Exhaust Help,

Discussion in 'Technical Help' started by Daveyr46, Aug 11, 2019 at 8:44 AM.

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  1. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Just purchased a speed triple 2017 unregistered from Manchester triumph, but exhaust for this bike baffle me, (no pun intended). Will a 2015 exhaust fit on this bike if not why, sorry new to triumph bikes.

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  2. Englishbandit

    Englishbandit Active Member

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    I just checked on some exhaust sites and it looks like the exhaust if 2011 to 2015 then 2016 to 2017 so i would say no the 2015 will not fit the 2017 but only 99.% on that. if you go on ebay and put in speed triple exhaust 2015 or 2017 you will see what i mean they come up as above
     
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  3. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Cheers pal, I looks the same, and struggling to find one, what's difference in lowboy and high cans, do you lose any mi range
     
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  4. Englishbandit

    Englishbandit Active Member

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    To be honest I am not up on these bikes, but most aftermarket cans are straight though so would say know just down to what you like the look of best. I have a 2011 speed triple some people like the one low down exhaust. I think the triumph speed triple should always have the two under seat exhaust as i think that is what makes them stand out and always has I hate the side exhaust on the speed triple. but that's just my choice. dose not matter really what ever you like .There will be lads on here that will know a lot more on this that have the 2017 model. twin high exhaust all the way for me
     
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  5. andyc1

    andyc1 Lunarville 7, Airlock 3
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    It will fit. No problems. The only difference is the earlier exhausts have removable baffles, the correct exhaust for a 17 bike is identical except the baffles are fixed.
    Edit, I'm assuming your talking about the arrow pipes?
     
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  6. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Yes that's correct massive help thank you, and yes I don't want the baffles in,
     
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  7. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Yes I agree under seat for me to, and thanks for the help, l
     
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  8. andyc1

    andyc1 Lunarville 7, Airlock 3
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    If you go for the twin arrows, get some firegum or any exhaust paste. The right side silencer is always a bit loose with the arrows, a bit of paste on the joint to the silencer will keep it solid. It hardens after you start the bike and the heat gets to it ;)
     
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  9. Helmut Visor

    Helmut Visor Put on your big boy pants and man up
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    Hi Davey, and welcome in :cool::cool:
     
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  10. joe mc donald

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    Daveyr46.
    Welcome to the family. Need a picture of the steed. And I never use fire gum sorry Andyc1. But use silicone. it stays put till you want to move it even on headers. Fire gum will seal alright but its a bitch to get the can of again if needed.
    Ride Safe 7 Enjoy
    Joe.
     
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  11. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Here is the steed

    IMG_20190810_121948.jpg
     
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  12. Daveyr46

    Daveyr46 New Member

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    Here is the steed View attachment 67838
     
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  13. Vulpes

    Vulpes Confused Member
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    Hi and welcome.
     
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