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When I was thinking about purchasing the Epco exhaust for my Legend, I couldn’t find a sound bite that would help with my decision making. So I took a leap of faith, ordered it from British Customs and installed it on my bike. I thought it mite help others considering this exhaust if I posted it on You Tube. Here’s the link, I hope this helps.

http://youtu.be/H8PvFNaoXE0
 

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Sounds nice. You must be happy! Noticed you have no crackling on decel either. Good one.
 

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Well done and thanks for doing the vid properly
, i found it last night .
Sean at BC has said $89 to ship to the uk and then our customs will grab £80 .


Your bike sounds great
 

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I have these on my 03 TBS. They are the best sounding pipes i have ever heard on a triple and EPCO does a great job with their construction.
 

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When I was thinking about purchasing the Epco exhaust for my Legend, I couldn’t find a sound bite that would help with my decision making. So I took a leap of faith, ordered it from British Customs and installed it on my bike. I thought it mite help others considering this exhaust if I posted it on You Tube. Here’s the link, I hope this helps.

http://youtu.be/H8PvFNaoXE0
Hi rixmix,

I have seen your film on youtube. A really fantastic sound! Exactly what I am looking for my '98 Legend.

Unfortunately, I do not think at EPCO exhaust just for the Legend. What exhaust have you taken? The compounds fit exactly or did you have to rebuild anything?

I am from Germany and would like to let me send anything wrong. Please excuse my bad English.

Thanks
Moorauge
 

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Hello Moorauge

The Epco exhaust is for the Thunderbird but will fit the Legend and Adventure as well. It's a direct bolt on with no modifications and rejetting your carbs is recommended, I have not done that yet. I got it through British Customs. Here's the link. If you have any more questions feel free to ask. I hope this helps.

Rick


http://www.british-customs.com/epco-triumph-thunderbird-exhaust.html
 

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Hello rixmix great sounding pipes I am thinking about getting a set for my Tbird and was wondering if the mounting brackets were included?THANKS.
 

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I reckon they sound about the same as my custom made stainless steel ones. Though I do get quite a bit of popping on the overrun.

It's OK but I understand it can be reduced by adjusting the airscrews?

Keep meaning to do a clip of mine but it's likely to be awhile now as they've started putting the dreaded salt down over here. :SadSigh
 

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+1 on Epco. I always get compliments on the sound of my bike.
 

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Hello Moorauge

The Epco exhaust is for the Thunderbird but will fit the Legend and Adventure as well. It's a direct bolt on with no modifications and rejetting your carbs is recommended, I have not done that yet. I got it through British Customs. Here's the link. If you have any more questions feel free to ask. I hope this helps.

Rick


http://www.british-customs.com/epco-triumph-thunderbird-exhaust.html
Thank you very much. Now the long search is finally over. I will order them to me before the spring. Your Youtube movie is really great. The only reason I started to search for Epcos. The manufacturer is not known in Germany. You should be involved in the sales. ;)

Thanks
Moorauge
 
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