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June 30, 2015, 01:12:42 PM on

Offline TigerT (OP)

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I have gone from a Steamer to a Girly and now an XRX, what a bike, a superb machine. I can't fault it, except it's far too quiet!!
Any tips for a decent can that fits well, looks good, and hopefully not something that needs remapping.
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I have a personal liking for the Zard Penta Carbons from previous experience. They will run fine with the stock tune but the TOR (local dealer should eb able to do that at the next service) does make a slight difference.

The principle reason for using these (or so I tell myself  :augie ) was so that I could modify the Motech racks for equal spacing side to side but the sound is  :love10 just don't take the DB killer out if you want to hang on to your rear right flasher  :icon_redface: the sound is plenty good with it in anyway.
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I have gone from a Steamer to a Girly and now an XRX, what a bike, a superb machine. I can't fault it, except it's far too quiet!!
Any tips for a decent can that fits well, looks good, and hopefully not something that needs remapping.

If you want value for money, look at LeoVince.
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August 20, 2015, 12:43:48 AMReply #3 on

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Mine came with a Yoshimura pipe that sounds wonderful when you're gettin' after it, but a bit raspy for the daily commute.

November 01, 2015, 09:29:56 AMReply #4 on

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I'm running a scorpion serket parallel
excellent exhaust no remap  :thumbsup
they have a fixed fitting point not a slipring
not overly noisy with baffle in
haven't tried baffle out
oh and if you havn't already found it
wealth of info on there
http://www.tiger800.co.uk


cheers vince  :occasion14
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