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When a new bike is introduced in the market, Arrow normally decides to design an after-market exhaust for that bike. Also, Arrow can also decide to fit a new product (new materials, new shape and the like) to an existing bike or to improve a range with the exhaust fitting an older vehicle. 
In either case, the after-market exhaust system is normally designed directly on the bike/scooter/moped. The bike (in most cases completely original) is placed on a stand in one of the working stations available in the R&D and they start thinking (discussing?) on the best layout of the exhaust. The design is then transferred to a physical sample, thanks to the experience and knowledge of R&D technicians and engineers: the prototype is made piece after piece, using common parts, off-the-shelf parts and new parts made to fit that vehicle.
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