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post #1 of 12 Old 09-29-2007, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Leo Vince slip-ons

So I just completed putting on a set of Leo vince slip-ons the ones with street baffels not race baffels. They sound great not as loud as Sato's or others I've heard.

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Looks good man, where did you pick it up and how much? Any sound/video clips?

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Swing arm sticker? Common man!

Cool pipes get a

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Got them from kneedraggers 560 or something like that

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I got the carbon LV on order, can't wait for it to come in!

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They look good.can you give a model name,no.Thanks.Do you think they help performance and/or save a bit of weight.

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So I just completed putting on a set of Leo vince slip-ons the ones with street baffels not race baffels. They sound great not as loud as Sato's or others I've heard.
Do those have LV's removable secondary silencer?

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I got the carbon LV on order, can't wait for it to come in!
Here's what they look like:

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post #9 of 12 Old 09-30-2007, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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They look good.can you give a model name,no.Thanks.Do you think they help performance and/or save a bit of weight.
LeoVince Standard Mount EVO-II R
acing 2 Slip-Ons - Honda 919 - A
luminum Canister - Fits Year(s):
2002 to 2005
They are lighter that's for sure, they say they fit the 2002-2005 919 but mine is a 2006 model and it fit fine. The hardest part of the install was removing the old Y pipe that runs through the rear swing arm,. I had to cut it out. I really can't feel any performance change.

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Do those have LV's removable secondary silencer?
no removable secondary silencers they are not much loader than stock just the way they are, and much quiter the the stock 919 one with the baffels drilled out.

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The hardest part of the install was removing the old Y pipe that runs through the rear swing arm,. I had to cut it out.
Didn't want to unhook that shock, huh?

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Didn't want to unhook that shock, huh?
heck no, that would have been a total mess...

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