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Exhaust Systems
by Ted Verrill

Staintune

This stainless steel product is widely respected as the best aftermarket exhaust for the K11 series BMW. Comes in both touring and sport models.
Installation: Difficult
Need: With the early K100 bikes the exhaust had a habit of cracking. Improvements have largely made the K11 series exhaust more durable so aftermarket systems are generally as a performance upgrade. (Note, problems with K11 exhaust header bolts coming loose.)
Cost: $700 to $1,000
Return Policy: Dealer Dependent.
Staintune Exhaust Systems
Australia

For further information, please call CBT Imports at (800) 782-4686

Keihan Systems

Little is know about Keihan, and it appears they currently do NOT carry pipes for the K-Series bikes.
Installation: N/A
Need: N/A
Cost: N/A
Return Policy: N/A
Keihan Exhaust Systems
Carried by Darwin Motors, California.
http://www.darwinmotors.com/keihan/

Luftmeister

Luftmeister has earned both an excellent reputation for products and a less than excellent reputation for availability and customer support.
Installation:  Difficult
Need: As a performance upgrade.
Cost: $800 and up.
Return Policy: Dealer Dependent.
Luftmeister
(Last Known Information)
2725 Seaboard
Lane Long Beach, CA 90805

Remus Systems

Remus is a new player on the scene but is quickly gaining a following..
Installation:  Difficult
Need: As a performance upgrade.
Cost: $800 and up.
Return Policy: Dealer Dependent.
Remus Exhaust Systems
Carried by MaxMoto, http://www.maxmoto.com

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