Vfr800 vtec exhaust

3letters

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#21
Just been doing a bit of looking and actually the Scorpions have just scored a point. I can't see a stainless steel option with Leo Vince but Scorpion do. And I can deal direct with factory, it's about 10 miles up the road. Takes them about a week to fabricate. Decisions, decisions :)
 

ETO

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#22
The Leo Vince is stainless but the Outer cover is aluminium! I must admit I do like the scorpion in carbon

Let me know if you get one
 

3letters

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#29
Right, my LeoVince system arrived this week while I was working away. First impression is this is nicely made tasty kit. I'm going to be busy this weekend but I plan on getting a K & N filter and getting it all fitted soon as. I will report back how it works out in the field as it were. One small but important to me detail: I almost didn't buy this system as I wasn't too keen on the great big LeoVince graphic on the side of the can, as seen on the supplier website. Worry not, it's a sticker. The cans arrived with just a tasteful LV emblem embossed into the cone on the end of the can. Looking forward to hearing them. :)
 

Bumpkin

Formerly VFRChas
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#30
Right, my LeoVince system arrived this week while I was working away. First impression is this is nicely made tasty kit. I'm going to be busy this weekend but I plan on getting a K & N filter and getting it all fitted soon as. I will report back how it works out in the field as it were. One small but important to me detail: I almost didn't buy this system as I wasn't too keen on the great big LeoVince graphic on the side of the can, as seen on the supplier website. Worry not, it's a sticker. The cans arrived with just a tasteful LV emblem embossed into the cone on the end of the can. Looking forward to hearing them. :)
If I were getting some cans the LeoVince ones would be it. Had wondered about the awful looking logos myself, thanks for clearing that up.
 

3letters

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#33
Well, it's on. Still got some tidying and alignment to sort out, but no problems fitting it. Sounds pretty much stock with the db killers in, nice rasp with them out, but if you want LOUD, maybe look elsewhere. Delkevic perhaps. Bit of a bind preparing the bike as I've got Givi racks on it, but only problem was a sheared clamp bolt on the link pipe.




 

SAS68

Registered User
#35
I've got the same Leo Vince system as 3 Letters. Purchased from an Ebay dealer for quite a bit less than the local importer who was out of stock anyway. Sounds good. I also have the factory panniers but no problem there.

Some of the systems only have one active can. The other side is a dummy with no pipe going to it.
 
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Cognito

Registered User
#36
This post is a bit aged now, but just in case someone is interested down the track. I did the mod on the original cans its got a great deep throaty sound + you can escape the noise if you want on a long run just by dropping the revs. It also removed a very slight flat spot at about 5000-5500 rpm. But it sounds great when you drop down and open her up.
p.s you will need to know a great welder to complete the process.
 
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