Suggestions on 1190 exhaust options?

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

  1. weld86

    weld86 Weld86 Motoparts

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    Did you get the full system or just the slip-on? If full cat or no cat? Pics and review would be appreaciated!!
  2. Che 1190R

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  3. AJAdvRider

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    Are you all in the US ordering the Wings exhaust from the Aussie dealer (www.wingsexhaust.com.au ) or from Solvenia (www.wings.si )?

    Thanks
  4. ChrisK7

    ChrisK7 Been here awhile

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    solvenia for me
  5. PowerCell

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    I ordered mine from one of our inmates Kenny Darvin at Alternate Cycle. He's the official importer for North America. Great price and fast service as he has them in stock.

    http://www.alternatecycle.com


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  7. Doug Matson

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    Just ordered a Wings shorty from Wings in Slovenia. $726 delivered to my house in SoCal.
  8. scottlarking

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    So it's fine to use the arrow pipes without the cat, without re-mapping? Did you put the o2 sensors back in or eliminate them with resistors?
  9. scottlarking

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    Remus now do de-cat pipes
  10. Nowwhat

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  11. Doug Matson

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    Just got the Wings Shorty. Only took 4 days. About a 15 mins install. They are a work of art and sound amazing.
  12. scottlarking

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    I've ordered the arrow pipes and think there wrong. They don't pick up the rear cylinder just stop under the bike.

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    Now look at a picture for the remus pipes

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    You can clearly see the difference. Whats up with the arrow pipes?
  13. Master

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    Judging by the pictures, you can use your OEM connector piece to connect the Arrow pipe to the rear cylinder?
  14. scottlarking

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    If your buying a full exhaust system you shouldn't have to keep a piece of pipe from the original. Doesn't seam right to me

    After looking at an exploded parts diagram for OEM exhaust parts for the bike it looks like you do keep the OEM connector pipe. Thanks Master for that. I think its a bit off that you buy new exhaust pipes that you have to keep a section of the old pipes in place. I was having them sent straight to a company to be ceramic coated so is a bit of a pain to now have to send off the piece of OEM as well. As to the remus pipes I've only seen them on one site and can't find them on remus' own website, bit dodgy?
  15. Master

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    You might want to double check about the Arrow headers with someone who already has them. Maybe the pictures are not accurate or something :hmmmmm.

    As for the Remus headers, I did not see them on their website, but they are being sold by dealers through Ebay in Germany under the article number
    0194882 658013

    http://www.ebay.de/itm/REMUS-2-1-Sp...16471?pt=DE_Motorradteile&hash=item3cdb88d8d7


    To be honest, the picture provided on Ebay does not seem right to me either.
  16. tmyhog

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    I am planning on using the Touratech rack for the cases.Will the rack install ok with the Wings Shorty?
  17. Tjeu

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    The shorty even goes with the Nomada Pro II panniers for remus exhaust. That's more space for the same dimensions.

    If you want alu cases, i can't think of any reasons why not to choose the Nomada's...

    Unfortunately i've choosen the KTM touring panniers.
  18. Harold Waikiki

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    my 1190 r came with the akra. i have leo vince's on my 990 and wings on my SE. both sound way deeper and throatier than the akra. ( wings prob my fav) does anyone know how to remove the inserts from the akra? everything seems to be riveted. thanks in advance!
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    If you don't mind, for those of us who don't care to FB, post the video in another format. Thanks.
  20. OrangeV

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    Hi

    Do any riders have the Remus exhaust, is it worthwhile buying this compared to the Wings?
    It looks like there is not any significant increase in power at all apart from the noise and better looks...
    Thanks for any feedback.


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