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Offline bolttd

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TOURER EXHAUST HEADER CHANGE
on: October 11, 2015, 05:55:36 PM
Hi - I own a 2014 X-Tourer and want to replace the full exhaust system on the bike.
This will include the replacement of the 28mm to 38mm exhaust headers & cat removal

P.S. Has anybody tried the road version VFR 1200 exhaust system on the Tourer .?

It will effect the low and midrange torque but should increase the output HP.
I have searched for a complete exhaust system replacement without success.

The cylinder outlet manifold is the same as the road VFR ( 38mm reduced to 28mm).
I have gutted the rear box and need some advise on how to remove the CAT conv.?
Any advise would be kindly appreciated .

Thanks
Derrick ( S.A.)

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Offline thetrecker

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Re: TOURER EXHAUST HEADER CHANGE
Reply #1 on: October 11, 2015, 07:04:23 PM
Hi Derrick,
will you post this in the correct section please.
Welcome to the forum
Tom
Thetrecker. Sometimes your the bug and sometimes your the windshield.

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Offline PhD Fr

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Re: TOURER EXHAUST HEADER CHANGE
Reply #2 on: October 11, 2015, 08:14:20 PM
Hi Bolltd,

Here you will find a full exhaust exchange supplier with interesting info on the gain you may expect but also other things you should change to take full davantage of the new exhaust : http://www.kainzinger.com/vfr1200/crosstourer-honda-vfr-1200-x-tuning/index.html
 
All of this is not exactly affordable...

Thanks to keep us posted

PhD

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Offline scotsy

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Re: TOURER EXHAUST HEADER CHANGE
Reply #3 on: October 12, 2015, 08:57:29 AM
search for decat pipe but there are many other issues to consider that make 1200f power an expensive nightmare to achieve  :305: