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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 05-13-2018, 05:54 AM Thread Starter
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Trident Exhausts Photos and videos

We've just signed up as a site sponsor so can now post more information for people - I thought I'd start with some photos and videos
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I think you're gonna sell a lot of these...sounds great!
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I think you're gonna sell a lot of these...sounds great!
Agreed.
Especially while keeping the stock look (which i always liked too).
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Thank you, we certainly hops so. We've tried to keep to the stock look whilst making it better - so its about an inch slimmer than stock which is less bulky but the whole bike was designed by Triumph as one, so the exhausts style, to me , are integral to that design.

We've also made them from marine grade stainless so they'll look good and last for ever and they have a removable baffle to change the sound level. I've never like chrome plate on bikes - it looks great but it just doesn't last - mirror polished stainless is a better choice if you want to dress it up or of course we have the stock brushed look and stock black too.

It also helps that they come in $300 less than V&H, Zard or Remus, yet with better quality materials. Also, they fit the stock covers without modification unlike several other brands. We only sell direct which keeps cost down and we ship worldwide on UPS so can have pipes in the USA in 3 days or Australia in 5.

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My pipes arrive on Wednesday and canít wait to get them on the bike.

Peter at Trident is extremely helpful and always answers my questions (even at 8:30on a Sunday morning!) and I, too think Trident will sell a lot of these pipes. And Iím glad they are British, just like Triumph.

Iíve no doubt the quality will be excellent and befitting of a wonderful looking bike.
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We've just signed up as a site sponsor so can now post more information for people - I thought I'd start with some photos and videos
What did you do with the side stand stop, is it on the exhaust or have you mounted it to the frame like BC do?
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We've not used one as the pipe is slightly smaller it doesn't hit or rattle etc so not an issue
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We have a batch of 40 built and being finished today to ship from today for all outstanding orders

The next batch of 40 is already scheduled to start being made next week...

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