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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:47 pm 
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Not the ProCycle SS1 - not yet...

What we do have coming is the X3 Enduro from LeoVince.
Leo put this exhaust into production just for us - and all of you.
It's a semi-chambered design and does not require any re-packing.

Sound testing using the USFS procedure got us 84dB (on my 790) which is equal to a GSXR can system.
Louder than stock but much quieter than any other aftermarket muffler we have tried.

These are in production in Italy right now and the current ETA is March.

--> http://www.procycle.us/bikepages/dr650.html#leovince-x3

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:57 pm 
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So they won't be sold through other vendors?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:57 pm 
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Good news!

Always loved the LeoVince, and the non-repacking warrants the same sound level over longer time right? Any expected power gains? Or just on a par with the stock exhaust?

PS, aren't you afraid you may shoot yourself in the foot with the Leovince X3 over the ProCycle SS1?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 3:01 pm 
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Any specs on how much it weighs compared to the GSXR cans? I mean it should be loads lighter than the stock brick but if it comes close to the 40f0 then it should be awesome.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 3:23 pm 
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Ace! wrote:
So they won't be sold through other vendors?
Nope. At least not for a year or a few years.

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Always loved the LeoVince, and the non-repacking warrants the same sound level over longer time right?
Yes. Leo specifically says not to try to take it apart for packing.
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Aren't you afraid you may shoot yourself in the foot with the Leovince X3 over the ProCycle SS1?
Not at all. I believe there is plenty of room in the market for choices. When we have both choices ready I'll be happy selling either one.

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Any specs on how much it weighs compared to the GSXR cans? I mean it should be loads lighter than the stock brick but if it comes close to the 40f0 then it should be awesome.
It's no lightweight but certainly lighter than the stock monstrosity. The 40F0 has titanium internals. To produce something near that weight would double or triple the cost which of course would kill any hope of a sales success. I don't have exact weight specs but the shipping weight is listed at a little over 12 lb. For comparison the FMF Q-4 shipping weight is a little less than 8 lb. Leo packaging probably weighs at least a pound more than FMF packaging.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 7:39 pm 
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Does this exhaust have a replaceable endcap, and different inserts, like the regular X3? Or is it "as is" (which I'd prefer actually, never a discussion with the law).

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In my opinion it comes with too much stuff. There's a quiet tip installed from the factory, then there's a louder performance tip. Both of those work with the spark arrestor. Then there's another (slightly longer) performance tip that can only be installed without the spark arrestor.

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By the way, we've listed a special 'advance order' price. Anybody willing to pay up front and wait will save 40 bucks.
This also qualifies for free standard shipping within the US.

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ProCycle wrote:
In my opinion it comes with too much stuff. There's a quiet tip installed from the factory, then there's a louder performance tip. Both of those work with the spark arrestor. Then there's another (slightly longer) performance tip that can only be installed without the spark arrestor.

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Looking good, and looks exactly the same as the one I once had on my G650XChallenge

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 8:25 pm 
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Can you weigh it? Is it difficult to remove for that?

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