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Tiger 800 Silencer Recommendations

Discussion in 'Tiger / Explorer' started by Scotkat, May 4, 2018.

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  1. Scotkat

    Scotkat New Member

    May 4, 2018
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    Looking to get another silencer for my 2013 tiger 800, recommendations please. Not looking to spend a fortune but want a nicer sound than the current whistle. What does anyone think about Beowulf or lextech? Or any other make that you have on yours.
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. stevethegoolie

    stevethegoolie First Class Member

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    Beowulf products always seem to look nice and appear to be decent quality:cool:, but I've never had cause to use any of them.
    I thought they were based in Halifax, but seem to be in Rotherham these days. Or maybe I'm getting confused:confused:. If they are in Rotherham then they are very handy for you, Scotkat.:)
     
  3. crispey

    crispey crispey creme de la creme

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    @steve lovatt has a Leo Vince on his that sounds ok and didn’t need a remap or anything. I’ve an arrows on mine, picked up cheap on internet, they said you don’t need to remap but I did for a bit smoother pick up. You can get it done at a dealer for around £25 or free if you know them well. The noise picks up nicely not too obtrusive. If you want louder you can remove the baffle, defo look on eBay or equivalent once you know what you want
     
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  4. steve lovatt

    steve lovatt Something else
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    Really pleased with the Leo Vince pipe - you could also look at FUEL Exhausts, which also seem good value.
    I keep the baffle in although I have shortened it by 2" to improve the sound. The bike has run fine with no issues without a remap and fuel consumption has not really been affected.
    IMG_2282.JPG The pipe is lighter than stock, smaller and much better looking. Interestingly the new Tigers have either Arrow or smaller exhausts fitted as standard now.
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    It has not yet melted my number-plate, which I have heard can occur with some aftermarket pipes. :cool::cool:
     
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  5. Jonty tiger

    Jonty tiger New Member

    May 13, 2017
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    Hi
    I've just got the arrow slip on for my 2017 tiger 800, cos triumph are selling them very cheap.

    I'd like to get it on soon, I will get the remap but are there any issues if I don't get it done straight away?

    Thanks
     
  6. crispey

    crispey crispey creme de la creme

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    I ran my 2012 with an arrows can without a remap for a while then tried with a map, with the map, it stopped popppng on the over run and was a bit smoother, I do believe the newer tigers readjust after a little while
     
  7. Jonty tiger

    Jonty tiger New Member

    May 13, 2017
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    Thanks - as I say I'll get the remap done for warrantys sake I just don't want to be conked out on the A1 on the way to webbs!
    PS I'm quite partial to bit a bit of overrun pop
     
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