Exhaust Choices For 2014 Bonneville Cast Wheels

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  1. bobw

    bobw Well-Known Member

    Jul 6, 2018
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    Hi guys after owning completely standard bike for 4 weeks it's now time to do some larger mods. Trawling Internet doesn't seem to be a lot of choices of exhaust obviously due to age/popularity of bike. I have narrowed it down to either tec 2-2 clubman or sprint keeping symmetry and classic lines of bike. Other option at similar price point is Norman Hyde HBS 565 toga peashooter in chrome. Question is which would be best for performance upgrade and does togas come with removable baffles NH site no mention of baffles. I will be doing airbox baffle mod along with breathe intake. Have already done sai will get TTP tune when jobs done. Any thoughts welcome.
     
  2. Smilinjack

    Smilinjack Crème de la Crème

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    I'm thinking of selling a set of Norman Hyde Togas off my 2010 SE Bonneville. Previous owner spot welded the baffles in, fine by me as it makes a nice but not ridiculously obtrusive sound. Wouldn't be such a task to get them out, I wasn't interested in so doing. Installed a map for TORS and the bike runs and sounds really good. Looks decent too. I think so, anyway :grinning:

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  3. bobw

    bobw Well-Known Member

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    @Smilinjack if you do wish to sell them I'll be interested.I prefer the 2-2 system just to keep bike symmetrical I have the reverse cone style on at the moment but the classic looks ok as well.
     
  4. Funnyfarm

    Funnyfarm Active Member

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    I have TOR (Triumph Off Road) pipes on my 2009 SE with the TTP map the bike is not loud on tick over but when at 3k or above it sounds lovely just right in my opinion and they look exactly the same as the stock pipes.
     
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  5. bobw

    bobw Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys not being familiar with which parts fit by looking at them there is a set of Togas classic on Ebay the guy says he bought them for a T100 but don't fit he thinks they maybe for SE model so should fit mine looking at the pictures and comparing with Norman Hyde site the upturn connection to downpipes looks different? I don't want to buy them only for them not to fit. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114903591233
     
  6. steve lovatt

    steve lovatt Something else
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    I had TOR pipes on my 2012 SE, which as Funnyfarm says look like the stock pipes but have a much deeper and louder sound when you open up the throttle. It's not too loud to be annoying or intrusive on longer rides but does make the bike sound like it should.

    I also had a 2004 T100 with Dunstall TOGA straight through pipes fitted with no baffles. Sounded great for a while but really loud and too much on anything like a long run - I used to get a headache so no idea what anyone else thought!

    There is a difference between T100 and SE systems. :cool:
     
  7. Smilinjack

    Smilinjack Crème de la Crème

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    As near as I can tell they look like mine, so probably are for SE model. :)
     
  8. bobw

    bobw Well-Known Member

    Jul 6, 2018
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    Thanks for replies I'll take a punt on them and if they don't fit I'll sell them
     
  9. bobw

    bobw Well-Known Member

    Jul 6, 2018
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    I have put an offer in on them we'll see what happens
     
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