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Old 09-12-2008, 08:56 AM   #91
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Just put a SBK on my GS 1200 last weekend and it had that 5 hole disk in the box too. Couldn't find anything in the instructions about it, but then my Italian isn't that good, did you get any info about the disk?
My only complaint with the system is I'm sure the GS's rear tires aint gonna be lasting as long
I haven't pursued Italy for an answer on the disc. It has no value to my knowledge.
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:01 AM   #92
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I have an Akropovic racing header on my KTM 640 Adventure. The accompanying can is obnoxiously loud and not NSFS compliant. Do you make a can for the 2002 640 Adventure? Is there a way to make it fit a 60mm header?

I'm specifically looking for a can that is NSFS compliant. That is, spark arrestor and 98 db (or whatever the limit is). I would prefer not to have to re-jet, so maximum exhaust flow would be good.



We have a muffler that is designed for the stock header on your bike. Please be aware, that with all Leo Vince mufflers they are internally model specific. We don't make universal cans, so the point is that we don't have a muffler that would work with an Akro racing header.

If you choose to use the header that it came with your bike from the factory, we do have a product that will fulfill the requirements you are asking for.

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Old 09-12-2008, 09:05 AM   #93
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Well I got them re installed cussing and swearing the whole time. They still leak and now one of my clamps allen heads are stripped from tightening and losining and moving them.I have decl pop but they sure sound great. My right side is out farther then my left. I still think that my Y tube was made incorrectly.Im still not totally happy with these.
I know you have contacted Manny before, have you approached him regarding what you write about above?
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:11 AM   #94
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where can a get a new set of decals for my Leo's on my 1k Vstrom?
Yes

(If you are refering to the metal badge that sticks on to your muffler.)

Contact the source you bought you mufflers from, and have them order from us direct p/n 412132R. (They cost $6.00 each)

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Old 10-01-2008, 01:21 PM   #95
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Do you have a pipe/silencer w/spark arrestor for this machine?

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:05 PM   #96
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Do you have a pipe/silencer w/spark arrestor for this machine?

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Not at this time (based on USA products)
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Old 04-19-2009, 03:01 AM   #97
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I installed Leo slip on can on my KTM640 adv. Kit comes with one oval kevlar looking clamp. This bike really needs two oval clamps to keep exhaust can secure. Stock can had 3 mounting points. So, now with only one clamp midpipe is free to move. With 2 oval clamps things should be perfect. Do you sell them and what p/n is?
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I have exactly same problem. One carbon clamp is not enough to secure slip on good in place. If you got p/n for clamp please let me know. Cheers, Juha

edit: after figuring out installation again I made few changes. I removed original heatshield (attached with two screws near joint of original exchaust and slip on). I have bag bars installed which push this heatshield to touch the exchaust pipe. In slip on installation kit is two black steel mounting rails. I use one of them to mount carbon clamp to bike chassis. I must twist this mounting rail a little bit because slip on is not exactly in same line with chassis. That was not a problem, now when it's twisted a little it fits perfectly and there is no tension after tightening bolts. Now slip on is very good in place, it moves very little but I think it should not be too tight installation. However, second clamp could be there "just to be sure" if you are going to ride bike hard on poor roads etc. I have no experience about those carbon clamps, how much it can take vibrations and roughly drive? As much as steel?

In my opinion leovince slip on is quality made and sounds are not too loud with standard pipe. I love those sounds ;) Also there is much less vibrations if I compare to stock muffler. I will suggest this for lc4 owners, very good value for money.

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Old 07-03-2009, 12:02 AM   #98
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Hello, I just recieved my new slip on muffler for a 2001 LC4E. In the catalog during the ordering process it said that it would fit this machine. If you are looking at the machine from the front, the pipe runs out off to the right of the bike. It has a mid pipe which is attached to the header. Do I need to mount the pipe on the other side of the bike and attach it directly to the header pipe, or am I missing something. The directions are very hard to understand and not very descriptive. It seemed pretty easy to get on the mid pipe but it wont seal so not sure what the correct mounting application is for this pipe. Wondering if you could help please.
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Old 07-03-2009, 12:52 AM   #99
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Difference in materials

HI Randy

I am interested in purchasing a LV can for my F658GS. My LBS gave quotes for 3 different models that would do the job. As my reason for wanting to replace the stock can is to change the sound, my question is then regarding the different materials used for the cans.

Do the various materials used (carbon fibre, stainless steel) have an affect on the sound produced??

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Old 03-25-2010, 04:17 AM   #100
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carbon clamp broken

Hi, I have a BMW G650 X Challenge with Leo Vince can and the carbon clamp broke. Can you advice where I can get a replacement? I'm in New Zealand but could order internationally if I can get it delivered.

The internal side was very thin and I took the pipe out to check why it was kind of loose and when trying to put back it just cracked.

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Old 04-05-2010, 07:41 PM   #101
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Ok, forget it this thread is dead.

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Hi, I have a BMW G650 X Challenge with Leo Vince can and the carbon clamp broke. Can you advice where I can get a replacement? I'm in New Zealand but could order internationally if I can get it delivered.

The internal side was very thin and I took the pipe out to check why it was kind of loose and when trying to put back it just cracked.

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Old 09-09-2010, 10:47 AM   #102
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Gents:

Allow me to resurrect an old thread. The reason this one died is that Randy is no longer with LeoVince... however, Ryan Korinek, our rep at LV, joined ADV this morning and has been instrumental in assisting our customers with any issues surrounding the installation or pre-purchase questions regarding all of LeoVince's products. Ryan and I are taking the opportunity to dredge this thread up from the bowels of the Vendors forum to offer assistance to any LeoVince customer or potential customer, regardless of where you initially purchased or wish to purchase your equipment.

Please bear in mind that both of us have full-time occupations, so our input here may seem less than instantaneous. However, if you ask a question and don't immediately receive a response, it's likely that we're digging around to find the answer for you before opening our mouths, or coordinating our research to give you a unified answer.
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:16 AM   #103
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When will the slip-on pipe be available stateside for the Yamaha Super Tenere?
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:33 AM   #104
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When will the slip-on pipe be available stateside for the Yamaha Super Tenere?
They're currently on the truck, arriving at the warehouse around the 17th of this month. You can pre-order them now, in Titanium or Carbon Fiber, at http://www.renazcoracing.com?showproduct=538958. We'll have ten sets of each available in the initial shipment.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:41 PM   #105
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Cool2 Thanks For the Intro Scott!

Hello everyone, my name is Ryan Korinek and I am a Product Specialist at LeoVince USA. Thanks Scott for the introduction! If there is anything you may need feel free to ask. I may not know all the answers off the top of my head, but if there is an answer out there for a problem I will be the first to find it. Between myself, Scott at Renazco Racing, and everyone here I think we will even be able to find solutions for problems that have yet to be solved(see thread on F800 LeoVince Exhaust w/ aftermarket bags). Sorry for anyone that may have been left hanging when this thread was abandoned. I am not going anywhere so hopefully everyone will find this thread very helpful!

By the way. I am computer retarded and new to this forum stuff so go easy on me for a little bit. I learn quick and should have this down sooner then later. In the mean time I guess I am now the "FNG".

RoyQ- Scott is correct on the shipment. Give us a little lag time though because sometimes customs can be a big pain in the you know what. We will keep you posted if anything changes!
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