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The newly launched Ducati DesertX is now able to be fitted with SC-Project’s Rally Raid Muffler.

  • SC-Project Rally Raid Muffler exhaust are now available for Ducati’s DesertX.
  • the aftermarket exhaust adds 1.5 and 1.2Nm.

The Italian exhaust specialist has introduced the aftermarket pipe for Ducat’s new adventure motorcycle which was previously seen on the Yamaha Tenere 700.

The Rally Raid Muffler will provide some performance benefits while maintaining the DesertX Euro5 emission standard.

According to the firm, the new exhaust system not only adds 1.5hp and 1.2Nm to the DesertX but it also helps to reduced 1.5kg of weight thanks to the titanium construction.

“The Rally Raid muffler is the result of SC-Project experience during the most extreme off-road competitions.

“All the technical solutions applied on this product [have] been tested all over the world during very long distance trips in the most several conditions, both on road and especially off road use,” said SC-Project.

SC-Project will continue to supply exhaust for the Aprilia MotoGP team until 2024 after agreeing on a two-year extension.

  • SC-Project supplied Aprilia’s RS-GP exhaust system since 2021.
  • The Italian company becomes Aprilia’s Official Technical Partner. 

Aprilia and SC-Project partnership began in 2021 with the Italian manufacturer developing the exhausts for Aprilia’s RS-GP machine.

Since then, Aprilia took its first MotoGP podium in 2021 before claiming the maiden MotoGP race win in 2022 and is currently fighting for the World Championship with Aleix Espargaro.

That said, SC-Project has become an integral part of Aprilia’s climb to world championship glory.

“A solid and ambitious project like ours needs partners who share our same values.

“The one with SC-Project is a natural bond: two great Italian companies, technological leaders in their segments, with a sporty and innovative DNA.

“This is why we are proud to announce the continuation of our relationship, a path of common growth that, I have no doubt, will lead Made in Italy to excel on tracks all over the world,” said Aprilia Racing CEO Massimo Rivola.

Also, the two-year extension will now see SC-Project become the Official Technical Partner of Aprilia MotoGP. The SC-Project exhaust will be found in Aprilia’s production race bike department, including the RS660 Trofeo and the RS250 SP.

Meanwhile, Aprilia Racing Technical Director Romano Albesiano is relishing the extended partnership.

“The exhaust system is a key element of our new V4 engine, which is proving to be one of the most competitive in MotoGP.

This is also thanks to the technical synergy with SC-Project, a dynamic and competent company with whom we have established a profitable relationship. In a championship where it is the details that make the real difference, it is essential to be able to count on a supplier that has the technology and expertise to contribute to the development of our RS-GP project,” he said.

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Aprilia has rolled back in business ever since introducing the 660cc parallel-twin with the 270-degree crank engine.

The new platform delivers a high power range and an exciting engine sound than your typical parallel-twin.

Aprilia’s RS 660 and the Tuono 660 is the Italian company’s first two bikes to harness the new power mill, which is followed by the upcoming Tuareg 660.

Nevertheless, to accompany the 100hp capable engine, renowned exhaust manufacturer SC Project has developed a full-system exhaust for the Tuono 660.

Inspired by the race-oriented exhaust found on Aprilia’s RS 660 Trofeo range, the SC1-R offers a similar design but is homologated for Euro 5 compliance.

The exhaust is equipped with a catalytic converter, carbon-fibre end-cap and carbon-fibre heat shield.

According to SC Project, the exhaust has been designed to deliver better sound while keeping things legal in emission and noise.

Yamaha best-selling model to date, the MT-07, was given an extensive upgrade for 2021, including a new bodywork and a revised 689cc parallel-twin motor.

Thanks to a 270-degree crankshaft, the MT-07 delivers a similar exhaust note of a V-Twin configuration. This also resulted in owners seeking aftermarket exhaust to amplify the sound and increase power delivery.

Italian exhaust manufacturer SC-Project has just introduced a new Euro5 compliant SC1-S full system for the 2021 MT-07.

Interestingly, while SC-Project has a reputation for producing a downright obnoxious exhaust sound, the SC1-S offers just the right balance between socially acceptable and loud.

According to the company, the SC1-S uses a two-into-one arrangement mated to a slip-on exhaust at the end.

Frankly, not only does the exhaust look sleek, but it also increases the overall ‘badass’ element of the MT-07 compared to the stock underbelly exhaust. More importantly, it sounds better than the stock, especially at a higher rev range.

Moving on to the price, the new SC1-S is available for USD1,733 (RM7.1k).


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