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scg1889

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scg1889 says:

2008 Blade slip on exhaust replacement recommendations?

The standard exhaust on my 2008 Blade is starting to look pretty worn now so was after recommendations for an aftermarket 'slip on' replacement. I want to avoid having a need to remap or having anything that will cause grief at MOT time. So i'm all ears for any recommendations. I'm all up for it sounding nice and fruity under revs but don't want something that's silly loud annoying the girlfriend and neighbours when I head out to work in the morning :-)

Also something most people declare to insurance or not?

cheers guys

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snev

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snev says:

scg1889

If you believed Honda, they advised against aftermarket pipes when the bike first came into the UK. Insisting that the fuelling would be messed up, But many have fited new pipes so I guess it's fine. I would contact your local Honda dealer or a specialist Tuner.

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

No

need for remapping with a slip on....  bike will be fine and no probs with MOT.. road legal of course.  :smile

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preunit

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preunit says:

Personal really

me I like the Austin Racing  GP Ultimate Can 

Austin's stuff is the shizz too :sunglasses:

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

Depending

Power commander as well

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

oh and

be friends with your local MOT tester:smile

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snev

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snev says:

preunit

when you said "Austin Racing" I had visions of  "The Bionic Man":smile

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snev

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snev says:

go on...

do your ...."Ta Da" Bit.........:wink:

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scg1889

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scg1889 says:

austin racing

like the look of the Austin Racing particularly as it has an infill pan. really like how the standard one looks and worried may look a bit 'bare' with a new can on.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

scg1889..

the infill is a seperate item and has to be purchased seperately...but at least you get an hole to fit the lambda sensor into.

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