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post #21 of 30 Old 12-11-2012, 12:19 PM
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Whaaaaat D & D sounds and looks awesome. I get nothing but compliments. Quality is great.

Now on the 2 bro's, I agree
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Thanks for all helpful replies!

Really inclined toward Leo Vince from Super Bike Supply at the moment ...

Will you ship to Malta (EU) via standard registered airmail Brad?

I don't like the polished finish at all. I like sand blasted/matte finish. Is the Leo SS or Aluminium?

Also if I decide to add after market headers to the bike at a later stage will any of these fit? Thanks !
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the midpipe from leo is stainless steel. can material depends on what you buy.

if you want to do a full system on down the road, you will have to buy the full system without a can. the midpipe from the slip wont work with the full system.


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You need the "S" shaped mid pipe for back pressure.
The S-bend link pipe is shaped that way for exhaust length, not back pressure. I believe there was a thread debating this somewhere.

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This! I have an M4 slip on exhaust and it looks sexy and sounds just as sexy. All the sexy ladies that broke their neck as I passed by would concur.*
No, they broke their necks as they turned their heads trying to escape the racket from that pipe.

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No, they broke their necks as they turned their heads trying to escape the racket from that pipe.

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It's okay to be jealous.*
It's all good brah. I got a good price for the M4 slip-on I tried out for my K6.

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The S-bend link pipe is shaped that way for exhaust length, not back pressure. I believe there was a thread debating this :
So S bend pipe is not for back pressure?
Why everybody was saying i need S bend pipe for the lack of back pressure?
On mine,its a two bros, i dont have that S bend, and had the wooping sound on start ups, but now since i put the P1 X power tip, i dont have wooping sound, bike works just great.

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I am currently leaning towards the Leo Vince SBK or Leo Vince GP or the M4. I will definitely not going for a polished exhaust. I like matte SS/Al or carbon...

Another option that has really caught my eyes is the competition workes exhaust as seen here: http://www.xdcycle.com/discount-moto...ges/t_2049.jpg

Any experience with the competition workes?
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IMO Taylormade has the best looking slip-on exhaust hands down and has a really nice throaty sound
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post #30 of 30 Old 12-12-2012, 09:04 AM
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LOL so why were you bashing on the M4?
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It's all good brah. I got a good price for the M4 slip-on I tried out for my K6.

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