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    Re: Slip-on options

    Quote Originally Posted by r25sti View Post
    mine and the missis, ive got 2 options on the carbon heat shield, not sure which to stick with.





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    Re: Slip-on options

    lol, not had them running or riding together yet. mines only been run once and maddys one just had first service.450 miles so far. waiting for dry day to get them out together, will let you know.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    I’ve just ordered an arrow pro race titanium slip on for mine. From videos I’ve seen, it makes a great sound with the baffle out

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Quote Originally Posted by Cupracing View Post
    I’ve just ordered an arrow pro race titanium slip on for mine. From videos I’ve seen, it makes a great sound with the baffle out
    Stick some pictures and videos up when it’s done


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    Re: Slip-on options

    I installed the arrow pro race today with the baffle out obvs. It sounds really good now, with loads of pops and bangs on the overrun and a nice tone but not too loud to my ears. Sounds similar to the BMW M cars actually. Only thing I’m on sure on is if running with the baffle out reduces power.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Quote Originally Posted by Cupracing View Post
    I installed the arrow pro race today with the baffle out obvs. It sounds really good now, with loads of pops and bangs on the overrun and a nice tone but not too loud to my ears. Sounds similar to the BMW M cars actually. Only thing I’m on sure on is if running with the baffle out reduces power.
    Might be wrong but I imagine that the cat’s the main restriction, so just changing the can’s unlikely to affect it either with or without the baffle. Can’t say I’ve noticed any difference with my Akra stubby.

    Have you modded to open the exhaust valve or just left the servo and cabling operating normally? as I believe it makes a big difference to the muffled sound of a race can.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    I've had RaceFit and Austin Racing on my s1000rr, Drained power completely, Bare in mind I did de-cat it. After remap it was running 178bhp. I chose to scrap the stubby and get a Akra Evo full SS system. 188bhp on the dyno after the change.

    That being said. Will get a SC Project CR-T on my next bike for sure. Love the look/sound and can take the loss of power.

    This is my 15 with Austin Racing de-cat

    Last edited by Felix; 30th December 2020 at 06:41 PM.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Be cool to see some pics of the other slip-ons on the bikes. My Akrapovic deal fell through so i am going to go for an SC Project next then match it up to a header later on.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Sure I will get some pics tomorrow

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Here’s mine:

    2020 BMW S1000RR Sport with Performance Pack (Current)
    2020 Triumph Bonneville T100 (Current)
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