No remap needed there, as Cuffsalot said, just silencers and no de-cat.Looks and sounds great! Wonder if it'll require a remap
Bottom of the bags may get a bit grubby and warm but as long as they don't contact don't see a major issue. Should dissipate the heat. Might affect a rain cover if it's plastic.Question, I measured my bags vs where the video shows the pipe placement. Looks like I have a couple of inches between the bottom of the bag and the exhaust ends. Is there any issue with the exhaust blowing up at the bags?
Thanks, I hadn't seen that. That's a bit rich. It brings up a question.€ 792.00......($888)
To be honest I don't see it as just a power thing as such.Thanks, I hadn't seen that. That's a bit rich. It brings up a question.
Are there enough T-120 owners who'll spend the money?
My perception is that with the prior gen Bonnies, there was a large number of owner looking for more power any way they could get it.
Now Triumph gives us a Bonnie that right out of the box hauls legitimate ass. So I wonder if there is that sense of urgency to squeeze more power.
For me, it's 1- about the look and 2- the sound, being perfectly honest. My Bonnie has all the power I need as it is bone stock.
Agreed, I rather spend a little more for a full 2 -1 tracker style or under belly system or similar set up.No remap needed there, as Cuffsalot said, just silencers and no de-cat.
They are offering exactly the same as Triumph and V&H, Off road and EU silencers and more expensive. Nothing really to see here..
De-cat and silencers and a tune are needed, not some half way fix IMO.