Constructed in stainless steel, TYGA Performance combine modern technology and traditional techniques to bring you the best in two stroke chamber design. With the help of advance computer software, and extensive dyno and track testing, we are able to design the optimum chambers for your model motorcycle. Chamber sections are laser cut but this is where the automation ends. All chambers are hand rolled and welded by expert craftsmen to give the level of perfection that you’d expect when purchasing a TYGA Performance exhaust system. By selecting stainless steel for longevity and beauty, TYGA systems offer unbeatable value and are available in two configurations.
side by side (left and right exiting) stainless steel chambers, EXCS-0009
GP (conventional twin right exiting) stainless steel chambers, EXCS-0010
New! Tyga Performance RGV250 exhausts are now supplied with a double ‘O’ ring manifold for superior sealing. In addition, the ‘O’ rings are made from Viton which are resistant to automotive fluids and better able to withstand higher temperatures.
The graph showing the power output of an RGV250. This independent test was conducted in the UK by Triple MMM Racing and compares the TYGA Performance EXCS-0010 stainless steel GP system, to a stock Suzuki system.
This product EXCS-0009 is made from stainless steel and has one chamber exiting left and one chamber exiting on the right.
Parts included with this product:
1 x left side chamber, side by side (left exiting) stainless steel
1 x right side chamber, side by side (right exiting) stainless steel
2 x silencer single clamps and mounting bolts, washers and nuts
2 x manifolds
4 x manifold ‘O’ rings
2 x mounting flanges
4 x mounting springs
Not included are the silencers.
Important! To complete your Tyga exhaust system remember to order 2 silencers with every chamber set.
As is the case with any power upgrade, it is important that you make adjustments to the carburation as necessary. You will need to adjust your bike’s settings according to your ambient condition. If in doubt, start with a rich setting across the range, and lean off as required. Failure to correctly set up the carburation could result in engine damage.