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TORS cans.

Is anyone running the Triumph off road race can?
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Any good?

I like them with the TOR tune. Woke the bike up alittle. They are not as lite as the Arrows but weight didnt matter to me. You will only lose a 1lbs over the stock cans. My buddies say they sound awesome. The only con on them is they are loud and you get a drone at 4K-6K if you dont have a snug helmet. The reason I say that is with my EXo-1000 Its quiet but with my ICON airframe its really loud inside the helmet. Hope that helps.
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I run the TORs . I like them . Very well constructed and sound great .Personally I think they sound better than the Arrows . I bought them because they looked similar to the stock cans . They're slightly longer and the exhaust hole is noticeably larger . The TORs with the TORs tune totally wakes up the bike . Front wheel comes up easier ..
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That's what I wanted to hear is that they sound good and I also wanted to keep the bike looking stock . Well I have bought some 2nd hand ones and should be here today. Well get it booked in also for a remap.
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Well turns out my TORS cans have been damaged in transit and now just waiting for a report from the courier. GRRRRR.
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The cans turned up today and it was only the box that was damaged.

So without any hesitation I was straight outside and got them fitted on the bike. Inc getting the bike on the paddock stand and getting my tools out the van and putting everything away it took less than 30 mins to swap them over.

I road straight to Destination Triumph in Bramley (my local dealer which is a 30 min ride LOL) and got the bike remapped. Bike sounds so much better with a nice deeper tone and crackles on the over run. The throttle response is now better I think and revs better to.
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The previous owner of the cans riveted some FUEL badges to the cans, so they dont look 100% stock. I'm thinking of adding some carbon heat shields to the cans.







And some sound clips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEclB...ature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbJKU...ature=youtu.be
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Thanks for posting this and your youtube videos. What a great help this is.

It doesn't seem like the arrow slip ons get much HP gain for $900. I've tried looking for dyno results but haven't seen anything concrete. I dig the stock looking double under seat pipes as well and what to stick with that style. I really like the look of the stock l like you were saying. Basically I just want some sound and if everyone's butt dyno's are feeling a difference, thats even better!
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