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post #11 of 23 Old 09-19-13, 04:02 Thread Starter
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I'm going to move this into the trade area so I can post prices and not have to keep PMing people.
We are in talks with someone in the US to distribute for us. That will bring shipping cost down we hope. But yes we can at the moment bulk ship and this will bring costs down.
Systems will work fine with the low tune by Triumph and we can offer tunes with systems.
I give all our tunes away free anyway so thats not a problem. We are however using TuneECU only at customers requests as we now get far better results with other methods.

The kit will come with a choice of silencer, two styles and three materials to choose from. A stub to weld to the stock headers just after the O2 sensor vus removing the CAT and in the case of the Daytona the exhaust valve. A mid tube section, a silencer and a bracket to mount the silencer to the rear foot rest mounting point. So sorry no rear pegs allowed.
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These kits would be made for pre-'13 models or available for all years?

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Do you have any pictures of this installed?
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Sorry guys been away at Assen so not had time to reply.
System or kit will be available for all models. Currently we have jigs made for the 2006/12 Daytona and 2007/12 Street Triple. We just need to sort the 2013s out.

Heres a pic of one fitted to my Street T


You can have the Serket can as pictured in stainless steel, carbon or Titanum.
Also we are doing the loud GP1 can



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Definitely would be interested!
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The Serket can...mmmm... That system is a thing of beauty!

A low exhaust is, in my opinion, the single best mod I've installed. The weight loss up high is unbelievable!

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i'd be more interested if you offered the Austin Racing gp ultimate carbon can .

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i'd be more interested if you offered the Austin Racing gp ultimate carbon can .

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We can do a Austin Racing one but they are twice the price at over £700
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Sorry guys been away at Assen so not had time to reply.
System or kit will be available for all models. Currently we have jigs made for the 2006/12 Daytona and 2007/12 Street Triple. We just need to sort the 2013s out.

Heres a pic of one fitted to my Street T


You can have the Serket can as pictured in stainless steel, carbon or Titanum.
Also we are doing the loud GP1 can



Love the carbon scorpion, what we looking at price wise for a slip on for a 13 daytona

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