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    Quote Originally Posted by RSV_Ecosse View Post
    Dont have any baffles with my Blueflame m8, no...bit yeah, it does have the link pipe and alloy hanger
    sound mate,you have pm sir.

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    Hi RSV,

    I've recently fitted them to my Tuono. Nice and easy to fit, just had to move my rear indicators a tad. You might find you keep melting your right boot. I did so I bought a shield to fit. Problem solved.
    I don't know if it's because the exhausts are closer to my ears but it definitely sounds louder now.

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    Cheers BoB.

    The shield you speak of, where did you get that from?.

    What's involved in fitting these?. The seller says he has full instructions with the system. I am assuming its just a case of removing the standard can and offering up the link pipe then fitting both sides end cans?. Where did you have to move your indicators to?

    Got any pics of yours, BoB?

    Ta.

    Gaz.
    Last edited by RSV_Ecosse; May 10th, 2008 at 02:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSV_Ecosse View Post
    Cheers BoB.

    The shield you speak of, where did you get that from?.

    What's involved in fitting these?. The seller says he has full instructions with the system. I am assuming its just a case of removing the standard can and offering up the link pipe then fitting both sides end cans?. Where did you have to move your indicators to?

    Got any pics of yours, BoB?

    Ta.

    Gaz.
    Hi Gaz, PM me your email address and I'll send you piccies which show how I moved my indicators and I'll explain how I did it. I'll also send you a close up of the shield I bought. I bought 2 so if you like it I'll let you have the spare (unused) one at a reasonable price.
    It is just a case of removing the existing link pipe then fitting the double one - straight swap. The cans are bolted underneath the bobbins under the rear seat.
    Does your kit include the extra spacers for the rear foot pegs?

    Peter

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    Cheers Peter.

    Will PM you my email address.

    That info would be handy.

    I have no idea what else comes with the kit the seller is sending me. From the pictures on the eBay listing it looks like there is a little box with it with various bits and bobs in it, including the decibel killing baffles.

    Nice one on the offer of the shield, I might take you up on that if the kit turns up and there isn't one included.

    Also, what sort of "loudness" and noise are we talking here?. Having scoured the net, opinions vary from "OMFG!!!" loud to a nice deep bass tone and not overly loud?. I listened to the vid clip posted above but wondered what you guys thought about the loudness of your cans?.

    Sending you a PM now.

    Ta.

    Gaz.

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    Thanks for the pics so far m8, great stuff and will be a help when this lot arrives and I fit it.

    From the picture on the eBay ad, it looks like there is a heatshield of some sort already fitted?:-


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    Ive heard most of the cans for mille's apart from Tigs (never heard them), without baffles yours will be louder than Akra, Arrow are about the same as yours upto about 4500, thats when Arrows seem to peak out and the renegades keep going, awesome noise and they pop and rumble when ya close the throttle to slow down, ive never put my baffles in but think BoB has his in all the time, the reason i had mine made was because i loved the sound of Rs3milles Renegades and none were for sale at the time, it difficult to descibe a sound in words but if your looking for a loud deep rumble then ya got the right system mate

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    Cool.

    Would you say it was anywhere near "neighbour friendly"!!!??.

    I sometimes use the bike to commute to work on a dayshift and that means a 07:00am start.

    The Blueflame I have on it just now is loud and pretty deep toned, but when it's sat still just ticking over as I warm it up, it's not that much more noisy than the standard dustbin can.

    Just wondering if I am going to get away with starting this thing up in the morning without the neighbours lynching me.

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    Oh dear, ya neighbours aint gonna be loving you no more mate, i would say they will be 3 louder on tickover than standard, its not so much the loudness its the thump ya get with them, seems to bounce off every house in the street, when ya fit them you will see what i mean

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    Bugger.

    That will be the end of commuting in the mornings on the bike then.

    Can still take the bike when I'm nightshift I 'spose though, don't think that will be a problem.

    Ah well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSV_Ecosse View Post
    Cool.

    Would you say it was anywhere near "neighbour friendly"!!!??.
    Ha Ha, you must be joking. I've put the baffles in mine but they're still very loud. And I've re-packed the silencers. I went out for a 6:15am start on mine the other day - , it makes up for the 'silent treatment' I'm getting now from the neighbours. Can't wait for their early Sunday wake up call they're going to get tomorrow as I'm leaving early for Brands.

    That heatshield you will be getting looks like really cool. Much better than mine.

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    LOL!!!


    Well, as far as the noise goes, I kinda thought as much.

    I'm definately going to have to refit the standard can in June as I am booked in for an assessed ride with the local traffic cops on a Bikesafe course.

    Don't think they will be best pleased if I turn up with the Rene's fitted.

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    Just put the baffles in mate, they will love it, my wife can hear me coming off the A14 into our village on a still day, thats nearly a mile and a half away

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    lol,itll sound excellent gaz,im very jealous,id love to wake the neighbours up!
    youll have to do a sound clip once theyre on mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by little1uk View Post
    Just put the baffles in mate, they will love it, my wife can hear me coming off the A14 into our village on a still day, thats nearly a mile and a half away
    You haven't seen the size of the instructor....he's built like a brick shithoose!!!

    Yeah, my missus can tell when I'm nearly home from work too as she can hear me coming off the motorway and down the slip road near us about a mile away.


    Quote Originally Posted by BIG UN View Post
    lol,itll sound excellent gaz,im very jealous,id love to wake the neighbours up!
    youll have to do a sound clip once theyre on mate.
    Will do m8, will dig the camcorder out and get a sound clip when the system arrives.

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    love hearing new exhausts,lol,i get excited as if it were mine,how sads that?
    (dont answer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG UN View Post
    love hearing new exhausts,lol,i get excited as if it were mine,how sads that?
    (dont answer)
    LOL!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG UN View Post
    how sads that?
    (dont answer)
    OK, I won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG UN View Post
    love hearing new exhausts,lol,i get excited as if it were mine,how sads that?
    (dont answer)
    Your fcukin huge so my lips are sealed

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    lol,i nearly dint put dont answer as well!
    i take it its pretty sad then lol

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