Leo Vince Unobtanium Titanium Slip On in Minnesota

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OK Let's try this again.

Here is your chance to get what to the best of my knowledge was the second best slip on can available for this bike. These are no longer available. This Leo Ti can is in used but good condition. I repacked it one time. It has somewhere around 50K miles on it. The pics are of the item for sale.

$350 Shipped in the lower 48. Pipe is boxed and ready to ship to your location.

This pipe has been in every state in the lower 48 except Michigan. Here is your chance, buy this pipe, install it and ride to Michigan and you have yourself a 48 state pipe! And if you’re north of the Mason Dixon, you aint riding much anyway, you need a winter project!

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Two thoughts......what is the first best slip on?
does the can fit the OEM mid pipe?
Appreciate it
As far as what is the best based on Subjective opinion. All aftermarket will give the same performance. The subjective is based on what you want your bike to sound like and what is the prettiest. They all weigh close to the same...
 

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OK Let's try this again.

Here is your chance to get what to the best of my knowledge was the second best slip on can available for this bike. These are no longer available. This Leo Ti can is in used but good condition. I repacked it one time. It has somewhere around 50K miles on it. The pics are of the item for sale.

$350 Shipped in the lower 48. Pipe is boxed and ready to ship to your location.

This pipe has been in every state in the lower 48 except Michigan. Here is your chance, buy this pipe, install it and ride to Michigan and you have yourself a 48 state pipe! And if you’re north of the Mason Dixon, you aint riding much anyway, you need a winter project!

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WOW, these don't come up often ! Over the years this was by far the most popular muffler for the Tenere's ! GREAT MUFFLER !
 

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Two thoughts......what is the first best slip on?
does the can fit the OEM mid pipe?
Appreciate it
As far as what is the best based on Subjective opinion. All aftermarket will give the same performance. The subjective is based on what you want your bike to sound like and what is the prettiest. They all weigh close to the same...
IMHO the first best aftermarket pipe is the stupendously expensive Stayintune from our friends in Oz. I scored a used one, hence my Leo is for sale.

This Leo Vince is the Ti version. It comes complete as it was new. The carbon hoop clamp and the support bracket are not broken or cracked. It has the standard and downturn insert. Use the downturn, your turn signals will appreciate it!

It comes with it's own mid pipe, it will attach to either the the Yamaha OEM head pipe or the Arrow head pipe.

@~TABASCO~ , I ordered this pipe from you back in the early days. I have a nuclear bike.
 
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As far as what is the best based on Subjective opinion. All aftermarket will give the same performance. The subjective is based on what you want your bike to sound like and what is the prettiest. They all weigh close to the same...
Understand all the rational....was asking the OP to understand why the Leo slip on is 2nd best stated in the opening post. I will agree....the Staintunes are/were very nice! But that is an opinion.
 

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Understand all the rational....was asking the OP to understand why the Leo slip on is 2nd best stated in the opening post. I will agree....the Staintunes are/were very nice! But that is an opinion.
So do you want it?

I'll sweeten the pot seeing you are in Texas. We are coming down for Moto GP first week April. Then ride hill country. And if we can sort vehicle logistics a trip to Big Bend.

Fetch it up in lot N at COTA or? I'll provide beerz/cocktails.
 

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A bump even though the for sale ads are a tad slow in the winter. Someone needs an easy project! Lets move this good lookin pipe from my man cave to yours! Or your she shed if we have any lady riders watching the ads!
 

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Lets do the Humpty,........ the Humpty BUMP............ LOL




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