Verma Automotives, a motorcycle customisation house based out of Chandigarh has come up with a custom dual under-seat exhaust unit for the TVS Apache RR 310.
The stock exhaust looks bulky, and has a civil note. The folks from Verma Automotives have removed the stock unit and have installed a one-to-two custom Akrapovic replica units. From the video, it is evident that the new system adds punch to the exhaust note. However, it is unclear whether the end-cans have enough insulation to prevent the surrounding parts from overheating. Though this modification sacrifices practicality, it does look and sound cool. It is unknown whether the exhaust makes any changes to the engine performance. The bike misses out on the rear tyre-hugger as well.
Also Read: TVS Apache RR 310 – First ride review
The TVS Apache RR 310 is currently the brand’s flagship performance motorcycle. It is also TVS’ first fully faired bike. The front fascia is armed with Bi-LED headlamps, and a tall windscreen at the top. The indicators and tail light are LED as well. The vertical instrumentation is a multifunctional digital unit.
The stock TVS Apache RR 310 employs a 312.2 cc single cylinder DOHC mill with liquid cooling and fuel injection. The powerplant generates 34 PS at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm at 7,700 rpm. The engine works in tandem with a 6-speed transmission. The bike can reach speeds of up to 160 kmph (claimed).
TVS retails the bike at INR 2.05 lakhs, ex-showroom. The price varies from state to state, and the bike is available in Racing Red and Racing Black. The only faired rival in its price segment is the KTM RC 390.