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Cobra USA Offers Exhausts for Star Stryker

Friday, May 6, 2011
Cobra four-inch slip-ons for Star Stryker
Cobra Engineering is one of the first to come out with aftermarket pipes for the 2011 Star Stryker. Cobra's got both a four-inch slip-on muffler (above) as well as four full exhaust systems like the Dragsters (below). Star Stryker with Cobra Drag Pipes
Cobra Engineering announced it has released four new full exhaust systems for the Star Stryker as well as a new 4-inch slip-on muffler body. These systems will allow the 1300cc engine to come alive with the right V-Twin sound. In addition to the exhausts Cobra has also released a full line of accessories to dress up this latest custom from the Star brand. Those can be seen at www.cobrausa.com.

Said Tim McCool, Cobra Engineering President, “This bike has a lot of potential and we felt it deserved a large offering of exhaust systems that looked great, but also enhanced the performance of the bike, and each one of these Cobra systems does just that. Each has a great sound, outstanding performance and a great price for the value. Especially when you consider the limited lifetime warranty that comes with these systems.”

Tri-Pro 2-into-1
Leading the way is Cobra’s latest Tri-Pro 2-into-1 system. This exhaust increases the overall performance of the bike (especially when used in conjuction with Cobra’s PowrFlo Air Intake system and the appropriate Fi2000 fuel Tuner), and gives it a powerful sound. And it does this while meeting the MIC/SAE J2825 sound standard. The head pipes utilize 222-degree wrap around heat shields that connect in the junction area with Cobra’s unique collector heat shield.

The muffler body begins as a round shape at the collector then morphs into it’s tri-oval shape at the rear. The body, has proprietary internal construction that prevents it from blueing, and the baffling system keeps the sound down to a reasonable level. It’s then capped with a scalloped profile, tri-oval shaped aluminum dual-port tip.

Swept Speedster
For riders looking for a more custom look, the Swept Speedsters fill the bill. The flowing lines of this best selling system echo the graceful top-lines of the bike, and the full-length heat shields lend them a seamless mercurial flow from the exhaust ports to their radial slash-cut tips. Though this looks like a custom exhaust, it is truly a performance system. That’s due to the Cobra PowrPort located just before the muffler body that enables these Swepts to show performance gains similar to a 2-into-1 system, while retaining that more traditional twin-pipe style.

Speedster Slashdowns
This exhaust system has become one of the most popular for cruising motorcycles and for good reason. Traditional looks, outstanding performance and features like its full-length heat shields and chromed billet tips make it the leader in its category. The Cobra PowrPort improves exhaust gas scavaging for overall performance gains throughout the entire power range.

Dragsters
The Dragster exhaust system is an elemental offering that hearkens back to the early days of motorcycle performance exhausts. Pure straight lines, simple installation and a crisp clean sound. Though Cobra Dragsters sport a stripped-down look, this system also has full-length heat shields and chromed billet tips to polish off any rough edges. Traditional styling mixes perfectly with modern engineering and state-of the art manufacturing techniques.

Four-inch Slip-on Muffler
For those who are looking for better sound and great style for their Stryker, Cobra offers a new slip-on muffler. Simple installation and low entry price of $239.95 makes this a tough muffler to beat. From its large aluminum scalloped tip to the unique collector heat shield that cleanly mates the muffler to the stock head pipes, this slip-on not only looks great, but it also improves low and mid-range performance.

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07hog   July 2, 2014 01:21 PM
Be careful, I purchased a Cobra Fi2000 tuner for my Road King and during the installation my ECM fried. Cobra says it's not their fault and has refused my requests for a refund and reimbursement for damages. I'm out almost $1000 in all and have lost my trust in Cobra USA entirely. My 2 cents... In the end, its about what companies you trust with your money... There are many good choices out there so do some shopping and talk with the vendor before you buy. If their policies limit their support levels, go elsewhere and Let them know when do. THX G.