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Greasehouse GROWLER Performance Exhausts for Royal Enfield 650 Twins


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Slip-on exhaust end cans - Dyno tested with huge improvement of both torque and power( over 8 BHP).

Very pleasant on your ears even at over 100 kmph. With the full DB killer on it still sounds sweet without really attracting the attention of people looking for you within city limits !!

Comes with a combination of attachments which are DB killers and change the acoustics to enable you to choose the tone in minutes without having to get the exhaust out right from the loud hooligan mode to the entirely silent or anything in between.

Robust stainless steel body in brushed finish with aluminum ends.

Stainless steel mesh and baffles inside with high density ceramic wool insulation.

CNC machined aluminium end pieces with 4 levels of decibel options

Comes with all mounting hardware. Reduces weight considerably

*please note that there will be slight power variation based on the kind of attachments used, but in all modes is higher than stock

Designed and Manufactured by indiMotard's Greasehouse



Additional information

Weight4.5 kg


  1. BAQAR


    The performance improvement with this exhaust is tremendous. One has to ride at high speeds and high RPMs to truly appreciate the improvement offered by this exhaust. The next morning after getting the exhaust installed I did just that on an open highway and it was a thoroughly rewarding experience. Riding at speeds of 130-140 kmph felt much more effortless and smooth than with the stock exhaust. The power gain is immediately noticeable when you are riding at high speeds. To my surprise I found the engine felt much more refined and smooth at higher RPMS than stock exhaust. Overall in this short experience of mine I am super satisfied with this exhaust.


    The exhaust comes with the option of 4 different sound settings. When I got the exhaust installed, the exhaust was in “Prowl” mode, which is the second most quiet setting. After getting the exhaust installed I was a bit hesitant to open the throttle as I felt the sound was too loud at higher RPMs. But the next day as I just wanted to test the exhaust on an open highway, I opened the throttle fully and gradually the loudness of sound stopped bothering me.In fact cruising at speeds of 130 kmph, one hears more of the wind noise than the exhaust sound. After some time the exhaust settles down – so you don’t feel that much of the exhaust sound.
    Later I put the extended tip on the exhaust and that converts it into the “Quietest” mode. This is the mode I am now enjoying the most – as the sound is just too sweet in this mode without being irritating at all. I would recommend to use this mode if you are passing through restricted places like reserved forests etc. as you get almost all the performance gain of the exhaust without the loud noise.

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