Suggestions on 1190 exhaust options?

Discussion in 'Ridiculous streetbikes with 6 CPUs and too much HP' started by Babatad, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. Gillberg375

    Gillberg375 Adventurer

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    $869. If you put your name down, you'll get free delivery as well.
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  2. Corsica101

    Corsica101 Been here awhile

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    How's the sound compared to the original exhaust?
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  3. mcguyver

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    I am very interested in getting rid of the monstrosity that is the std exhaust. Looking for something much slimmer, so I can fit similar size panniers on both sides. (my ocd wont allow ne to have 2 different panniers)

    Something similar to what is discussed on this forum would be ideal

    http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?PHPSESSID=d0q0afn0n02dr8q5n3gios39b4&topic=123948.120

    I have tried joining that forum to ask some questions, but cant for some reason. (plus they speak some wierd language)

    Anyone know what effect a twin system would have on mapping and fuelling?
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  4. Jaimoto

    Jaimoto Spaniard in Chile

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    Well, it says the headers were manufactured by De Graaf.
    Google it:
    http://www.degraaf.co.za/
    And ask them :D
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  5. mcguyver

    mcguyver Long timer

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    Great idea
    Just tried to snd them a message via the contact us button on their website.

    Guess what? It bounced back. How the fuck do some business run like that?
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  6. Jaimoto

    Jaimoto Spaniard in Chile

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    So you can't contact them and you can't join the forum
    :lol3
    Sorry

    Try sending a pm to inmate Bundu, he hangs out in the wild dog forum too.
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  7. Pete640

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    What's the OD of the header where the can slips on?
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  8. JBird

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    That looks great with the pipes coming through the inside hole of the swingarm! Looks like you have to get your own cans.
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  9. Grizzlybear

    Grizzlybear Been here awhile

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    Rechecked it at 60mm OD.
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  10. Bundu

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    :D:D:D some of the weird language is Afrikaans....

    Send me your questions and I'll ask them there for you?

    Asked about mapping/fuelling....
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  11. mcguyver

    mcguyver Long timer

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    Thanks Bundu
    Will be very interested to hear what they say.
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  12. RoteEddie

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    Ordered the short Wings. Price is 519 euros incl shipping and should be here by the end og August :-)

    Compared to the Akra it is a very good deal. Price is about 60 % of the Akra. It's also better looking. Hopefully it also sounds better :-)
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  13. Davy F

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    I have just ordered the standard length Wings pipe for my new 1190. Delivery in approx two weeks.
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  14. XsilverGS

    XsilverGS Been here awhile

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    The email I received from Gorazd had the cost at:
    644 Euro is more than I want to pay as I could get a Akra for not much more.
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  15. RoteEddie

    RoteEddie Been here awhile

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    Your price is probably including vat.
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    Bundu
    Did you ever get any answers?
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  18. Bundu

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    nah, only reply I got was:
    "The 1190 R with the twin exhaust system sounds exactly like my 990R which was fitted with Leo Vince cans.

    For more information, pricing and orders on the twin conversion for the 1190, contact Jan Burger 072 864 9185 - he was the project manager on the twin exhaust system.

    I know they've made jigs and moulds (on the exhaust pipes and soft luggage side racks) and intend to market the complete system locally and internationally.

    I believe the complete twin conversion will be less than the OEM Acro canister......

    This is exactly what I wanted.....the 1190 now sound and look like a KTM!"
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  19. Davy F

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    Good luck with that one as AFAIR, the Akra for the 1190 is £780. But maybe you have contacts.

    My Wings, delivered (with a £25 bank transfer charge :rolleyes ) was £550. I've also listened to the Akra and it's pretty quiet. I guess I was expecting more, plus it still looks a bit lardy. The quality of the Wings is right up there and it also comes with a choice of baffles.

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  20. Gillberg375

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    Here's the shorty beside the standard pipe.
    I had a few mates over to help lift the standard pipe off:lift

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