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Scorpion Serket Taper Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 650 / ER-6N
It may not be the end of the world, but it could be for the competition as Scorpion Red Power has recently launched the latest technology in slip-on pipes to the US market. The world leading UK exhaust company have set another benchmark in the industry by introducing a revolutionary composite material into the design of its new end cap. The high tech material came from the “Formula One” racing industry and offers a unique look and feel while withstanding excessive temperatures. As with all Scorpion products the design is bike specific and that means no re-mapping of the bike is necessary, combined with its lifetime guarantee and improvements in power, the “Serket” is THE pipe to invest in for your bike.
- Multi composite aerospace ‘claw contoured’ outlet
- Machined collar mounting joints ‘spring retained’
- CNC machined aluminum mounting brackets
- Multi Facet taper technology
- Lifetime warranty
- No repacking
- No re-jetting
- Crash damage guarantee
- Fit and Ride
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- ER-6F 2012, 2013, 2014
- ER-6n 2012, 2013, 2014
- Ninja 650 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- Ninja 650 ABS 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
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Reviews & Questions
Instructions, well there are none. Just a diagram. Definitely install the black bracket to the exhaust first, before installing the system onto your bike. If you do that, then installation should be fairly simple from there.
I had a little rattle noise after installation. I figured out it was the double ended flute (one of the baffles, the one that is only accessible if you take apart the exhaust). I double checked to make sure I had it installed correctly before removing it and it was installed the correct way. I ended up just removing the double ended flute and that took care of the rattle noise. I did not want to take any chances flipping the double ended flute around and having it still rattle. I also eventually ended up removing the other baffle (accessible from outside) as well.
Other than those minor problems I have been very satisfied with the exhaust. You tube sound clips do it no justice in person.
The carbon fibre finish looks beautiful and looks great on the bike. The sound of the exhaust is amazing and much better than most of the other pipes I heard on the 650. With the baffles off you can be sure to wake up the neighbourhood. Sounds really sweet across the rev range.
Gets a full thumbs up from my side. Good work Scorpion.
The exhaust is well made, but it does not come with instructions. It does come with a diagram that shows what part goes where, but it doesn't tell you in what order to install them. The one issue I had with the diagram is that it had a mistake. It shows the S-shaped diagram being installed on the rider's right-hand side of a bracket, but this causes the exhaust to sit only 2 mm from the rear tire. When I changed it so that it was mounted on the other side, the exhaust moved over and ended up positioned exactly where it should be.
As for not telling you in what order the parts should be installed, if I had to do it over again, I would probably install the black exhaust bracket on the exhaust before mounting it to the motorcycle.
I keep the db-killer installed and enjoy the sound. It's louder enough to be heard, but not so bad that I can ride without ear plugs and enjoy it.
My 2013 Ninja 650 has a very slight deceleration pop once in a while. It doesn't happen often enough, but I plugged the PAIR valve and installed a Power Commander V (I decided to install the PCV at the same time as I plugged the PAIR valve so I wouldn't have to take my bike apart twice). I suggest riding it without mods first to see if the rare decel pop annoys you enough, and if it does, try doing the PAIR valve only. Note that decel popping is usually normal but you don't hear it when using a stock exhaust (the PAIR valve introduces air to promote the popping and burning of fuel).
All in all, if you are after the loudest exhaust on this bike, don't choose this exhaust. You will be disappointed. If you are after looks and finish then this will definately please you.