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    Superbike Twin deej's Avatar
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    Best pipe?

    What end can would be best for my 2000 mille R? There is sooooo much choice,just looking on flee bay leo's,Acro's then the aprilia racing ones caught my eye..

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    I like the sound of the Leo's, but then I am a little biased .

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    A can is a can

    For me top two are Akrapovic and LeoVince, there is realy no diference between this two, I have a Leo can, its cheaper. Aprilia Ti is for race use only and In my opinion is realy too loud, had this one to and sold it becaus of this.

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    I got an Aprilia Ti one yesterday and it's ****ing loud, been making me a bit self conscious :/

    Really light, looks great, sounds great, but LOUD

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    i have a carbon trioval akro off a zx10 brand new with custom lead up
    love the sound with more modern look than ti

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    Akrapovic titanium race - not road legal or the Arrow Titanium road legal remove baffle can are amongst the most popular.

    The Aprilia Ti cans are made by Arrow and are excellent though not road legal

    Failing that look at Leo Vince, Mivv Titanium or Remus cans

    As for the rest it's up to you
    Last edited by LEGS; August 19th, 2009 at 02:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasbike View Post
    i have a carbon trioval akro off a zx10 brand new with custom lead up
    love the sound with more modern look than ti
    Hi Jasbike

    Running the same pipe as well I think (check my garage), how is the single side carbon holding up?

    Where abouts in OZ are you mate??

    Cheers Pete

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    I've got a carbon tipped Beowulf on my 2000.....looks good, great quality and friendly local company (well for me anyway!)...sounds great although maybe a tad loud for some tastes!

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    Running the Aprilia Ti also i rekon it sounds just right ....
    Last edited by AusRSV; August 19th, 2009 at 03:25 AM.

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    Arrow Twin Shotguns nothing sounds like them

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    Just fitted twin Gianellis and have to admit they sound so good.



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    I have these for sale "Full Renegage Race System.Oval cans which unbolt so you can re-pack with ease...if anyone is interested".....looking for 450, they will even come with a set of boyler made carbon hangers

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    Quote Originally Posted by AusRSV View Post
    Running the Aprilia Ti also i rekon it sounds just right ....
    Don't get me wrong, I think it sounds fantastic, I just feel a bit guilty riding down my street, but I've heard people on here say it's not as noisy from the roadside as it feels on the bike... hmm.

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    Quite like the Aprilia Ti ones, Don't care about noise really we don't have MOT's over here and the rozzers all have race cans on their bikes too(not police bikes LOL). I have limited funds so i'll have to search flee bay...

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    Mine has a MiVV GP. It's all about personal taste but I think it looks great, sounds great and is light and well built. I don't like the twin can setups (no offence to those of you with twin cans), they look too bulky to me, but like I say, that's just my taste.

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    I too never really liked the twin cans until I heard Smiffys, they sound awesome and at that price they should get snapped up pretty damn quick.

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    Yeah.... i like the twin can set up but can't afford 450 notes!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PardonTheWai View Post
    I got an Aprilia Ti one yesterday and it's ****ing loud, been making me a bit self conscious :/

    Really light, looks great, sounds great, but LOUD
    Theres a reason why your Ti can is really light, but LOUD.
    There will be next to no packing in it.
    If you tap it with your knuckle it will sound empty.
    I opened mine and there was a thin wad of packing which had went hard wrapped in fine mesh inside and outside held together with staples.

    The outer of my can used to get so hot you couldnt touch it, but now ive re-packed it i can keep hold of the outer without getting burned.
    Re-packing also added a surprising ammount of weight.

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    Devil, devil, devil.................awesome noise ! ! !

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    I have the aprilia Ti and i have been told it is loud but to me sounds great (on a 2000 rsvr) std can for mot.

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