Slinky Glide develop EXUP and SET cables

Slinky Glide SET cable for Suzuki GSX-R 1000 2010The first four stroke power valve device appeared on the Yamaha FZR EXUP (EXhaust Ultimate Power valve), constantly adjusting the internal diameter of the exhaust system to match the engine speed.

EXUP (and later, Suzuki SET) valves are controlled with exhaust valve push and pull cables, which until now were only available from the original equipment manufacturer… at a premium price.

Aware of the popular demand for reasonably priced replacement EXUP (or SET) cables for the aftermarket, Slinky Glide can now supply good quality, affordable replacements.

Slinky Glide EXUP cable for Yamaha YZF-R1 2008

Slinky Glide EXUP cable for Yamaha YZF-R1 2008

Slinky Glide Quality and Feedback

Since launch in 2011 the Slinky Glide range has had astoundingly good feedback as good quality replacements in a market full of lesser quality patterns. Made in Europe, all Slinky Glide cables are made to match OE (original equipment) standards, and are pre-oiled with a dust and frost resistant compound. To extend life even further, a polyimide coating between the inner and outer cable reduces friction during use.

Range of cables for motorcycles, scooters and quads

Slinky Glide make the following cables:

  • Brake cables,
  • Choke cables,
  • Clutch cables,
  • Speedometer cables,
  • Tachometer cables,
  • Throttle cables (push, pull, or combined cables),
  • and now, exhaust valve cables (push, pull or combined)

Slinky Glide EXUP cable for Yamaha YZF-R1 2003

The combined EXUP cable on a Yamaha R1 is almost £100 from a Yamaha dealer. The Slinky Glide recommended retail price is only £34.96 (correct at date of publication 11.02.2013)

The range is constantly developing, so check back soon!

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