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post #21 of 27 Old 02-23-17, 11:25
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I was going to get some proper photos but I forgot.

All you need to remove the dB killer is snap ring pliers. I took the dB killer out before I fitted it to the bike, it's loud but sounds awesome.

There is no backfiring but it does crackle and pop on the overrun which I believe is the SAI system.
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post #22 of 27 Old 03-08-17, 05:47
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Cool

Thank you Gaz :)

I just received mine yesterday and mounted it straight on the bike .

First impressions:
Finition is really good, worth for me the eur460 spent on it.
Mounting is easy, comes right in place.

First start with DB killer in... :) :) :) :) not so lound, just good , nice sound !

then taking it off.... a shiver of delight... turning your right hand is just like Knock Knok Knockin' on heaven's door !!!
I was in love with the deep sound of my 4 in line 750cc of my previous kawasaki, but now that I can hear this music, cm'on I love it too !!

Burbling a little bit, guess will be louder after some heating of the first kms

The shifter, sound's like someone is shooting a gun on your side !

I can't wait next tuesday to do first trackday with it, will try to tape some go pro rush, and will also cross finger for not having to put back DB killer :)

So to everyone who are in doubt, don't hesitate !! perfect look, perfect finition, perfect sound :)
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post #23 of 27 Old 03-08-17, 06:22
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I like the looks. looking forward to sound clips next
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post #24 of 27 Old 11-21-17, 23:51
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I just finished installing sc s1

1. After I removed small clamp to remove the db killer, but its not coming out, should i just brut force it to pull db killer out?

2. After install, i did test ride and when I came back, i smell burned, is it normal??
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post #25 of 27 Old 11-22-17, 08:56
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If the smell you're talking about is something like new metal being heated up then yes that is normal. My custom Arrow did the same thing. It also happened when I had my headers modified. I imagine it's the new metal "breaking in".

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post #26 of 27 Old 11-26-17, 20:34
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I just finished installing sc s1

1. After I removed small clamp to remove the db killer, but its not coming out, should i just brut force it to pull db killer out?

2. After install, i did test ride and when I came back, i smell burned, is it normal??

I have the SC Project Conic. I love it. I removed the baffle by removing the bolt first and then putting my pointer finger and middle finger of both hands inside the end of it and applying pressure to the sides and pulling outward. (Insert jokes now!)
Thatís how I got it out without using any tools that would damage anything. GL

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I recently picked up a near new and in perfect condition, second hand S21 Conic for $300. Even with the baffle in, I really love the sound.... punchy and powerful sounding without being annoyingly loud.
And the Triumph aftermarket exhaust ECU map mates quite perfectly with this exhaust.
A small, but noticeable change in power characteristics... engine seems extra happy now...like it was made for an exhaust like this....=)
Great upgrade.
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