Identify Exhaust

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  1. Rick-SPD4

    Rick-SPD4 New Member

    Oct 27, 2023
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    Hi all,

    First time Triumph owner here! Nice to meet you. I've just bought a Speed 4 that's had quite a few mods. One of them is the exhaust which sounds great, but is obscenely loud! Can anyone identify what exhaust it is so I can see about getting a baffle for it? I know there are universal baffles around but I'd like one made for purpose ideally! Photo of it attached

    Any help appreciated!

    Cheers
    -Rick

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  2. andypandy

    andypandy Crème de la Crème

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    Can't be sure but it looks very similar to a Fuel exhaust I used to have on a 1250 Bandit. I suggest you email them and send them a picture.
     
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  3. Rick-SPD4

    Rick-SPD4 New Member

    Oct 27, 2023
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    Thanks, will give them a try
     
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  4. timboo

    timboo Senior Member

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    #4 timboo, Oct 27, 2023
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  5. Geoff Butler

    Geoff Butler Never too old for Biking!

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    I have used a generic DB Killer like this one recently. It turned the GR Moto exhaust on my XSR700 from an obnoxious horse and child scarer to something less antisocial. ;)

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  6. KWTR61965

    KWTR61965 Member

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    Maybe like the one in the photo?
    I've also seen some similar on Chinese websites

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  7. Iceman

    Iceman Crème de la Crème

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    Hi Rick, measure the internal diameter and once you have that just look for a generic DB killer of the same diameter, even if the locating bolt is in a different position it is easily rectified with a new stainless steel fastner.
     
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  8. Rick-SPD4

    Rick-SPD4 New Member

    Oct 27, 2023
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    Cheers all, I bought a tool to measure the diameter and I'll just go with a universal one. My next problem is finding a replacement speedo bracket as the one on this bike is customer and snapped! Pic to follow once I can get it off!
     
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  9. joe mc donald

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    Rick-SPD4
    Welcome to the family. Good luck with your search
    Joe
     
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