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Old 22-11-15, 11:35 PM   #1
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Default Powertech exhausts

Been looking on ebay and thinking of getting a pair of powertech exhausts for my sv1000 anyone got one fitted or had any experiences with the company seen a nice pair of stubby titanium cans just a bit wary as haven't heard of the company before
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Old 23-11-15, 07:05 AM   #2
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I have one on my blade, not the best quality but fine for the price. The baffle was rivetted in and very tight so difficult to remove and you would need to find a way to secure it if you ever put it back in. At track days it was tested at 99 dB with baffle and 104 db without so not too loud, bit this is the "road legal" longer version. I think I offered £15 less than the listed price.
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Old 23-11-15, 07:13 AM   #3
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http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/252173642922 looking at this one not the cheapest
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I would recommend simmi performance, all their stuff I've had or seen has been top quality.
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I would recommend simmi performance, all their stuff I've had or seen has been top quality.
At that price save money and go to them.
They do the gp style cans now and they look really good

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after a lot of looking at different manufacturers of exhausts I've come across a pair of Yoshi trs for a decent price
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