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post #41 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-20-2017, 01:05 AM
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post #42 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-20-2017, 07:16 PM
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@simpleTT Sorry I might be a bit simple, but I can't see a version on the SC website that doesn't include the stainless steel straps? They show two versions of the high-mount, one that includes a link pipe and one that doesn't, but in their gallery both versions include the stainless straps to mount.

http://www.sc-project.com/triumph_sp...ple_2011_e.htm

I love the look of your setup without the straps, and in my opinion the straps kind of wreck the look.

Can you take a picture of how your pipe is mounted?
edit: Never mind I just saw your picture gallery. I'll get in touch with SC to see which is the right one.

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edit2: Ignore me I just realised yours is a 16/17 bike! That explains why my brain was having trouble reconciling many of the details with the 11-15 models lol

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post #43 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-28-2017, 05:13 AM
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I've been running the SC Project dual high-mount carbons for some time now. I also had the Arrow map installed, and removed the DB killers... Very happy! Sounds awesome, and I get lots of compliments!
Same here! Love the twin high mount look. Sounds really sweet too. I think I used an Arrow map too and now the cans bubbles even louder then before when I brake. Really love that sound. Although others not so much.
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post #44 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-29-2017, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Only issue I have with the SC that I love the look and sound is the fit of the left can. Like the member DAD, (I think), he mentioned the cans not aligned from the rear.
Mine is obviously turn/rotated and higher than the right one.
I have to work with the attachment bracket to reduce the very obvious to me rotation/tilting.
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While this adds no value to the thread, I have to say this exhaust is one of the main reasons that I want a Speed Triple. So much want.

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post #46 of 51 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 03:08 PM
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Only issue I have with the SC that I love the look and sound is the fit of the left can. Like the member DAD, (I think), he mentioned the cans not aligned from the rear.
Mine is obviously turn/rotated and higher than the right one.
I have to work with the attachment bracket to reduce the very obvious to me rotation/tilting.
Is that normal and comes that way from SC?
You have a picture from the back to be able to see the difference you mentioned?
You think it's fixable?

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Is that normal and comes that way from SC?
You have a picture from the back to be able to see the difference you mentioned?
You think it's fixable?
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I adjusted the brackets and got most of it out. I guess that if you look for it knowingly, you can still see a little bit.

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I adjusted the brackets and got most of it out. I guess that if you look for it knowingly, you can still see a little bit.
Have a picture of before & after?

Do they come like that normally (un-level)?
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I would say that they come un-leveled, maybe it's the piping on my bike. I read someone else here had the same issue, but corrected it tweaking the brackets. Some aftermarket parts do need adjustments, but it's not a deal breaker. I am very OCD, that is the problem. I assure you once you here them roar, you will forget all about it. I'll try to snap a picture of the after, don't have the before.

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Looking from the back, my left exhaust is canted slightly further away from the bike at the top than the right side. Probably can be corrected easy enough with a slight bend of the bracket. However, if you weren’t really looking for it or dissecting the bike under a microscope, I doubt most people would ever give it a second glance. It would not be something I would be concerned about if you are interested in these exhausts.
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