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Question LEO VINCE any good??

just wondering if this exhaust is any good. thanks
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Performance wise i would say there one of the best exhaust you can get, there best cans are basicley just kinda can looking though.i still havent decided between two brothers and leovince yet...
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love mine. great sound and looks great
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just wondering if this exhaust is any good. thanks
Uhhhh yeah!!
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Performance wise i would say there one of the best exhaust you can get, there best cans are basicley just kinda can looking though.i still havent decided between two brothers and leovince yet...
Do yourself a favor. Put the kids to bed and get the Leo Vince.
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Wow why doesn't anybody search or go on Youtube and listen to sound clips.

PM me if you have a red clip for an Arai side pod.
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yes, they're excellent pipes. i have a full SS leo on my bike with titanium can. i love it to bits and would recommend their products to anyone. check ebay for blowout pricing. one seller "leovinceoutlet" is blowing them out CHEAP for some of the older models. got my full exhaust for my 04 for only 550 (retails 1299) brand new!

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No it's crap. It adds about 30 lbs to your bike and decreases your horsepower output by 15 due to the flux capacitor baffles and in turn increases the engine temperature by about 50 degrees which results in melted fairings. Stay away at all costs.
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thats like asking are hondas reliable?....yes
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Only if you like well manufactured exhausts from Italy

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Wow why doesn't anybody search or go on Youtube and listen to sound clips.
ummm, bcuz that's a squid move! ummm, how bout hp #'s
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ummm, bcuz that's a squid move! ummm, how bout hp #'s
Haha, yeah slip ons give you soooooo much hp

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youtube video doesnt do any justice on sound!..yes, leo vince is a great sounding pipe...

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I got a Leo Vince Sbk Oval Evoii Carbon Slip-on for sale. If you interested send me PM or email me @ [email protected].

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yes, they're excellent pipes. i have a full SS leo on my bike with titanium can. i love it to bits and would recommend their products to anyone. check ebay for blowout pricing. one seller "leovinceoutlet" is blowing them out CHEAP for some of the older models. got my full exhaust for my 04 for only 550 (retails 1299) brand new!
you weren't kidding, i browsed his ebay store & found a LV SBK Ti FS for our bike for $660, that is cheap, looks awesome, i wish i had $660 right now, very tempting.


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is there a big difference between SS and Ti? I would guess Ti little lighter maybe... and looks a little cooler.... any real advantages/dissadvantages ?

...full SS SBK Factory for $550 shipped...



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is there a big difference between SS and Ti? I would guess Ti little lighter maybe... and looks a little cooler.... any real advantages/dissadvantages ?

...full SS SBK Factory for $550 shipped...

it's mostly weight but they also use their best designs with Ti systems.


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