The banana with more “oomph”! The SIP Road Banane has more torque and also a noticeable power increase compared to the more usual bananas. The additionally supplied exhaust down-tube manifold enables an exhaust belonging to the elite class of tuning options.
The, for the large frame, principle of additional manifolds has been adapted to the small frame exhausts. The enlarged cylinder exhaust port manifold connects ideally with the rest of the expansion chamber system. This offers both rideability and a more ideal gear change operation. The sound is agreeably decent offering itself for town and everyday use. Tours and even longer journeys are also possible. The exhaust is initially produced completely ready for use and not later cut open and re-welded.
Conclusion: A racing exhaust system identical in appearance to the original and produced using minimal construction tolerances, finished to an outstanding quality. Improved power and torque, heat resistant paint.
Racing exhaust / steel construction / left-hand exit
Steel, partly black, partyl chromed, exactly fitting, incl. manifold
Carburettor jetting and ignition timing should be checked and/or altered
SIP-TIP: The use of larger jets in your carburettor is a necessary upgrade when using tuning exhausts. A 125cc to 130cc cylinder is also advised in combination with a larger carburettor (19 to 25mm).
SIP customer Sascha: "Setup: V50 with 133DR, 2/86 primary, Polini reed valve, 19/19 carb, 100mj 50aj, Malossi air filter, Polini banana. I tested the SIP Road and liked it a lot. Performance across the whole power band and definitely more powerful than the Polini banana. Very pleasant sound, similar to that of the ET3 /Sito banana."