765 Which Exhaust?

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  1. RS Robbo

    RS Robbo New Member

    Aug 17, 2019
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  2. Bad Billy

    Bad Billy Baddest Member

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    Personally I have had both makes of end can, neither on a 765 though (I had an Arrow on mine), I would say the Leovince was the better quality, the SP Engineering one I had was loud on the Speed Triple I had it on, sorry I can't help specifically with the 765.
     
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  3. RS Robbo

    RS Robbo New Member

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    Thank you mate. I have an Arrow fitted at the moment but being Euro 4 I can’t remove the baffle and it’s just a little quiet for me.

    Looking for something a little more raspy but not obnoxiously loud. I know the Leo Vince build quality is good but something is drawing me to the SP!
     
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  4. Daffy

    Daffy Well-Known Member

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    I've got a Yoshi on mine and it sounds very raspy, not had the baffle out yet but the guy who owned it before said he had to put it back in cos everybody was staring :joy:

     
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  5. RS Robbo

    RS Robbo New Member

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    Looks and sounds lovely mate.

    I opted for the SP in the end. Fitted it yesterday, what a sound, like you I've left the baffle in!
     
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  6. Don Lee

    Don Lee Member

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    Very nice video of the comparison indeed! I have an SC Project S1 installed on my 2019 ST3 RS and it seems like with baffle in the S1 sounds like your Yoshimura without baffle. I did try to take my baffle out at some point but it was too hard and I didn’t want to force it so it’s still on for now ( loud enough with baffle in ). Cheers
     
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  7. Iceman

    Iceman Noble Member

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    Hi RS Robbo, I would consider the Yoshimura, I have fitted one to both the Street Triple RS 2019 and the 2020 models, it sounds deep and raspy, get a few revs on and the sound is intoxicating, take the baffle out and you will be advised to wear ear plugs, (it is loud) it's a doddle to fit, it only takes around 20 minutes to fit from start to finish (removing the standard one and fitting the Yoshimura). I would advise re fitting the bolts that attach the middle rear bracket to the engine, otherwise the threads will clog up with road crud and eventual corrosion within the threads will take place, also leave the rubber grommet (front) that supports the original silencer in place. I have attached a couple of pictures from both years.

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  8. RS Robbo

    RS Robbo New Member

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    Sorry for the delayed reply, only just seen your post. The Yoshi looks very nice :)

    I opted for the SP in the end, easy to fit, looks good and sounds great.
     
  9. Iceman

    Iceman Noble Member

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    The SP exhausts look good as you say and a lot less weight than the standard, glad you like it
     
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