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  • Offline J-double-U   au

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    Offline J-double-U

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    Aussie Vandemon Full Exhaust
    on: October 22, 2022, 04:04:56 pm
    October 22, 2022, 04:04:56 pm
    G,day U Blokes & Blokettes,
    from a WET WET ☔️ Oz, I’ve been CORRUPTED  !!!
    Looking into Full Systems & I’ve come across the Ozzie branded Vandemon,
    Full Titanium system & now I don’t think I can look AWAY as it were.
    The workmanship looks TOP notch.
    The welding looks Quite incredible
    Did a search on the forum but I can’t seem to find a single mention of the brand here
    Excuse me if I’m doing that all wrong ?
    But any thoughts appreciated
    At $3,300 Aus it needs to be worth it 😮‍💨
    The whole lot inc muffler comes in at 6.2kg
    I wonder what the full standard system weighs ? 
    I’m on a 2018 Gitane Blue
    Who names a colour after a cigarette brand BMW ??
    Once a full system is installed will a punter ( me ) have a grin factor worth the wallet pain ?
    Thanx J-double-U

    Last Edit: October 22, 2022, 04:09:40 pm by J-double-U
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    Re: Aussie Vandemon Full Exhaust
    Reply #1 on: October 22, 2022, 08:42:12 pm
    October 22, 2022, 08:42:12 pm
    Never heard of them but they look nice enough,and you’ll have a mighty shock when you take the original exhaust system off cuz not only it’s restrictive but weighs a ton.

    You’ll need an aftermarket filter and some form of aftermarket fuelling, my preference has always been a PC, although I run Rexxer map on my K1200r Sport and in fairness runs very well, but it doesn’t have the feel that a PC has, but theirs another bike to be had inside the XR…well certainly the Gen1 there is, the problem being it’s costs.