Leo Vince LV-One EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Triumph Tiger 800 2011-2012
Huge difference! Forget the Arrow.
Easy to install
Beautiful carbon finish that stays cool to touch.
Added a beautiful low end growl to balance the whine of my Tigers triple inline engine noise.
I took the "made to remove" baffle out and just love it, its throaty and loud, but not obnoxious or glass shakingly loud, your miles may vary depending on what type bike you have.
For the results, looks, and price point I just can't justify going to an Arrow or similar slip on that's more expensive.
April 7, 2014
El sonido mejora radicalmente entre el escape oem y leo vince, ligero y de fácil instalación
La relación precio benefico es muy buena si lo comparas contra otras marcas similares
April 7, 2014
Excellent SlipOn for an even better price.
I got the Stainless version of this exhaust for my TIger. I installed it myself in under an hour, everything fit perfectly, no need to bend anything into place. I left the dB killer in for now and it isn't very loud, but gives a much better tone than the stock unit. While riding the bike you still hear more of this bike's very loud intake than you do of the exhaust, but I can't say what passerby's hear more of.
it's also about half the size of the stock exhaust and makes the bike look a lot better, and it doesn't get nearly as hot. I plan on taking the dB killer out once I get a chance to take it in to the dealer and have them switch the bike over to the higher performance engine map. Overall fit an finish is fantastic.
One thing to note is that this item does not ship from RevZilla's Philly location, it comes from another warehouse in California, and ships FedEx instead of the usual UPS. I usually get items to my house in CT the next day when I order from RevZilla with standard shipping, but this item didn't ship until a few days after I ordered, and then took a week to get here. About average for ordering stuff online, but not at the level of RevZilla's usual super fast processing.
March 24, 2014
great exhaust gives the tiger the growl
Needed a an exhaust that whole make the tiger sound like a motorcycle since the original was a bit too mellow. Did a ton of research and decided to go for the leo V, Its a great sounding exhaust, it sounds better with more miles. Installation was easy.
March 10, 2014
Tiger roars with Leo Vince
Excellent slip on, installation was a snap, everything fit perfect and the workmanship is top notch. I had a Arrow on the Tiger in the past and the LV is just as nice a unit at half the price, the sound level is between the Arrow with the baffle and without the baffle and has a nice tone. I used the stock tune and left the DB killer in and probably get a little lower mph, but this is due to winding the Tiger out just to hear the exhaust note. A big thumbs up to ZLA and LV.
I didn't check off durability as only time will tell but I don't see any problems with it lasting.
February 10, 2014
good pipe great price
ordered the exhaust arrived quick. Revzilla had the best price. The exhaust sounds great and looks great. Huge weight savings over stock. The tiger 800 xc has a little more punch around 6000 rpm. If your looking for great sound and weight savings look no further Leo Vince-lv one EVO II.
August 12, 2013
This slip-on is a no-brainer for the Tiger 800. It's much cheaper than other options and externally gives nothing up in fit and finish for the price.
I left the silencer insert in and would implore you to do the same. It certainly has a bit more bark that the stock silencer but isn't overly loud. With the insert in, it's about at the limit of volume that I'm comfortable with when I'm in a crowded town and don't want to annoy those around me but still gives the triple a bit more character.
July 29, 2013
Very happy so far
I rated durability as only good because of I haven't had it long enough to make that call. Exhaust note is nice with only a slight burble on trailing throttle; no outright popping or backfiring. Weight savings is huge. I wonder if the overall exhaust temperature (not engine temperature) is a little lower with reduced back pressure. I think my right leg is a bit cooler than before but I could be imagining things. Judge the looks for yourself!
July 15, 2013