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1200 sport exhaust
« on: August 14, 2022, 07:30:03 PM »
Currently the only motorcycle in my herd with the stock exhaust can is the 1200 sport. I have a Mistral on the Stornello and adapted Bássa exhaust on the convert and an Agostini on the Griso.

The two bikes I'm currently riding are the convert and the 1200 sport, and the exhaust sounds so mild and quiet, especially compared to the awesome sound of the Convert. So I'm on the hunt for a different can. Any recommendations? I like the look of the zard and like the sound of the Agostini, but I don't want to spend $700. I need to maintain the same position as stock due to bags.

The stock exhaust sounds great but it doesn't have the bark I would like.
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The Living: 1976 Convert, 2007 GRiSO, 2016 Stornello #742, 2008 1200 Sport
The Departed: 2017 MGX, 2014 Norge GT,  In Stasis: 1978 XS750, XS1100SF

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Re: 1200 sport exhaust
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2022, 07:48:34 PM »
I been putting on the Tri-Oval on Ebay for $3--  and some change, same pipe for Breva & Norge
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Re: 1200 sport exhaust
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2022, 08:24:26 PM »
Yes, or similar but GPR. Good Pipe
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Re: 1200 sport exhaust
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Re: 1200 sport exhaust
« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2022, 07:33:50 PM »
Thanks Gents.

Never ran a GPR pipe, figured it was a Chinesieum bit, but see it is Italian.

I've run Agostini and Mistral on my Guzzi's, and Scorpion, Two Brothers, and Staintune on my other bikes.

GPR a good pipe? If so, is a real value.
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The Living: 1976 Convert, 2007 GRiSO, 2016 Stornello #742, 2008 1200 Sport
The Departed: 2017 MGX, 2014 Norge GT,  In Stasis: 1978 XS750, XS1100SF

 

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