I got a nice dead spot at low speeds and nothing too noticable anywhere else. If you want to make a ton of noise, an Akrapovic or D&D is a good choice. You could try looking up the different cans on youtube on more common bikes maybe.Yea i wish someone on here had one on their bike and could give a little insight. I don't want to buy it and be disappointed with the sound and power (if there is any to gain).
did u remap? it says on the site you dont have to...Here's a picture of my bike with the Beowulf can. Sorry for the poor quality, but you get the idea. Also, here's a link to their web site:
As GNTurbo6 attempted to explain to no avail, the muffler is not a slip-on but is a bolt-on, so no slip-on will work without first sawing off the muffler flange.er....this might seem like a silly question, but I've also been looking for a slip on exhaust. Can i just go ahead an fit any slip on?? If not, what's the things to look for? Is it just to make sure it's 3 bolts? (er, I think the S4 is 3 bolts...), or is there more to it.
Just saying cause there's a load of Triumph race cans going cheap on ebay at the moment, but they're either for Triples or Daytonas.