Shotgun Slip On Exhaust for Street Scrambler


British Customs Shotgun Exhaust for Street Scrambler

The Shotgun Exhaust Exhaust for Street Scrambler is based on the original Shotgun Exhaust was designed and tested in collaboration with Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex of Freestyle Empire. United by a love of all things two-wheeled, these two have taken the new Shotgun Exhaust through its pace and it came through with flying colors. A high-performance, minimalist exhaust system for the Triumph Street Scrambler. Give your Scrambler the performance it craves and deserves.

  • Designed and Tested by Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Significant power boost
  • Minimal styling resulting in weight savings

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    Part Number Model Fitment
    2017+ Triumph Street Scrambler

    Included Components:

      • Shotgun Exhausts
      • (2) Mounting Brackets
      • Hardware

      Q: Do you have installation instructions for this part?

      A: Yes, we have developed a step by step Install Guide to assist in the home installation of this part. You can download the guide here. The Install Guide will also be emailed to you when your order ships.  

        Q: Do I need to remap after I install these pipes?

        A: Due to Triumph "Self Learning ECU" a Re-Map is not required. However, for additional Mapping flexibility we recommend that you purchase and install a DynoJet Power Commander V. With this unit installed you can upload a custom MAP developed by DynoJet for our Exhaust products. These MAPs are available here.

        Q: What's so good about Stainless Steel compared to Chrome? 
        A: We stick to Stainless Steel as it's a lot stronger than chrome, requires less shining whereas chrome can be difficult to keep clean as it shows less scratches/dents than chromium plating, & has a higher resistance to rusting

        Q: Are these hollow?
        A: No, these slip ons will have a louver core baffle for optimal backpressure resulting in more performance. Also, no need to repack your baffles!