Topic: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?  (Read 1226 times)

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Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« on: 08/23/14 04:39PM »
Looking at Comp Werks slip on or an M4.  Comp has the db killer to quiet it down, M4 doesn't as far as I know so that's a point for Comp Werks.  I don't want extra noise I just want the weight savings and to remove the exup valve nonsense.

Anyone got an opinion as to which one?
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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #1 on: 08/23/14 04:42PM »
M4   :29:

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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #2 on: 08/23/14 06:42PM »
Comp werks. They are loud, but they look amazing. They are also made in the USA, nothing beats supporting good ol American craftsmanship.

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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #3 on: 08/23/14 08:13PM »
Thanks guys.  Any reason you'd choose those? I've had an M4 megaphone type slip on and had no probs with it.  Never tried comp werks but heard decent reviews.  as far as price the ones I'm looking at are $15 difference so that's not the issue.  here's what I'm looking at:
http://www.competitionwerkes.com/products/Triumph/2013/Daytona675/gp-slip-on-exhaust-WT679
http://www.m4exhaust.com/products/triumph-daytona-675-2013-STD.htm
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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #4 on: 08/23/14 08:21PM »
m4:

comp werks:
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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #5 on: 08/23/14 10:52PM »
I think the Comp Werkes is still pretty loud even with the db killer. That's only going by what I've read though.

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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #6 on: 08/23/14 11:28PM »
Oh the Comp Werks exhaust looks great!

I like M4 but not crazy about the carbon look...

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Re: Which Slip on for a '14 triumph 675R?
« Reply #7 on: 08/24/14 05:46PM »
it's  a bigger can on the m4 so that would help keep it a little quiet.  I'm looking for the manufacturers noise levels.  Akro says stock is 93 and theirs is 97.   I found another can made in CA called Coffman's http://coffmansexhaust.com/triumph-sport-bike-exhausts/.  They said + - 104@8,000 RPM which is too loud.  Going to call M4 tomorrow.
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