Leo Vince Exhaust

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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by kaivalagi » Sat Jul 27, 2013 10:47 pm

Bear990 wrote:Mine came with badges attached but you could remove them easily enough
Good stuff, maybe being a bit paranoid, I guess it depends on how much attention they get...

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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Hellboi » Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:45 pm

Hey guys, I'm about to buy a set of these, Do they still allow you to keep the side soft bags?
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Kafn8td » Wed Jul 31, 2013 2:52 pm

Yes, you can keep the side bags. In fact, you can remove the heat guards and run them with the Leo's if you want to. They don't get hot enough to bother the side bags.
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Hellboi » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:12 pm

Excellent. I will probably keep the heat guards because I have mine Carbon wrapped and I like the look, and thanks for the reply. I did see that there were comments in other threads about using a tapered spacer the more I searched, but then others said they did not need it. Lot's of conflicting stuff, Still have not found what this spacer looks like. Just trying to have everything ready all at once so I don't have to walk to the store once i start tearing down to install all the new modliness. :D
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Kafn8td » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:16 pm

They will sit a little off, but I personally don't think it's enough to matter. You'll see what everyone is talking about when you go to put them on.
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Hellboi » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:27 pm

Good stuff. Thanks again. Now for the package to arrive!! 8-)
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by adcolor » Thu Aug 01, 2013 11:28 pm

Just inquired on the carbon version -- availability is 4-6 weeks out.
Guess I'll keep thinking on that -- Roxx2:1 & Arrow are also on my list. Waiting for prices.
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by neiljitsu » Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:21 pm

Does the 7546a fit the smt? They are getting pretty cheap on eBay now.

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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by Hellboi » Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:43 pm

Installed and no need for a spacer here. Even Steven, and baffolds out all times. Love the volume! :twisted:
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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by neiljitsu » Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:32 am

Hi, quick question. I am looking at the Leo's on ebay. There are loads of different 8414 models for different years such as 05/07, 07/09 and 08/12. There is a price difference of 50 euro between them. I presume the cans are all the same and all models will fit smt? Just want to be sure before I order.

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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by cavlovic » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:10 pm

neiljitsu wrote:Hi, quick question. I am looking at the Leo's on ebay. There are loads of different 8414 models for different years such as 05/07, 07/09 and 08/12. There is a price difference of 50 euro between them. I presume the cans are all the same and all models will fit smt? Just want to be sure before I order.
I believe 8414 is model number and it is the same exact thing for different bikes.

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Re: Leo Vince Exhaust

Post by neiljitsu » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:24 pm

Thanks, going for that one unless I get a savage deal on the Leo vince 7546a.

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