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Old 11-03-12, 12:36   #1
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Hey guys, is there any way visually to tell a TOR from a stock exhaust? When I bought my bike I got all the exhaust in a box, because I have a Zard system. Just curious if its full stock or TOR... Thanks!
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I believe TOR has one hole in the can, stock has three.

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Old 11-03-12, 13:03   #3
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Hey guys, is there any way visually to tell a TOR from a stock exhaust? When I bought my bike I got all the exhaust in a box, because I have a Zard system. Just curious if its full stock or TOR... Thanks!
If it looks like this, it's a TOR.
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Knolly is correct

TOR single hole
Stock triple


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It's also a straight through muffler, it has a bend but you can still see light through it.
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So after reading this thread I have realized that my bike came with one of these on it already... Do these offer any extra performance or are they just to have a bit nicer note over standard exhaust? What would a ball
Park figure I could expect if I sold my TOR with carbon fibre shield and end cap? Sorry for the questions, still learning my way around the Daytona!

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Old 11-04-12, 02:23   #7
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Hey thanks guys! I'll have to check but I think it's a stocker...
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