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Graves Titanium Header Honda CRF450L / RL / X 2019-2024

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This item is available as a Blem/Refurb. These are items that cannot be sold as "New" merchandise and are limited to stock on hand. See the product details for a description of the product's condition.

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This product is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway.

Graves Motorsports Titanium Header Honda CRF450L / CRF450RL / CRF450X 

Optional titanium headers for the Graves Slip-On Exhausts. A special pipe bending technique known as mandrel bending is used for all Graves exhausts to prevent wrinkles and ovalization of the exhaust pipes.


  • Aerospace grade titanium alloy
  • Machined joint fittings
  • Stainless exhaust port spigots
  • Billet hard anodized 7075T651 aluminum flanges
  • 0.8lbs lighter than OEM header
  • Made in USA

Note: For US models only. Does not have O2 port for non-US models. 

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This product is vehicle specific. Click here to select your vehicle to ensure fitment.

Fitment Notes & Exceptions
  • OEM heat shield must be discarded or modified to fit Graves header. 

This Product Fits:

CRF450L 2019, 2020
CRF450RL 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
CRF450X 2019-2024
Product Style Item # Store SKU Manufacturer Product # Availability
Product Style Titanium Item # 10164903 Store SKU Manufacturer Product # EPH-19C4X-HPT Availability In Stock: Ships in 2-3 business days
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