SC Project

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SC Project

Post by thegidds » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:51 pm

Calling all SC Project exhaust owners.

I was looking on KTMTwins at these exhausts, and noticed they said that it does not fit Supermoto T. I sent an enquiry to clarify, stating that people on here had fitted them, and got the following response:
Hello Joe

Unfortunately the 990 Supermoto and the 990 Supermoto T are just
different enough that their exhausts systems cannot be swapped to each
others frame and sub-frame. The system they have listed is for the 990
Supermoto R and Adventure but unfortunately it will not fit the very
unique SMT. Right now you are limited to a couple companies as far as
exhaust is concerned. FMF, Remus, Akrapovic and I believe WIngs.
Unfortunately we cannot get Wings since they do not want to have a
dealer network set up and want to sell their goods directly to the
customer.

Ron

Is this just a misunderstanding between KTMTwins & SC Project? Or is the part I'm looking at on there (http://www.ktmtwins.com/sc-project-ktm- ... ust-system)different to what everyone else has fitted?

Any problems getting these fitted or a need to make up brackets etc? I intend to fit stubby SM heat shields as well.

Any thoughts gratefully received.

Cheers,
Joe

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Re: SC Project

Post by r0bb0mc » Fri Sep 07, 2012 3:15 am

Hi Guys, This has always been a concern with buying anything other than the Akro. My SC-Project exhaust will (should) be arriving within 2 weeks. I've orded the KTM04-11O and will let you know what problems I have, if any. I'm an Aircraft Technician by trade so I'm pretty confident I can get them on even if I need to modify brackets etc.. There's a Youtube video with a SMT fitted with the SC-Project pipes, that I watched before ordering mine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMJwFvMCQ9E

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Re: SC Project

Post by thegidds » Fri Sep 07, 2012 4:05 am

Thanks Rob. I think that vid was by Zapster/Zapper on this forum. Hopefully he will help out with some comments re fitment.

I'm torn between getting an order in now and hoping it's all ok vs waiting to see how you get on vs just get a tried and tested brand.

I guess it's possible that fitting them with the SM heat shield stuff could make it more straightforward - and perhaps it would only be difficult if you wanted to keep the SMT heat shield, pannier rack etc. Or maybe i'm being hopeful!

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Re: SC Project

Post by Zapper » Sun Sep 09, 2012 4:54 pm

The SC project exhaust fit the smt no problems. If you want I can take som pictures next time im in the garage.

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Re: SC Project

Post by thegidds » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:28 am

Cheers Zapper.

Yeah always keen on seeing more pictures! I'm still undecided...

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Re: SC Project

Post by r0bb0mc » Fri May 08, 2015 4:27 am

Image

I've had the pipes a while now and they're extremely loud.

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Re: SC Project

Post by adcolor » Sun May 10, 2015 7:58 pm

Sure look good.
I have the Arrow, which is for the ADV. Fit was fine, nothing special that I am aware of versus the SM/SMT.
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