Author Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust  (Read 658 times)

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #10 on: Sep 21, 2022, 11.30 am
    Sep 21, 2022, 11.30 am
    Well just to give an opposing view, in what is admittedly a question of personal taste!

    I think the stock bike looks better.  As well as the issue of causing more pollution if you replace the complete system and lose the catalyser, to me it just makes the back end of the bike look overly skinny and unfinished, and even a bit untidy.

    Similar comments about the tail tidy too, to me it just makes the bike look visually unbalanced front to back, with the back end looking too small for the front.


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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #11 on: Sep 21, 2022, 11.52 am
    Sep 21, 2022, 11.52 am
    *Originally Posted by fred_jb [+]
    Well just to give an opposing view, in what is admittedly a question of personal taste!

    I think the stock bike looks better.  As well as the issue of causing more pollution if you replace the complete system and lose the catalyser, to me it just makes the back end of the bike look overly skinny and unfinished, and even a bit untidy.

    Similar comments about the tail tidy too, to me it just makes the bike look visually unbalanced front to back, with the back end looking too small for the front.
    :0461:
    The SC-PROJECT exhaust system for the Trident 660 looks better, is EURO 5 certified and also available in black ceramic. Will probably fit TS660. But OMG 💰💰💰
    https://shop.sc-project.com/en-NL/Bike_TRIUMPH_TRIDENT-660-2021-2022-/4696_SCP-T26A-C135-STR-1-muffler.htm
    Last Edit: Sep 21, 2022, 11.55 am by mustangpilot

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #12 on: Sep 21, 2022, 12.14 pm
    Sep 21, 2022, 12.14 pm
    Yap it is for the personal taste. Euro 5 zard has a small catalyser, but it's not that visible. In person bike looks way better.  :028:

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #13 on: Sep 21, 2022, 01.04 pm
    Sep 21, 2022, 01.04 pm
    *Originally Posted by mustangpilot [+]
    :0461:
    The SC-PROJECT exhaust system for the Trident 660 looks better, is EURO 5 certified and also available in black ceramic. Will probably fit TS660. But OMG 💰💰💰
    https://shop.sc-project.com/en-NL/Bike_TRIUMPH_TRIDENT-660-2021-2022-/4696_SCP-T26A-C135-STR-1-muffler.htm
    That does look nice, but I agree about the price - pretty hard to justify!

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #14 on: Sep 22, 2022, 01.15 am
    Sep 22, 2022, 01.15 am
    I’m looking into the Zard myself, I certainly like the sc project, but there is not a significant weight savings when compared to the zard.
    I am taking into consideration the emissions, therefore I am looking into a euro 5 system.

    In the grand scheme of things, some of the largest emissions come from freight ships. The emissions from a few of those ships are equal to hundreds of millions of passenger vehicles. So, I’m not too worried.

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #15 on: Yesterday at 05:19 pm
    Yesterday at 05:19 pm

    [/quote] does it work withe the panniers and the tail tidy?
    Last Edit: Yesterday at 05:22 pm by MikeSz660T

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    Re: Evotech tail tidy and zard exhaust
    Reply #16 on: Yesterday at 06:17 pm
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    *Originally Posted by MikeSz660T [+]
    does it work withe the panniers and the tail tidy?

     
    Yes