This Italian exhaust’s eye-catching appearance and ear-pleasing tones are turning heads

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A black motorcycle with a GPR exhaust.

“We have exhausts for more than 1,200 motorcycle and scooter models. We can anticipate what a motorcyclist wants.” — Dalia Rojas — Photo courtesy GPR Exhaust Systems

“Oooooo, it’s Italian!”

If you’ve been looking to soup up your motorcycle’s exhaust with a quality import, take a look at GPR Exhaust Systems’ Italian-made hardware.

“Italy is the home of engines and motorcycles,” said Dalia Rojas, owner of Sixty61, the exclusive North American distributor for GPR Exhaust Systems. “We have the largest fleet of accessories globally compared to the number of inhabitants. We have exhausts for more than 1,200 motorcycle and scooter models. We can anticipate what a motorcyclist wants.”

GPR Exhaust System is a leader in the aftermarket sector with distribution all over the world, providing exhausts for motorcycles that do not have many parts options, such as new motorcycles or imports.

“Some motorbikers are excited about the GPR exhausts because they could not find other options within the United States and Canada,” Rojas said. “Some want Italian quality and design. A Ducati owner may only want an Italian exhaust. Others, however, realize they will receive a quality exhaust because it is Italian.”

GPR is heavily involved in the elite world racing championships like MotoGP (in the Moto3 category) and the World Supersport Championship. The company is the leading supplier and sponsor of many famous riders such as Carlos Checa, Casey Stoner, Alex Barros and Makoto Tamada.

GPR’s exhaust systems are eco-friendly. The organization boasts a zero-carbon footprint by using the industry’s latest technologies in its world-class exhaust systems.

A gray and black GPR exhaust.

“When our customers install the Furore Nero, they immediately tell us how they love the sound.” — Dalia Rojas — Photo courtesy GPR Exhaust Systems

When it comes to GPR’s most popular model, the Furore Nero exhaust comes out in front.

“This is because it is louder and lighter than the stock exhaust, which is what most of our customers are looking for,” said Rojas. “It is also matte black, which appeals to most of our customers. We always recommend that our customers get the homologated version, including the removable DB Killer. This way our customers can decide how loud they want to go. If they want to go even louder, just remove the DB Killer.

“When our customers install the Furore Nero, they immediately tell us how they love the sound.”


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