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Kawasaki Ninja 400 (EX400G) Vandemon Stainless Steel Exh Titanium Muffler 2018-2021

  • $990.00 AUD

Kawasaki Ninja 400 Vandemon Stainless Steel/ Titanium Exhaust 2018-2021

 Kawasaki Ninja 400 all Stainless Steel headers utilising a carbon fibre tipped all-titanium muffler. The complete system is much lighter than the OEM steel exhaust and the resulting reduction in weight noticeably improves directional changes in handling along with improved acceleration and reduced stopping distances. Varying tapered mid-pipe tube dimensions make for a noticeable increase in Mid-Range torque as well as peak Hp and that unmistakable Vandemon sound


The surface finish is natural brushed, which when after one ride changes to all colours of the rainbow with the added advantage over stainless steel that titanium won't stain, corrode or ever need polishing as titanium has a very high acid and salt resistance as well as dissipates heat twice as fast as steel.


We at Vandemon use a closely guarded welding process that welds both sides of each joint which makes for ultrasonically perfect welds.


The muffler is equipped with a removable silencer, which when used doesn't require remapping of your ECU, as any slight alterations to fueling will be managed by the OEM mapping, however, when the silencer is not used, tuning to suit is recommended by a competent technician. 

  • Material: Headers Stainless Steel
  • Material: Muffler Ti1 Titanium 
  • Surface finish: Polished Headers Brushed Muffler
  • Weight: 5.4kg
  • Production years: 2018 to 2021
  • O2 sensor provision 18 x 1.5mm 
  • Removable Silencer
  • Application: Street or Track

Shipping Australia Wide including international shipping to the United Kingdom, United States, European Union, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Canada, New Zealand and India. Please note respective shipping rates apply.

IMPORTANT! Vandemon Exhaust systems are designed for performance and modest sound improvements. We at Vandemon do not try to meet noise emission standards because simply the end results would be no different than what your OEM exhaust can already achieve. Check with your country's governing body regarding noise emission standards rules and regulations.