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Old 04-02-2011, 04:50 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I watched a YouTube vid of the Dan Motos on a 675 and wow did they ever sound awesome! You should have tried them out before trashing them. Showed the guy wheeling past the camera and winding it out down the road and they sounded way better than a lot of others on YouTube. That connector pipe weld is under the seat and is not noticeable. Actually from a distance they look great. I'm going to order a set of the titanium jobs (hey only $250) cos I just want to put them on temporarily cos of the noise and cops. I have TuneEcu and I can try the twin Arrow or Tor map with them. No way I am going to pay $600-1000 for aftermarket jobs which I don't think look or perform any better. - Wayne
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Old 04-02-2011, 06:06 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I watched a YouTube vid of the Dan Motos on a 675 and wow did they ever sound awesome! You should have tried them out before trashing them. Showed the guy wheeling past the camera and winding it out down the road and they sounded way better than a lot of others on YouTube. That connector pipe weld is under the seat and is not noticeable. Actually from a distance they look great. I'm going to order a set of the titanium jobs (hey only $250) cos I just want to put them on temporarily cos of the noise and cops. I have TuneEcu and I can try the twin Arrow or Tor map with them. No way I am going to pay $600-1000 for aftermarket jobs which I don't think look or perform any better. - Wayne
Black street triple? Thats me on my old one before a car cut its life short.

The Danmotos sounded awesome, real angry!

If you do get them the TOR map is the way to go
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:29 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried to deaden these noisy exhausts?
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:44 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried to deaden these noisy exhausts?
I bought the DanMoto baffles (about $20) and threw them in. Helped deaden the heavy duty low RPM drone, to the point that it no longer drives me crazy. Rumor has it that, with the baffles in, they get better with age as well. We'll see...

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Old 11-17-2012, 01:46 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried to deaden these noisy exhausts?
I ended up using two pair of the db killers. I found that with one set installed the mufflers were still to loud so I installed another set on the inlet side. With both sets in the bike still sounds great. It's still a bit louder than stock at an idle but isn't to much louder than stock once underway. I haven't noticed any loss in performance and I don't get hassled by the police on my way home from work at 10PM.
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Old 11-17-2012, 06:03 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I've read some people wrap the baffle with steel wool.
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Old 11-17-2012, 06:06 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Best to always use tight fitting ear-plugs with ANY loud high-mount exhaust (the wind noise reduction is a bonus). Helmets tend to amplify the sound way louder than the pipes really are, especially below 6000 rpm, because the pipes are right behind you. Keep the revs low until you are away from urban areas to avoid the attention of police. The 20589 tune (new TORS) works nicely with the Dans and always install the baffles (tap them in on the inlet side with a hammer and large socket). At least if one does not like the loud high-mount exhaust you won't be out a sh*t load of money with the Dans. Mine are two years old and still solid like new. - Wayne
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Old 11-17-2012, 08:37 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Best to always use tight fitting ear-plugs with ANY loud high-mount exhaust (the wind noise reduction is a bonus). Helmets tend to amplify the sound way louder than the pipes really are, especially below 6000 rpm, because the pipes are right behind you. Keep the revs low until you are away from urban areas to avoid the attention of police. The 20589 tune (new TORS) works nicely with the Dans and always install the baffles (tap them in on the inlet side with a hammer and large socket). At least if one does not like the loud high-mount exhaust you won't be out a sh*t load of money with the Dans. Mine are two years old and still solid like new. - Wayne
I've been using ear plugs and they sound beautiful with the earplugs in. However the annoying thing is I keep forgetting to plug them in before I strap the helmet plus I can't use my helmet bluetooth handsfree.
In regards to the TOR map, what are the benefits of remapping? I've read its to make the mixture richer because there's less back pressure, if so does that means it will use more fuel?
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:11 PM   #29 (permalink)
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If you are using DanMoto or another loud high-mount exhaust then the Triumph tune 20589 for freer flowing exhaust works best. I found that the stock tune felt a bit too lean with the Dans, and the slightly richer tune felt better and also allows the engine to run a bit cooler. (I also drilled a lot of extra holes in the plastic air intake held on by one Torx screw). Make sure the dealer does a proper TPS (throttle position sensor) reset after installing a new map. The dealer shouldn't charge much to do it. - Wayne
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Old 11-19-2012, 10:00 PM   #30 (permalink)
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I just tried to remap it with 20589 however it says the map isn't compatible with my bike. It's an 09 Street triple
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