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Kawasaki Ninja ZH2 Vandemon Polished Titanium Exhaust System 2021-22

  • $3,490.00 AUD

Kawasaki Ninja ZH2 Vandemon Polished Titanium Exhaust System 2021-22

You can now choose a full titanium exhaust for your ZH2 in the same appearance as the legendary exotic H2R. Made from the highest quality materials using state of the art manufacturing processes, which enable beautiful welds and a perfect fit every time. This polished finish version transforms to a bright iridescent blue, purple & gold colour beginning at the engine headers after only one heat cycle.

Custom made headers that are unique only to the ZH2 coupled to our H2R muffler make for an exhaust system that sets it apart from everything else for performance appearance and sound at only 4.5Kg shaving off 9.9kg.

  • Material Japanese Ti1 Titanium Polished
  • Tube Wall Thickness 1.2mm
  • Muffler ID H2R spec 69mm
  • Gas Tight 2.2mm CNC Titanium Slip Joints
  • Exhaust Flange plates CNC Aluminium 
  • Welding Process Precision Tig 100% Penetration 
  • O2 sensor provisions 12 x 1.25 & 18 x 1.5mm
  • Total Weight 4.5kg (saving 9.9kg)
  • Noise Baffle In 107db Baffle Out 120Db
  • Application: Street & Track (won't Meet Emission Standards)
  • Power No Tune +11% @ 10,150rpm 
  • Torque No Tune +5% @ 8500rpm


Due to its strength, weight and corrosion quality, 's Titanium is found in the most demanding applications on Aircraft airframes, jet engine compressor blades and ducting, deep-sea saltwater vessels, steam turbine blades, rocket motor cases and F1 and MotoGP


  • Very light, Increased power/weight ratio
  • Won't corrode or change colour from exposure to water
  • Never need polishing like stainless steel & aluminium
  • Dissipate Heat twice as fast as Stainless Steel
  • Won't distort or oxidise at High Temperatures


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