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Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda CBR600RR
The LV One is LeoVince SBK's entry-level, full feature exhaust. Building on the success and modern design lines of the SBK Factory range, the LV One assumes the shape and construction of that design while adding new materials and a redesigned end-cap.
The LV One has that distinct LeoVince performance sound and is designed to enhance your bikes' performance throughout the entire RPM range. This is a premium designed entry-level exhaust and offers all the benefits of LeoVince engineering and design at a consumer friendly price point.
LV One exhausts offer:
CAD/CAM design for precise fit
Functionally designed to match the style and performance of the SBK Factory lines
End-cap constructed of a new proprietary LVHT1 (LeoVince high temp 1) "Techno-polymer"
Weight savings with Stainless Steel Exhaust: 4.1kg
Weight savings with Carbon Fiber Exhaust: 4.4kg
Slip-ons boost horsepower across RPM range (linear power)
TIG-welded 304 Stainless Steel link pipes
Sleeve options include Stainless Steel and Carbon Fiber
Removable EVOII sound insert for more aggressive tone
Machine-specific tuning to work with stock fuel settings
* Most applications
Note: Leo Vince Exhaust no longer features the "Leo Vince SBK" logo, please reference image #1 for the current exhaust logo. Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.
Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda CBR600RR 2007-2012
you want a nasty growl?
I have to say that this slip on sounds so bada$$.
the tone is perfect once you remove the insert baffler.
I looked at several different brands before making the choice to go with the leo vince unit.
so if you want that growl for your bike don't hesitate, you should go for it.
only con I would have is the overall length of the setup.
I have a intergrated turn signal on my cbr600rr and I had to use some brackets to lower it so the tailight wouldn't be visually obstructed.
April 22, 2015
The Leo Vince is an excellent exhaust.
To start out, It took me and my buddy a good 3-4 hours to put this thing on. Neither one of us has ever done it before, so that played a roll. We put back on the heat shield and all just like it is stock. The finish looks very clean! The exhaust doesn't stick out a lot from the tail and looks "right" on the bike. The sound with the silencer is very weak, but when you take it off, this thing screams attention. The sound is smooth, a low growl and when you rev it, it sounds like a race bike for the track. I get many compliments with this. I highly recommend this product and it is worth your money.
August 26, 2013
It took awhile for me to choose a slip on and Im glad I went with the Leo Vince. The fit and finish is outstanding and the sound in my opinion is just about perfect. I gave it top marks for just about everything except durability which I rated good only for the fact I havent had it on for very long. You wont be let down with this one.
February 25, 2013
Another winner by Leo Vince
- The Carbon Fiber finish looks great and feels high quality. Also, I was able to easily remove the gaudy sticker on the side with a pair of pliers for an even cleaner look.
- After removing the DB-Killer, this exhaust has an extremely satisfying growl to it (without being too loud). From the guttural low end to the F1 esque high end, I'm happy with it all.
- I have noticed small torque gains, but I haven't had the time to back that up with data.
- The exhaust does stick out a little farther out than I anticipated, however it doesn't compromise the look of the rear end. For those of you with integrated tail lights, I highly recommend a simple bracket to lower the exhaust (or else you'll be covering up the tail light itself).
- I rated it 4 stars ONLY because the exhaust sticks out a little farther than I would've liked, but otherwise it's an excellent addition to my CBR and WELL worth the money I paid.
September 16, 2012
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