GP Style Evo II Slip-On Exhaust
April 04, 2012(Auburn Hills, MI)
I put this on my 2008 Triumph Speed Triple. It fit perfectly, sounds great, looks good and at an excellent price!
May 17, 2011(Charlotte, NC)
Easy install with a good fit and finish. Leo Vince needs to provide torque setting for the bolts.
leo vince Gp for my fz1
Donald T. -
April 27, 2011(Cedar Falls, IA)
Love this thing. Sounds awesome and can also be legal with baffle.
Great exhaust, iffy installation
April 04, 2011(Rockville, MD)
Granted, I know that these things are designed to fit a bike that has just come off the factory floor, and that after 18K miles some things on my bike may have moved around some, but installation on this was much more complicated than it should have been. First of all, the instructions are garbage. Basically, it amounts to "Put pieces together." The end. The actual drawing of the installation is all in Italian and printed on a 4x3 piece of paper. This wasn't that big of a deal, though, since I had to disregard these instructions to get it to fit. My bike (06 Ninja 650r) has an underbody exhaust, and after what I thought was an easy install, I found that my rear brake pedal came down on the can. I played with the fittings for hours but eventually had to cut a 1" x 1/4" notch in my brake pedal to prevent this from happening. Now that that's all behind me, however, this is a great product in terms of sound and performance and I'm happy I have it. Also, superstore got it to my house a day earlier than estimated so I had the whole weekend to mess with it. I still recommend.
Great product and great price!
July 17, 2009(Mesa, AZ)
The Leo Vince Evo II exhaust immediately improved the overall performance and sound of the Shiver. As an added bonus the Evo II exhaust weighs several pounds less than the OEM. I shopped around and the Motorcycle Superstore price was well below other retailers. The only negative is the installation. Leo Vince gives you little or no instructions on how to install the exhaust. So if you are not mechanically inclined then you should have them professionally installed. This is not a negative but a suggestion. When the OEM exhaust is removed the bottom of the sub-frame/seat is exposed. You may want to fabricate a cover plate. It would be nice if Leo Vince offered this option.
Awesome Sound !!!
July 10, 2009(C.A, CA)
If you are thinking of getting a new exhaust for a ’07-’08 R1, this is the one. No need to look for others. I recently installed this Gp Style on my ‘08 R1, and the deep sound range was more than I expected. It just explodes!!! With silencer, it is somewhat normal. But without it, it's the sound of a damn monster!!! Oh yeah!!! You might want to put the silencer back in when warming up your bike. Please think about your neighbors, and don't forget to keep your manners.
Leo Vince Slip-On Exhaust
November 25, 2008(Tacoma, WA)
I recently purchased and installed a Leo Evo II slip-on exhaust system and cat eliminator mid-pipe for my Ducati Hypermotard. Installation was not too bad but instructions could have been a bit better as it was more than just a diagram. Once on, the system looks and sounds awesome. No problems with the stock fuel injection or ECU, fired the thing up and it ran great. Power seems to come on crisper and while I haven't compared it on the dyno I bet there's an increase in power too. Overall I'm really pleased with the look, sound and power of the Leo Vince exhaust.
Leo Vince pipe
September 29, 2008(naples, FL)
Installation was pretty straight foreword. Bracket a little off, but made it fit. Good sound. Quality seems to be good so far. May have to upgrade to a power commander to stop popping on deceleration. Plugged air lines from EPA related airbox issues and decreased some of the popping/backfire. Bike still runs a little lean. Customer service and shipping were excellent. Over all very happy and glad I chose the Leo Vince over the many other pipes available.