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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #10 on: 31 July, 2021, 09:56:43 AM
I installed a Delkovic 350mm stainless steel muffler and link pipe, to my 2018 Tiger Sport in August 2018 for the cost of $460 Australian dollars delivered. I have done over 30K kms since it has been installed and it still has a faultless finish other then some road grime which wiped off with a little Harpic. It has a great sound and is not loud when riding but it certainly lets you hear the triple cylinders when you are really pushing through the twisties. I am sure you can purchase the unit a lot cheaper in the UK then I did in Australia. Another to consider.
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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #11 on: 31 July, 2021, 10:21:40 AM
*Originally Posted by Kev51 [+]
I installed a Delkovic 350mm stainless steel muffler and link pipe, to my 2018 Tiger Sport in August 2018 for the cost of $460 Australian dollars delivered. I have done over 30K kms since it has been installed and it still has a faultless finish other then some road grime which wiped off with a little Harpic. It has a great sound and is not loud when riding but it certainly lets you hear the triple cylinders when you are really pushing through the twisties. I am sure you can purchase the unit a lot cheaper in the UK then I did in Australia. Another to consider.
Kev

I know a boy got one on his TS, lot lighter, sounds good & not too loud. I fitted one to my Yam trail bike May '18, sounds good, lighter & 1/3 price of oem, no prob's.
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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #12 on: 14 August, 2021, 04:58:31 PM
*Originally Posted by Beardie [+]
Aye aye
Looking to upgrade my exhaust. Want something that sounds better than the origonal but wont do my head in at motorway/cruising speeds. As usual thanks in advance for any info 🤟🤟

Not sure if this will help or if youíre still looking, I know this post was a few weeks ago now!

I bought mine from SP Engineering, great guys and worth the money. Defo different sound, but not something that will make your ears bleed either!

The do them in silver, black and carbon.

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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #13 on: 19 October, 2021, 10:04:55 AM
I went with the scorpion hexagon carbon high. It looks good. Sounds fantastic when you open the throttle and isnít over the top while cruising.
Price ainít too high as well

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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #14 on: 19 October, 2021, 12:20:35 PM
I've got the remus on mine - it is quite quiet but as I'm getting older that bothers me less.

Mine came with a certificate that the exhaust is Euro4 compliant which could come in handy with the restrictions in place in Germany and Austria - the baffle isn't removeable without a fair bit of surgery.

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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #15 on: 19 October, 2021, 04:52:05 PM
I had the REMUS on my 2017 Sport after a first generation SC PROJECT. Currently the latest SC PROJECT high titanium on my 2020 Sport.
The last is the best in build quality and comes with Euro4 and TUV certification. But surprise...it is also the loudest with db-killer in place.
Always do the 12 minute adaptation reset after installing a new exhaust.
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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #16 on: 19 October, 2021, 05:09:21 PM
Shiny one ^^^ looks best imo, look better a tad shorter. Black'ns look cheap'n nasty.
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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #17 on: 20 October, 2021, 03:05:02 PM
You could always DIY.   
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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #18 on: 22 October, 2021, 11:29:51 AM
Another Delkevic fan on my 07. 304 stainless, nice welds, mellow sound. Amazing value compared to Arrow/Akropovic, etc.

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Re: Exhuast advice
Reply #19 on: 25 October, 2021, 01:26:12 PM
*Originally Posted by dave_a [+]
Another Delkevic fan on my 07. 304 stainless, nice welds, mellow sound. Amazing value compared to Arrow/Akropovic, etc.

I saw the vids for the Delkevic one but messaged them and they donít do any exhausts for the later version sadly. So I ended up with SP Engineering.

I like it but others donít! If I had the choice Iíd have gone arrow but they were asking for 700 plus, wasnít happening!

 



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