Leo Vince GP Corsa Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2015
The product has great features
The Leo Vince exhaust is great light weight, increase throttle response, and sounds is amazing. The loudness actually prevented me from being hit a few times.
March 30, 2015
The installation was as easy as it gets, even though the instructions were all in French. I chose to go with the baffle out and love the sound that it upgraded my bike to. Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants a great sounding slip-on for a great price
April 14, 2014
Made the Ninja 300 sound mean. Came with a baffle that can be removed or installed easily.
March 3, 2014
Excellent for price
Took 15 mins at most to install sounds great looks great.
January 27, 2014
Awesome bang for the buck
Super easy install, great sounding pipe now, went from the machinery sound to a little more throaty and worthy of notice without being annoyingly loud and disturbing the neighbors
January 6, 2014
So much better
I bought the carbon fiber finish and it looks sooo much better than stock. First time riding with it just made me so happy just because it sounds 500x better than stock. I've used the baffle since day one, but with it is loud enough( and cool enough ) for me. Install might take a while longer than expected? Little tougher than how i thought, but got it on without too much of a prob. Overall, so glad I bought this badass exhaust and thank you to Leo Vince for making it so affordable.
December 23, 2013
Yes it's worth it and baffle in vs. baffle out
I've been eyeing this thing for a while and now that there are plenty of reviews and YouTube videos, I finally gave it a shot. I am so glad I did because the GP Corsa is a very nice upgrade for a perfectly fair price.
Installation was easy with the bulk of my time spent removing the massive stock muffler. That thing is a huge, bulky pain. Installing the LV GP C was really simple, really straightforward and took about 20 minutes. I'm pretty mechanically inclined, but have no automotive experience. I was a little intimidated at first but it seems silly to me now after now easy it was to install.
Baffle out: HOLY SH**! It sounds absolutely beastly. Deep, throaty, loud, perfect. While riding it, people definitely notice. I witnessed several people turn their heads to see where it was coming from only to see me on 300cc's of fury. You'll also get that echo every time you go under an overpass. You know what I'm talking about. The echo your friend on the 600 can produce and you never could. But the baffle out isn't all good. In fact, the pluses end there. There is a significant power loss with the baffle removed. And when I say significant, I mean you will notice it immediately all the way through the range at any speed in any gear. The throttle smoothens out and becomes much less responsive, acceleration suffers significantly and the power band doesn't really start until around 7500 where with the stock can it was around 6000. I didn't hate it, but I knew what I was missing. It's also so ungodly loud at higher rpm that I, like another reviewer, got a headache while testing it out on the highway. Right around 8000 it just hit that sweet-spot perfect note that made my ears begin to crackle. Not something I'd want to endure for a long ride.
Baffle in: It still sounds good. I definitely does not sound bad at all. But it doesn't even come close to the amazing sound of the baffle out. It's still louder than stock, still snaps and pops, still sounds like you upgraded it. But you don't lose any power. Baffle in feels just like stock. No power loss whatsoever.
So in vs. out will be for you to decide. I will be leaving it in most of the time but there will be times where I'll want it out to get the sound. It's only one bolt holding it in. You can even do it if the bike is hot by pulling it out with a pair of needle-nose. You could switch mid ride of you wanted to. Wrap it in a rag and throw it in your backpack.
So this is worth every penny, if you're thinking about it, just do it. You'll he glad you did and you'll save so much money over something else. I actually wanted to give it 4.5 stars but that isn't an option so I figured it deserve a round-up instead of a round-down.
December 21, 2013
Sounds Great, Looks Great, HALF the price of Yoshi/Two Bros
Bought a Leo Vince Slip on Exhaust for my Ninja 300 for ~$200. I compared extensively with Two Brothers, Yoshimura, etc., exhaust's; trying to figure out what made those other brands far more expensive. The same exhaust was around ~$200 more than Leo Vince and had iffy reviews. I look a chance on the Leo Vince and I'm very glad i did.
I bought the carbon fiber one, which looks and feels amazing. Slips on nice and easy, and it sounds flawless. It occasionally has a crackle when you start to slow down which i find enhances the sound. This exhaust has a beautiful, loud deep-tone that catches eyes and ears. Also comes with a Baffle that you can take out/put on, I didn't put it in and it sounds great.
I've had it on for around a week, so Not too sure about the durability, but so far so good. Install was easy, had a buddy do it in less than ~15min.
I elected the free-shipping, which came one day late, but I understand due to Christmas being around the corner/very busy. I couldn't have asked for a better exhaust ESPECIALLY with about how cheap this one came and how great it sounds.
December 17, 2013