18 Jun 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on TRIUMPH STREET TRIPLE 675 2013 – SC-PROJECT CONIC EXHAUST How To Make…
Triumph Street Triple 675


What do you think about this video?

dirtmaop: can’t wait to buy this in 2015. Long time but still can’t wait for the bike haha.п»ї

victor rodriguez soler: the sound is amazing, but, will the passenger’s foot have some problem with the warm air of conic exhaust?п»ї

calvin low: Nice п»ї

Jason Daniel: I need this.

Jeremy James: Is this a straight replacement or do I need to change the fuel mapping. Much nicer than the arrow upgrade I think.

Triumph675dude: Haha one’ yes I can’t spell

Beaver 314: then it’s decided 🙂 🙂 i have a feeling i’m notta gonna want to let the throttle off once i get going. this sound is addictive man!

KYHicky: Recently picked up on of these. Took them about a week to ship it out and only took 3 days to arrive at my door once shipped. Pretty impressive considering it came from Italy.

I’m more then happy with my purchase and their customer service.

Daniel Hodkinson: I ordered one of these exhausts for my new street triple R 2013 3 weeks later I’m still waiting when I complain thee answer I get is your goods will be shipped within the week the delivery states 2-3 days I’m sorry SC projects but that is terrible customer service, I guarantee that your commercial clients don’t wait this long. Not a happy customer!

MotoRoarAustralia: Yep jathe5th, with the supplied removable baffle in. the Conic is entirely street legal complete with an EU approved card, however baffle out, haha that’s when the fun really begins!

James B: Sounds awesome

MotoRoarAustralia: Actually, whilst half to full systems and any de-cat pipes require remapping to ensure they don’t run to rich or worse too lean, the SC-Project Conic slip on for the Street does not due to the internal dimensions designed to resemble that of the original. We respect opinions however in FACT A tune would make little to no difference to this model. Thanks none the less for trying.

Beaver 314: Is this beastly exhaust street legal and EU approved:)? Bcause i want one!

Harris5583: Awesome! Any plans to make one for the daytona ?

DWhite456: I like it. fit on a Speed Triple?

Andy Mello: Would this fit onto the arrow 3-1 header?

eddi0111: Sensationell. Optik Sound Weltklasse.

OldManTriple: Great option to replace the hideous stock pipes on the ’13 STR!

castrejon321: That sound gave me a hard on

Tunerete: Can this be fitted to a 2009 Street Triple?

Triumph Street Triple 675

Christopher King: Can I get one for my Sprint 955i RS?

blaneysiktube: That’s naughty

MotoRoarAustralia: At the risk of flowing accusations of bias I think your right jezzajames and to answer your question, the Conic on the ’13 Street Triple doesn’t require any remapping.

Eduardo Nogueira Nogueira: this new light kit mischaracterizes this bike :/ the old ones is much more beauty and functional!

Eduardo Nogueira Nogueira: Much better this one, and the sound is freaking amazing!

MotoRoarAustralia: Sick looking pipe! Feedback has been awesome. Not available for the Speeds but SC have plenty of other options for your ride.

bznchris: Is this with or without baffle/db-killer?

alex lycaon: how much

DownBusiness: Naaaiiceeeeeee!

Triumph675dude: I’ve got on coming in on tuesday!!

TheBPJo: Actually you need to modify the mapping on every slip on or exhaust system. With the sc-project it will run much richer and you will lose torque and power, if you do not change the mapping.

Michael Ball: Awesome. The one thing I would change though is the front headlight setup. It freaking ugly. Pair of small projector lights would look better in my opinion 🙂

Vitor Mal: muito bonito ronco do motor. п»ї

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