For the new 2011-2014 version of the ZX-10R, SC-Project has created a special cone-shaped de-cat collector completely made out of titanium, which, used in combination with the already excellent standard collectors, notably increases performance by around 5.5 hp at average speeds and hugely increases torque at all stages of power delivery. The weight of the exhaust is down from 6.8 kg in the original exhaust to only 2.5 kg in the SC-Project GP M2 exhaust through the sole and exclusive use of carbon and titanium fibres both for the connector and for the silencer and the exhaust strap, which is also made of carbon.
The special cone-shaped titanium collector has a 52>60 mm conic shape and, when used in conjunction with the GP M2 silencer (made out of carbon fibre with caps and exhaust pipe in titanium with visible welding), allows the standard exhaust of the new Ninja to be transformed into a complete system for all intents and purposes. With its racing-style looks, the GP M2 silencer is the replica of the exhaust used in the Moto2 World Championship by the JiR Team with driver Alex De Angelis.
Supplied in a racing version, not type-approved for road use. The collector comes equipped with housing for the original Lambda sensor