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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-14-2018, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Two New Options from Cone Engineering

We are pleased to announce that these will be available mid January.
The bullet and the martini.

Martini: https://www.ajcyclesny.com/product/c...-bobber-black/

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https://www.ajcyclesny.com/product/c...-bobber-black/




Pricing will be $549.99 for Brushed, $649.99 for black. Preorders available now!
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I'm sure everyone is going to want sound clips as soon as possible and I would like to see the end view.
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Videos on our website. But with the cat. Will have some shortly with x-pipe.
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They do look very similar to universal tulip exhausts, I fitted some tipped up ones while I waited for the goldies to arrive. Both are VERY cheap & loud.

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Similar look but much different construction. These are true bolt on, full stainless construction. Cone’s core business is exhaust components and black label exhausts for companies, they used to manufacture all of British Customs exhaust systems.
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Similar look but much different construction. .
Yes I can believe that, those tulips are just a shell nothing in them at all & F***ing ear splitting loud.
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I like the martini pipes. Would really like to see an option to tilt them upwards a bit. If the Cones or A and J rep is still watching this thread I was wondering if the martini pipe with the cat would require any remapping or is it plug and play? For that matter does the bullet require any mapping?
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I like the martini pipes. Would really like to see an option to tilt them upwards a bit. If the Cones or A and J rep is still watching this thread I was wondering if the martini pipe with the cat would require any remapping or is it plug and play? For that matter does the bullet require any mapping?
No remap will be required for either, we are installing our first pair on a Speedmaster this evening. Will post some pics and video. Quality is second to none on the market. These are now available for general sale.
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Although not for me personally,

More options the better, well done A&J.

I think long after we are gone chaps the Triumph Bobber will still be popular and spurn all sort of interesting builds.

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We are pleased to announce that these will be available mid January.
The bullet and the martini.
I like the look of the Martini and I'd be keen to see it with brushed headers but I wonder why it's not on their website?

https://www.coneeng.com/triumph_mufflers_2.html
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