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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-12-2018, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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Please help. Need aftermarket exhaust

I can not find an after market exhaust. My bike is not called a sport in the U. S. It's a 2010 Tiger 1050 SE ABS. I can't find one slip on that will fit under my side case or as you call pannier
***??? You must have Tigers with panniers? What do you use
I don't want to pay 1k dollars either. I'd like one with a removeable baffle. Any suggestions? Looking for a low throaty sound. I tried Werx Scorpian Vance and Hines??? I don't get it. Please reply to [email protected] thanks mates
You make a great triple!! I'm not a Harley guy.
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Anyone? No responses?
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I have a Lextek and a bit of fetling....
Its the one for the speed triple, a short piece of stainless and an extra clamp....
Baffle in nice sound, baffle out even nicer but a little tiresome on long journeys...
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Please help. Need aftermarket exhaust

I thought I previously replied to this post but I donít see it so Iíll try again.

I also have a 2012 SE ABS with stock panniers. Look at Delkevic silencers. They have several options that fit and most are just over $200. Good quality and easy to install.
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Thanks I'll check it out
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I can not find an after market exhaust. My bike is not called a sport in the U. S. It's a 2010 Tiger 1050 SE ABS. I can't find one slip on that will fit under my side case or as you call pannier
***??? You must have Tigers with panniers? What do you use
I don't want to pay 1k dollars either. I'd like one with a removeable baffle. Any suggestions? Looking for a low throaty sound. I tried Werx Scorpian Vance and Hines??? I don't get it. Please reply to [email protected] thanks mates
You make a great triple!! I'm not a Harley guy.
I have Quill. Looks great sounds great.
http://www.quillexhausts.com/catalogue/Tiger.html
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I have a Delkevic muffler on my 12 Tiger 1050 SE ABS and love it. Looks great, sounds great and fits great. Smaller than the OEM muffler, so no issues with Pannier. Also has removable baffle, which I removed. These pics were taken after installation. I`ve had it three years with no issues. $250 bucks well spent.

https://www.amazon.com/Triumph-Tiger...r+1050+exhaust
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I have a Lextek and a bit of fetling....

Its the one for the speed triple, a short piece of stainless and an extra clamp....

Baffle in nice sound, baffle out even nicer but a little tiresome on long journeys...


Great idea - so all you had to do was cut up a piece of metal to extend from the rear footrest down to the clamp?
The pipe fit onto the existing exhaust outlet no issues ??


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Great idea - so all you had to do was cut up a piece of metal to extend from the rear footrest down to the clamp?
The pipe fit onto the existing exhaust outlet no issues ??


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If you buy the link pipe for the speed triple (C) all you need is a short piece of pipe (A - Its inside so you cannot see it) that joins the link pipe to the original exhaust.
If you have centre stand you will need another clamp (B) to act as a stop when the stand is up....
And also make a hanger piece to go down from the rear foot peg, which has an M8 thread in the rear already, to the clamp.

Hope this helps.
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