2020 ATAS - The universal exhaust language

Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by sirvelo, Nov 1, 2019.

  1. sirvelo

    sirvelo Miles to go before I sleep Supporter

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    No one talking, no background music just the stock pipe doing what it does. Waiting for spring and the arrival of mine but this Sardinian melody will tide me over during the winter silence.
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  2. pepebayeta

    pepebayeta Been here awhile

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    What I'd like to know is the camera and microphone setup needed to get that sound
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  3. neanderthal

    neanderthal globeriding wannabe

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    The AT's standard exhaust makes lovely sounds. My one gripe about it is it's size.
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  4. sirvelo

    sirvelo Miles to go before I sleep Supporter

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    Yes it is pretty massive. My previous VFR 1200 had a huge factory can that I replaced with a DAM. Way lighter and sounded much better. I like the sound of the ATAS OEM exhaust so I’ll leave for now. This pic below is not my actual one but exactly the same as my set up. 8D92F78E-60A9-49BF-9487-45595F847577.jpeg
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