BMW R nineT owners looking to customize their bike will discover that aftermarket exhaust manufacturer MIVV is spot on, with its extensive, appealing and technically faultless bike-specific range.The choice of silencers, finishes and positioning, which consolidate the cafe racer soul of this naked are each equally alluring.Moreover, to the celebration of this prestigious German manufacturer’s 90th anniversary, championed by the Nine T, MIVV adds yet another factor to the appeal of this muscular and essential motorcycle, destined to be huge hit.For that matter, visitors eyes were riveted to the Nine T at the most recent trade exhibitions (Intermot, EICMA, Motor Bike Expo…). Part of its appeal is the customization potential, which immediately fired up the aftermarket sector. This is mainly thanks to the frame that allows each owner multiple personalization options.MIVV has fully embraced the philosophy that links the Nine T to the cafe racer style (the high-riding twin X-Cone is unrivalled), forging a series of aftermarket alternatives to the production exhaust, providing a strong visual impact but also ‘communicating’ with the powerful boxer engine to provide increased performance.For a greater insight of the commitment of the Italian brand, let’s examine the range more closely, much more than alternative exhausts as it foresees different installation heights and high quality finishes.MIVV’s NINE T RANGE- 4 options with a standard position exhaust (production low-mounted) using the SPEED EDGE and SOUNO exhausts with stainless steel finish and carbon endcaps or the Steel Black finish,- 3 upswept positions (the kit includes a specific ‘S’ manifold featuring a carbon heat-resistant carter) for the SUONO exhaust in two finishes, and with a twin X-CONE PLUS in a total black version using a specially formulated paint finish also for the manifold.For all options (including the production exhaust), MIVV’s “Cat eliminator” accessory can be mounted.The look goes without words. As far as performance is concerned, bench test data measured in the MIVV R&D department (which can be downloaded from www.mivv.it) shows a significant increase along the whole range of engine output even with a street-legal exhaust (without removing the dB-killer).
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