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Old 06-07-2014, 12:49 PM   #301
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Looks far too long and unfinished. Is there going to be a heat shield to cover up the ugly pipe work ?
Nope because half of it is the stock section that is welded to the cat by the chaps at KTM so you cannot get rid of it unless it is cut up. Only the second half is Scorpion made. As you probably know the heat shield is only there on the stock unit and Akra unit to protect the pillion but as the Scorpion is at a different angle and much narrower there is no need. It certainly is longer as you can see from the two pics below but this is done specifically to stop the right rear indicator from melting. Will look better once I get the racks fitted.



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Old 06-07-2014, 01:04 PM   #302
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It looks good, but why Remus, Wings etc don't need such a long exhaust in order not to melt the indicators? (I'm just curious, because I don't have an issue with the length, quite the opposite).
It looks to me that the exhaust itself is horizontal (like all the others), not upwards.
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Old 06-07-2014, 01:13 PM   #303
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It looks good, but why Remus, Wings etc don't need such a long exhaust in order not to melt the indicators? (I'm just curious, because I don't have an issue with the length, quite the opposite).
It looks to me that the exhaust itself is horizontal (like all the others), not upwards.
I'm not sure about Wings etc but Scorpion had one or two customers with the first edition of the exhaust they made for the 1190 which was a little shorter than the latest one (in my pics) where the hot gases were swirling around the indicator and melting it slightly. Just one or two however but they decided to redesign for safety.
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Old 06-07-2014, 01:24 PM   #304
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It looks good, but why Remus, Wings etc don't need such a long exhaust in order not to melt the indicators? (I'm just curious, because I don't have an issue with the length, quite the opposite).
It looks to me that the exhaust itself is horizontal (like all the others), not upwards.
Oh I should also say that the Scorpion is deliberately closer in to the rear end (narrower) because it is designed to work with the Metal Mule balanced luggage system. This means the panniers will be the same size on both sides and as narrow overall as possible. I'll show you what I mean with a few pics once the racks and panniers are on. So, this is why the Scorpion has more chance to melt an indicator. The Wings and Remus exhausts etc will be further outwards (away from the bike) so the gases miss the indicator.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:04 AM   #305
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Scorpion are planning a new heat shield design for this exhaust, probably CF, and I'm helping them with this. Will keep you all posted.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:15 AM   #306
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I'm not sure about Wings etc but Scorpion had one or two customers with the first edition of the exhaust they made for the 1190 which was a little shorter than the latest one (in my pics) where the hot gases were swirling around the indicator and melting it slightly. Just one or two however but they decided to redesign for safety.
I have one of the first 1190's build and fitted the Wings when they first launched. I went for the "long" can as I run the KTM luggage and in 45deg Celsius ambient heat, two up full loaded, had no issues with heat from the can. The fit was perfect, took me more time to remove the stock can and the finish is excellent.
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Old 06-17-2014, 03:10 AM   #307
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But as gunshot says there should be no issues running a long exhaust in the conventional position. The problems arise when you bring it in close to the tail to reduce the width of the panniers. Then it will be too close to the indicator unless redesigned to clear it.
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Old 06-17-2014, 04:27 AM   #308
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Wings long as well

Wanted the tip to clear my soft bags
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Old 06-20-2014, 02:02 PM   #309
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KTM Exhaust

Check out an outfit called "Wings" www.wings.si/. Very nicely made, UPS right to your door, and about 1/2 the price of Akropovic. I have one on my 1190 Adventure, and am very pleased.
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