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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-18-2017, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Remus Exhaust

Remus just announced new slipons.
Dont know about the looks but they are the only manufacture i know so far that verify the improvement with a dyno chart (even though the power increase with the EU homologatet version is not that big, i dont know if there is also a non homologatet version )

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Interesting that they went with an almost identical look to the stock silencers. For me, I dislike the size of the stockers.


That said, Remus has made great exhausts for cars, I suspect that would carry over.
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840 euro's, dear god that's expensive for what they are

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Just talked with Remus US distributor, pricing in the US will be $1099 (ouch) and availability Decemberish. Don?t see these moving that well.
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Boogers can't edit this late...

Indeed, 2x the cost (and change) than the BC Tips, more than the BC sleepers that made my blood run cold at the thought of baked beans on toast for a month and for a set of exhausts that don't have the adjustable endcap you get on the V&H, I really think they have dropped the ball or are thinking that a trumpet owner is willing to throw cash at anything shiney like (no offence meant by the following comment) a HD owner is!

I have sworn by Remis exhausts on many of the bikes I have owned and some of thier offerings had me playing Tail end Charlie on runs because no one wanted to be behind me, but these...well, i'll be prepared to eat humble pie if anyone wants to both take one for the team an pick a set up and pop round my place so i can hear em lol

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In most places, it is possible to have one off, custom made pipes for less than that. Why price yourself out of the market?
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I too had Remus exhausts on some of my cars. Always happy with the quality & sound. The only remus i owned on a bike was for a BMW K1200R and it sounded great.

Saying that, the Bobber ones are too expensive for plain looking slip ons that will sound exactly the same as the stockers! They also look relatively similar to stock. For that price they should at least offer removable db killers!

So far my favorite aftermarket exhausts are the Zards and the BC straight pipes.
I also think the OEM exhausts look great, but are far too quiet.

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My adapter pipes and Goldie silencers are very loud, great classic sound, total cost less than £200.
The price of some of these other pipes is exorbitant.
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post #10 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-30-2017, 05:47 PM
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So quick update, I let them know that the price point was high, they are lowering the msrp to $999 and also a possible release discount if interested. Will post details as I have them.
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