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UK legal exhaust required?

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I am based in the UK. Does anyone know of a Company who supply a slightly louder exhaust for the MV F4.

I have a 2000 model with black standard exhausts however I would like slightly more noise but remaining road legal.

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none that i know of are legal
so your have to do the gaz mod for a bit more noise i'm uk and going this route as having ti moriwalki race pipes on my sp1 you could hear me a mile away changing gear and givin it beans not worth the hassle and i had to ride behind everyone as it annoyed them sounded good with ear plugs in tho

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I dunno I have FBF or SIL MOTO same thing. And people say they are loud but I dont find them any louder than a typical Yosh or Akra pipe. They do sound bad ass though. But if you are up in the pipe I dont think it would be any louder than a standard slip on pipe.
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I did the Gazman mod last night and will post a detailed description + photos tonight. I haven't fired her up up i think it will be pretty loud. There are no baffles and stuffing in the pipes.

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People,

I am based in the UK. Does anyone know of a Company who supply a slightly louder exhaust for the MV F4.

I have a 2000 model with black standard exhausts however I would like slightly more noise but remaining road legal.

Cheers





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Possibly consider the Road spec Euro 3 Silmoto Exhaust slip ons, they are not too loud and UK road legal.

check out our link:

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Silmoto...F_FOUR_SLIPONS

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Hi mate- iv had the Casoli conversion to my F4 and a power commander-

Results are faultless, bags more mid range, ironed out power curve and +6bhp

If your going on the track though!!!! i only passed the noise test after letting it warm up and passed it by 1dcb fekin brilliant :-)

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What about the RG3's?


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What about the RG3's?
Are they road legal

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Are they road legal
No... but hardly noticeable if you change the collar stamped with 'not for road use - track use only'
You might have a look to Arrow's Thunder slip ons they are road legal with remouvable baffles...
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