HKS Reduced Exhaust System Prices

HKS LEGAMAX GC8

At a time when many manufacturers are increasing prices, HKS has determined that lowering prices on exhaust systems will help strengthen the brand in North America. The newly reduced prices are applicable to the Hi-Power, Racing, Ti-Carbon, Sport, Turbo, and Legamax systems – providing the opportunity for younger enthusiasts to purchase the same high-quality performance made-in-Japan exhaust systems used by successful race teams and builders around the world.

For more information, go to www.hksusa.com and www.motovicity.com.

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