TEC RAIDER 2-1 Stainless Exhaust System – Speed Twin 1200cc and Thruxton 1200cc models
TEC designed and manufactured 304 Stainless 2-1 full exhaust system.
Produced for the Speed Twin 1200cc and Thruxton 1200cc models from 2016 onward.
This system has been designed to de-cat your bike. Having no cat means it runs much cooler.
Save loads of weight on the stock pipes.
Sound fantastic, but not too loud with our specially developed hi-flow baffle system. Watch videos for an idea of sound but best heard in person.
Provides better throttle response.
Enhances the classic look of these bikes.
Pipes follow the frame lines and are styled around the exhausts fitted to 1960’s Bonneville. Clean lines and bends are tucked in really tight to the motor.
Helps to hide the radiator.
Gives better mid range torque.
Improved output right across the rev range.
Works with standard ECU and no re-mapping is required.
Removable baffle system with alternate types available. However, we recommend running with one of our baffle options installed or you can shorten the life of the system.
Lifetime warranty on your pipework with 12 month warranty on silencer (same as OE Triumph).
All parts including gaskets are included in the kit with full instructions to fit to your bike.
Full after care and technical back up from a trusted UK family company.
We recommend that you run the bike with the baffle fitted as running without can shorten the life of the system.
Designed to perform with or without our other tuning parts for the 1200cc motors.
Euro 5 – You must run with a baffle in on Euro 5 bikes
Purchased this in the US, installed it myself without mishap and decided to run it with the baffle removed. I then moved to Germany and brought it with me. Bikes here must have a maximum dB of 95 to pass the inspection. Well, measured at 20 inches away at a 45 degree angle from the tip of the exhaust while the engine was cranked to 50% (about 3500rpm) this exhaust registered between 89-94 dB. Did they intentionally design it this way?
This exhaust is fantastic. Maybe I'm childish for wanting a brash hooligan retro roadster, but when you rev it up hard or really push it under load the bike snarls and barks exactly how I hoped it would. Good job TEC!
great exhaust system..great value. cracking sound..really can't fault the service, or the exhaust...
many thanks tecbike
Excellent exhaust for the money, welded standard silencer pipes are not a real problem to remove as long as you take your time. The tech exhaust takes a little bit of fiddling to line up on the bike but looks and sounds brilliant with the baffles in , much closer to my classic bsa road rocket, especially once past 4 thousand revs.All considered 5 stars.
Looks good Feals like the engine is breathing like it should and you do notice the difference in the weight 👍
I installed this exhaust on a 2021 Speed Twin. What an experience. I had already watched the exhaust removal on You Tube and thought it wouldn't be too bad. How wrong I was when during the removal process I discovered that Triumph has welded the rear exhaust pipes to the cat box. I almost gave up but decided to keep going. You have to completely remove the left side frame rail and leave it dangling to the rear. There are a lot of bolts to remove and you need to separate the heat shield from the cat box. You will have to have the bike on a paddock stand and the higher off the ground the better. Put some rags on the frame to prevent scratching. With a lot of wiggling you will get it out on the left side by moving the left rear pipe around under the bike. You will have to bend the hanger inwards on the right rear pipe. Not much though. You will also need a Torx 55 impact socket driver to undo the frame to engine bolt. I believe it will be impossible to fit an X pipe cat eliminator so I am glad I didn't go that route. Anyway the new exhaust was quite reasonable to fit. Takes a little bit of juggling but if you follow the instructions you will be fine. Just make sure the left exhaust pipe stays seated in the crossover pipe otherwise it will leak. I love the look of the exhaust and have only started it a couple of times with the baffle in and it sounds good. Off for a ride tomorrow.