RE Himalayan Termignoni exhaust has been introduced; improves power and torque output.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Termignoni Exhaust
Rough-road capabilities of the RE Himalayan will remain unaffected with the Termignoni exhaust

Termignoni is easily amongst the well-known brands when it comes to motorcycle exhausts. The Italian company has now introduced a slip-on racing exhaust for the Royal Enfield Himalayan labelled as the RE0109440IIB. The stainless steel has an upswept design and is lighter than the stock end-can by 2 kgs. The Himalayan is available in two variants – Standard and Sleet. The former comes at a price of Rs. 1.68 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai) while the latter commands a premium of roughly Rs. 3700/- over it.

The racing exhaust system comes as a full kit which comprises of the silencer, aluminium spacer, washer silent block, spacer silent block, self-locking nut, metal clamp along with the required screws and washers. In Europe, the price for this Termignoni exhaust system is 370 Euros which makes it a couple of hundreds shy of the Rs. 30,000/- mark in Indian currency. That said, the Himalayan is the only RE bike to now have a dedicated Termignoni exhaust setup.

The Himalayan is powered by a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, fuel injected LS410 engine that comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. With the Termignoni exhaust on, the power output increases by 0.81 HP while peak torque goes up by 1.65 Nm. Released by Termignoni, these figures have been measured at the wheel and the bike’s resultant power and torque output is 24.1 HP and 31.9 Nm respectively. As per the official graph released by the company, this performance bump isn’t concentrated in the top-end but spread majorly in the low-end and mid-range of the RPM band.

RE Himalayan Termignoni Exhaust

– Termignoni introduces racing exhaust for RE Himalayan
– Priced at 370 Euros (approx. Rs. 30,000/-) in Europe
– Improves power by 0.81 HP and torque by 1.65 Nm

Royal Enfield Himalayan Exhaust
The silencer gets a metallic logo on its conical sleeve
RE Himalayan Power Torque Graph
The power and torque figures after addition of racing exhaust have been measured at the rear wheel