of assembled and / or unpacked products will not be accepted in any way, even if they are not compatible.


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