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Leo Vince Header Pipes Kit BMW R1200R 2011
fits well, not too difficult to install
I dropped my bmw r 1200 r and dented the header. It would have cost over $1000 to replace them with oem pipes so I purchased the Leo Vince headers from revzilla. My state doesn't check emissions for motorcycles, so while the bike does pollute more, it is still legal without the catalytic converter that is left out on the Leo Vince headers. The cost was about $400 which is quite reasonable. Installation was pretty easy. The only difficult part was removing a torx screw by the catcon which was in a tight location. The fit and finish are good. The bike seems to sound a bit better, but not much since I have the oem silencer still on. I don't notice much difference in performance. I plan to replace the silencer with a Leo Vince LV one stainless steel. That should improve the sound a lot. So overall I recommend the Leo Vince headers for the bmw r 12 r.
November 20, 2012
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