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Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015
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  • Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 - Stainless Steel
  • Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 - Stainless Steel
  • Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 - Stainless Steel
  • Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 - Carbon Fiber
  • Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 - Carbon Fiber

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Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X

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: 1.21kg
  • Weight savings with Carbon Fiber Exhaust: 1.57kg
  • 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 
  • Leo Vince Exhaust no longer features the "Leo Vince SBK" logo, please reference image #1 for the current exhaust logo
This Product Fits:
Honda
NC700X 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
NC700X ABS 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stainless Steel 835538 8700 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Carbon Fiber 835541 8701 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Honda NC700X 2012-2015 4.9 5 18 18
Good product Sounds decent, not as smooth as the original though. I'm guessing that wasn't the point anyway. Install was a snap. Looks good. Haven't noticed a difference in gas mileage. Get it if you want to try something new. April 19, 2016
Great sound I haven't had this too long, so I can't REALLY comment on durability, but it is carbon fiber and I'm trusting other reviews on that. The install was fairly easy, only hard part was the spring. I don't have any specialty tools so it was all muscle for that, but it isn't too bad. In terms of sound, I took the db killer out first thing and have no regrets on that. Absolutely awesome, but not too loud that it'll give me a headache. March 22, 2016
Easiest and best mod so far... I bought this slip-on to add some character to my nc700x and maybe a little performance. This was well worth the money and I strongly to anyone who's on the fence. I love the NC and how versatile and refined it is. Because the engine is so smooth and the suspension is relatively soft, you can ride for hours without feeling any negative effects. However, it can feel a little too refined to the point where the experience can feel a little vanilla. In fact, sometimes I felt like I was riding the motorcycle equivalent of a hybrid car. It didn't feel like the NC had a real engine in it. By adding the LV one EVO II slip-on and a set of Oxford bar end mirrors, I Immediately felt a huge difference in the bike's personality. The Leo Vince obviously added a much deeper, throatier growl to the bike. It's especially noticeable in the low and midrange of any gear and when you fully open the throttle. I don't know if there is any performance gains from this (even considering I put in a K&N air filter a few months back) but I really wasn't looking for any. The biggest effect from this change was a great sound that reminds you this is a real motorcycle. Oh, and I'm also happy to say that the bike didn't loose it's refined feel. There is no popping or crackling on decel, just a really deep, resonating, visceral sound. I love hearing it. I also added on the Oxford bar-end mirrors from Revzilla (about $30) that also added to the character change. The installation of the mirrors required me to remove the bar weights that are used for vibration dampening. This, along with the slip-on, allows me to really feel the engine. It isn't as vibey as a full exhaust on a cruiser (that can feel unbearable after 30 minutes of freeway riding) but you still get a feeling that there's some attitude from the NC that wasn't there before. I made these two changes at the same time so I don't think I could credit the change in character to just one mod, hence the reason I'm mentioning the mirrors here. I should also mention that I have taken the db killer out. I was going to put it back in to see how the bike sounded but I can't get the set screw secured. The holes in the baffle and the muffler don't quite line back up regardless of what I try. Without the baffle, the bike is noticeably louder than stock, but not obnoxious. I have a neighbor on my block whose HD is unquestionably louder. Anyway, if you love the simple practicality, versatility, and refinement that the NC offers but wish it didn't feel and sound so boring, make these two changes. It feels like a completely different bike but it still maintains all the positive attributes that made me purchase it in the first place. March 20, 2016
Just what I wanted! While being a moto 'rookie' (on my second bike, haven't done a lot of wrenching yet), I did a fair amount of research on how to improve the sound and performance of my cycle. One of the 'easy' steps was to buy a new muffler, so when the opportunity presented itself (in the form of a wipeout that effed my stock muffler) I jumped on the Leo Vince muffler as my replacement. After a quick and easy install I went for my first ride and was blown away by the difference. Such a better sound and a VERY noticeable pep in performance, exactly what I was hoping for! (sound note: definitely on the throaty side, no wailing here...I love it) December 7, 2015
Great pipe Fit and finish are excellent, sounds amazing. The baffle does a great job of killing the sound if you need it. October 19, 2015
Extra Parts in Box Overall the exhaust is just what I wanted. Looks good, deep rumbling sound and not excessively loud with primary db killer in place. Carbon fiber surface does not get warm enough to burn. Inside the box was an additional plastic bag with a round perforated disk. The disk is not mentioned in the instructions. (Picture of disk attached.) The instructions do cover removal of the db killer already installed in the back of the exhaust. I installed the exhaust without the part and was pleased with performance. I sent an email to Revzilla and received a reply confirming the disk fit inside the exhaust held in place by the header pipe. I installed the disk and sound volume was reduced to stock pipe level. I contacted Leo Vince USA direct and was told the disk is provided for some European locations with very restrictive noise limits. They informed me it restrictive enough to impact engine performance and very few customers install the disk. I removed the disk and was again. pleased with sound level from exhaust. I passed the information back to Revzilla so they can advise future customers of the purpose. The disk is used in many of Leo Vince's exhausts. Overall happy with the deep sound and reasonably increased volume. I have no desire to remove the installed db killer and my neighbors still like me. August 24, 2015
This product is great This exhaust is great it was really easy to install and it made my bike sound so much better. July 1, 2015
fast delivery looks good and sounds great nice item for the money also very light with good looks and sound, happy with it so far September 9, 2013
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