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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-10-2018, 06:11 AM
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This is the Euro4 racing version with sound proofing (not empty pipes). It is loud but definitely not obnoxiously loud. If I would have had dB killers I still would have left them out, this is just what I had in mind.

Edit. I believe I can add dB killers in the top 2 pipes to answer your question, but I need to buy them separately.

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This is the Euro4 racing version with sound proofing (not empty pipes). It is loud but definitely not obnoxiously loud. If I would have had dB killers I still would have left them out, this is just what I had in mind.

Edit. I believe I can add dB killers in the top 2 pipes to answer your question, but I need to buy them separately.

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Not sure it is possible: on the Euro version (euro 3), the DB killers are fixed by a screw bolted externally from the wheel side. Not sure how you can maintain the DB killers without the hole on the wheel side on the pipes 2 and 3.
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Not sure it is possible: on the Euro version (euro 3), the DB killers are fixed by a screw bolted externally from the wheel side. Not sure how you can maintain the DB killers without the hole on the wheel side on the pipes 2 and 3.


Yeah you might be correct. I actually haven’t checked. I was basing it on the original author of this post was told he would get dB killers with his shipment, and HP hasn’t released the homologated version yet. They said it would be available in a couple of months.

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Correct, you can buy the db killers separately. In that case, they are screwed on. I am not sure of the cost though.

For the homologated version (to come), HP Corse will add a welding point to make them "permanent"!
However. this weld point can be grinded off.
According tho HP Corse, the homologated version should be available in the next few month.
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On the HP Corse Hydro Tre fitted to my TVL the two Allen bolts that hold the Db killers in were secured by a small tack weld. This was easily broken just by turning the bolt with an appropriate Allen key.
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post #16 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-14-2018, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
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I have finally received the exhaust with the db killers.
You can indeed break the welding point quite easily.
A few pics to demonstrate.
To be honest, the sound with db killers was really underwhelming.
I will try to post a with and without video soon.
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Hi Fred,
Just order one direct form HP Corse for €962 including shipping to Australia.
According to the sales rep, it will have the db killers in the kit and removable.
I'll let you know if they are really included.i am expecting it in 10 days so let's wait and see.
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Where are you seeing these exhausts for €962 ??? They're listed at around 1400-1500 for the dragster, I'm assuming it's not much different to the brutale price.
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Where are you seeing these exhausts for €962 ??? They're listed at around 1400-1500 for the dragster, I'm assuming it's not much different to the brutale price.
Hi Jogort,

They are not listed online for international market (only Europe and that includes their VAT).
However, you can contact HP Corse directly. This is what I did as I could not find a Euro4 version compatible with the new Brutale RR My17
Final price was €927 including shipping to Australia.
However, note that you'll have to add import duty as it is more than AUD1000 etc... So at the end it is still not cheap.

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Ah ok, I'm in europe and couldn't see any of their exhausts for that price.
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Ah ok, I'm in europe and couldn't see any of their exhausts for that price.
Have a look at omnia-racing.net, I bought a HP Corse Tre for my Turismo Veloce recently, and they were proposing a 20% discount compared to the price announced. The discount maybe still there, I didn't check. For the TV the cost was about 1122 euros without the shipping cost...
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