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New Fuel Exhaust

Discussion in 'Exhaust System & Fuel Delivery' started by Moose, Aug 21, 2017.

  1. Moose

    Moose New Member

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    Hi all, here is a pic of my new Fuel Exhaust. Diablo mini model. Very happy with the price and quality of the product. Quick delivery time posted from England. Easy fitment.
     

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  2. Bravo

    Bravo Plenty in the tank Contributor

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    That looks nice,whats it sound like,?
     
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  3. Moose

    Moose New Member

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    Hey Bravo, definitely louder than the standard. Has a nice bark on start up, then quietens down through idle. With steady throttle it has a nice deeper note, but when you blip the throttle it is quite sharp in its note.
    If you go to their website there is a link to a video.
     
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  4. Richard Judd

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    Is that a Kriega bag on the pillion?
    If so what size and how or the fittings?
     
  5. Moose

    Moose New Member

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    Yes it is . That one is my 10ltr. I also have a 30ltr that will fit....sideways. Fitting the straps involved removing the seat and the tail side panels. Feed the straps through and around the steel frame section. A little bit of fiddling around but nothing to difficult.....took around 30 - 40 easy mins. The Kriega gear is worth every penny!
     
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  6. Peter Burridge

    Peter Burridge Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Fuel are made in my town. Very high quality and a good price too. Nice people.
     
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  7. GaryS

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    yeah - another Kriega user!
    10L is my bread and butter for commuting without panniers.
    20L is a 2-3 d trip or rain gear

    Though I installed the loops on the frame under the passenger seat - I like the way you did it - better look on the front straps. ill have to take a peak tonight. I'm assuming your attached to the frame under the seat and not just the seat itself?

    Been looking at other rear bags of late, but these have served me well for years and my 10L bag is going on 8 years and going strong. Money well spent.
     
  8. Moose

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    Gidday GaryS,
    Yes mate I removed the seat and the side panels. Feeding the straps through the frame for the front ones was easy. The rear straps took a bit more time and playing around with the path around the frame, but worth the effort.
     
  9. Richard Judd

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    I've just fitted a US10 on the pillion seat without removing the bodywork at all.
    Rear straps around the frame each side of the tail light mount and front strap just under the seat
     
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  11. zoidburg

    zoidburg New Member

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    Nice looking pipe that, are you still happy with it?

    I've just this morning ordered one of their 350mm mini F1R Road Exhaust which should arrive later this week. Being a bit of a tight wad it was either a Fuel or a GPR but I figured that as Fuel are UK based delivery would be quicker (they also get very good customer feedback generally and my Brother has one on his 1050 Tiger sport which he rates).
     
  12. Moose

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    Yes mate, very happy with it. I run it without the baffle, so gives a nice deep throaty note. May be just a little loud but no problems with the authorities.
     
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    Thanks for that, sounds like its exactly what I'm after!
     
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    I spent a few hours on the bike yesterday after fitting the Fuel f1r pipe and am very happy with it, I've only ran it with the baffle in so far but even so the exhaust note is very pleasing. Would certainly recommend Fuel.
     

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