The stock side-mounted exhaust has been replaced by dual pipes exiting under either sides of the seat for more grunt and sportier look
The TVS Apache RR310 has presented itself as one of the gorgeous looking motorcycles ever to have launched by an Indian brand in recent memory. It has elevated the homegrown brand’s status as a premium bike maker and is a hot topic among enthusiasts across the country. It is typical that when a new motorcycle gets introduced, private customisation firms would kick in and flaunt their magic.
Whether by new graphical design or performance mods, they would roll out their creations so quick to lure customers in no time. Verma Automotives, a bike modification company, has released a dual under-seat exhaust system for the TVS Apache RR 310 and it looks nothing short of impressive – adding another dimension to the visually attractive faired motorcycle.
The Chandigarh-based company has completely replaced the standard exhaust unit and fitted in custom Akrapovic replicas that split into two off the engine outlet. The video released by them goes on to show the aural thump the exhaust has added. There are two positive things about this exhaust: One is that it has a stunning visual presence and the other is the added grunt produced by the high-mounted unit.
However, we do not know if it is sealed effectively to prevent overheating of the components surrounding the exhaust. Moreover, it could be bothersome for the pillion if the exhaust outlet heats up more than normal. The customisation has removed the tyre hugger as well from the Apache RR310’s rear.
With the performance alteration it could have possibly impacted at is not known yet, other mechanical components remain identical as the standard model. The TVS Apache RR310 is priced at Rs. 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom) in some places and uses a 312.2 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled mill that also powers the upcoming BMW G310R. It produces a maximum power output of 34 PS at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque delivered at 7,700 rpm. The engine is paired to a six-speed transmission.