TEC FLANK 2-1 Tailpipe – Scrambler 1200 XE/XC
TEC designed and manufactured – 304 Stainless 2-1 tailpipe & silencer system.
Produced for the Scrambler 1200cc XE/XC.
Massive 66.6% weight saving over stock – go from 6.6kg down to 2.2kg!
This system has been designed to increase gas flow, reduce backed-up air, and cool down the cat. So in most cases it is not required to remove the cat or fit an H pipe.
With the Flank installed on a cat front pipe it produces more torque and power (and volume) than fitting an H pipe with the stock silencers.
Sounds fantastic, but not too loud with our specially developed hi-flow baffle system. Watch the video below for an idea of sound (but best heard in person).
Silencer ends before the rear shocks, giving a much cleaner look to the back end.
The rear heat shield can now be mounted in 2 positions for improved passenger heat protection. This retains the factory-finish heat shields while achieving a meaner, more aggressive style.
Provides better throttle response & gives improved mid-range torque.
Removable baffle system with alternate types available.
Lifetime warranty on your pipework with 12 month warranty on silencer.
All parts including clamps are included in the kit with video instructions to fit to your bike.
Full after care and technical back up from a trusted UK family company.
Designed to perform with or without our other tuning parts for the 1200cc motors.
Works with standard ECU and no re-mapping is required. As these 1200 HP motors are well known for poor low speed lumpiness and stalling due to weak fuelling, we do recommend using a Booster Plug for improved throttle pick up and low speed running. See our Booster Plug listing for more info and video.
Fits up to 2020 models only. 2021 models onward use new front pipes.
Very nice and easy to assemble.
Sound decided but not exaggerated.
More progressive engine.
Very good. Highly recommend
Also did a decat and fitted a DNA Air Filter. More power, less weight and awesome sound.
Well made. Easy install. Pretty good.
I used the tailpipe with and without the spark arrester. Both options have a really great sound, not too loud, and obviously a bit quieter with the spark arrester. Installation was easy with the help of the very good Youtube video. I am not sure about any power increase, but it felt like there was some, particularly after letting the MCU reset itself (start the engine without any throttle, let it run until the fan kicks in, and then for another 20 minutes). I really love this exhaust.
Unfortunately, the heat on the right leg, just behind the catalytic converter, did not decrease much (which was my major goal). Just for others to know: I even wrapped the catalytic converter and the pipes behind it in TEC heat wrap, but the converter still radiated a lot of heat. I think though it was less hot without the spark arrester. To make it clear, this is nothing bad about the tailpipe. It's the bad design of the exhaust system of the Triumph Scrambler bikes. A de-cat might help here, but I did not want to get this far.