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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-20-2015, 03:34 AM Thread Starter
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Leo Vince .. no SBK?

I placed an order for Leo Vince SBK for my CBR600. However I received the exhaust and it does not say SBK any where on the exhaust.
The invoice says Leo Vince LV1 Evo II.
Is this a lower version of the SBK or an older model? Please if someone can help. Thanks

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LV had so many exhausts it's hard to tell... that looks like all titanium though, and the logo I like much better than their cheese wheel thing. I can't answer your question but I greatly prefer this can over their others.
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This question should be answered by someone involved with them.
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LV went bust last year. New ownership put them back in business and LV One is their new product line.

SBK is old now.
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That's a great looking can

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cool looks like there making a come back!

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Ok great! Thanks for the info guys
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Not only look good but work great also. Nice buy and enjoy it ;)

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One more thing I forgot to mention, usually on all their boxes, they have the production date ;)
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