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Aftermarket BMW F800ST exhaust fuelling problem

Marc Abbott, 18 November 2009 13:13

Q. I have recently bought a 2009 BMW F800ST and changed the can to a Remus exhaust, which has improved the torque and general performance. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts I have had the bike on the dyno to check it out and the power at the rear wheel is up by 3.5bhp. However the fuel/air ratio is reading out at ...

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Ped finds the perfect exhausts for his XLV750R

Ped Baker, 18 November 2009 12:51

Alldens exhausts (01673-862286) are based less than 60 miles from where I live. They're a business specialising in custom motorcycle exhausts. I discovered them through some work they'd done with our sister title Classic Bike. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts Essentially a one-man operation, the owner Dennis can make anything from a simple CBR link pipe to an entire exhaust ...

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Products advice: Will an 09 Bonnie pipe fit an 03 bonnie?

Marc Abbott, 11 November 2009 17:17

Can a full exhaust system off a 2009 Triumph T100 Bonnie slot onto my '03 model? The differences I'm aware of are that the ¹09 has a centrestand and is 865cc, while my Bonnie has a sidestand and is 790cc. You wouldn't believe that even Triumph dealers don't know.  Cristylf, MCN forums I'm not surprised the dealers don't know. For one ...

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Supertrapp exhausts for Ped's XLV750R

Marc Abbott, 11 November 2009 16:49

Deputy editor Ped Baker has just treated his money-pit XLV to a set of new Supertrapps. Here's what he says about them... "I've always loved the sound of Supertrapp silencers ( ever since I bought an enduro-spec Suzuki DR350 with one fitted. They produce a deep, guttural thud without being over loud. The other benefit is that they come with ...

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Streetfighter gets Termi treatment

Marc Abbott, 11 November 2009 16:15

MCN's Michael Neeves has fitted new Termignoni exhausts to his Ducati Streetfighter. Here's what he has to say about them... "Finally, my Streetfighter now sounds as good as it looks, thanks to the addition of a pair of carbon slip-on Termignoni cans (£1128.46). There¹s no performance gain, but Ducati say they're 3-4kg lighter than the stockers, it makes the Streetfighter ...

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Aftermarket Hornet cans that won't cook your pillion

Marc Abbott, 04 November 2009 17:10

Can I fit a race exhaust to my Honda Hornet 600 which won't get too hot for my pillion. I have heard that carbon cans might not heat up as much ­ is this true?DL Fenner, email Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts Carbon-fibre doesn¹t conduct heat as well as alloy so it will feel cooler to the touch. But what's more ...

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Exhausts from £34 on the MCN Shop!

Marc Abbott, 08 October 2009 17:13

If you needed any more evidence that the MCN shop is the place to head for quality kit, check this link out. Owners of Suzuki's TL1000S can pick up a Remus slip-on exhaust for £34! Obviously you'll be needing two, but you can't argue with that price can you?

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Fitting new exhaust to GSX750

Marc Abbott, 23 September 2009 17:07

Q. I have a 2002 GSX750F K2 and the exhaust has corroded on the silencer at that entry to the downpipe. Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts The question is can I fit any aftermarket can (slip-on) with a connecting pipe, and if so what size diameter would the connecting pipe need to be? Simon 7170, MCN technical forum A. With ...

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What difference does an exhaust make to weight?

Marc Abbott, 23 September 2009 16:41

Ever wondered just how much the weight saving is when you ditch your bike's restrictive standard exhaust system for a flash new one? Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts Watch this video featuring MCN's long term test GSX-R1000 for an idea of how vast a change it can make... Click here to find out more

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Exhaust advice: Discoloured downpipes

Marc Abbott, 27 August 2009 17:20

I've bought a used 2006 Yamaha XJR1300 with 3000 miles on clock which runs very well. However the front downpipes are discoloured and have gone slightly purple. What do you think is the cause? Should the fuel mixture be checked? I've been told that leaving the bike running when it's stationary could cause this. Matthew Ritchie, email Compare and buy ...


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