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    Posted: 09 Mar 2014 at 13:46
Hi all,
 
So after 6 weeks of glorious RSV ownership I think its time to look at making some changes to my new baby.
 
I really like bikes having twin exhausts, one on each side. It just looks ballanced and right!
 
So just wanted to ask the collective wisdom what i should be keeping my eyes open for!
 
I know there are some Aka pipes out therefe but understand these are modified gen 2 systems? Big mods?? I have also seen some Harris pipes that sold just before christmas on ebay (damn!!)
 
any others i should be looking for? Who else has done it and any advice? Costs? Anyone selling??
 
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Most big names make a twin system for the gen1 or should I say did make a system.

So budget options...falco headers ..for some these bolt straight up maybe wrap the headers where close to the bellypan,some have had to add a bulge or 2 to the bellypan...??.

Gen2 system with 3 bolt flanges added,personally I'd leave the rear down pipe in place and mod the collector to mate up as again some people have issues with the rear pipe

Then there are any number of purpose made twin systems..Leo Vince,akrapovic,renegade,Harris,arrows,sil moto ,tigcraft,etc etc.some are for 99-00 models others are for 01-03 ..different suspension linkages dictate the clearance.

For any twin system if you want pillion pegs you need to mod the left hand peg or buy a set of pillion pegs with the hangers..very rare.

Or no pillion then just hangers..gen 2 doesn't fit as different bolt spacing.

Also gen 1 single seat subframe may not have bolt holes on the left side....eiter add rivnuts or change subframe to dual seat version.

What ever you decide twin systems make a great noise and you'll have fun setting off car alarms as well as a nice 10bhp hike in the midrange and a bit at the top. The budget conscious stick with a single can and a moded collector to get nigh on the same results.


Cost wise falco headers can be picked up for 30 quid dual systems go from 175 upwards you just need to be in the right place at the right time.


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thank you! Thats a good run down!
 
I should have added its an year 2000 bike.
 
I will have to just keep my eyes open then i guess but its good to hear that there are so many standard systems out there!
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Originally posted by kingb kingb wrote:

thank you! Thats a good run down!
 
I should have added its an year 2000 bike.
 
I will have to just keep my eyes open then i guess but its good to hear that there are so many standard systems out there!

no worries...there are also the renegade high levels that keep the standard collector..link pipe splits into 2 and you have can either side 




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Mmmmm yum!

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Originally posted by NickyBoy1984 NickyBoy1984 wrote:

Mmmmm yum!

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Always happy to share too Hehee!


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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:


Originally posted by kingb kingb wrote:

thank you! Thats a good run down!
 

I should have added its an year 2000 bike.

 

I will have to just keep my eyes open then i guess but its good to hear that there are so many standard systems out there!


no worries...there are also the renegade high levels that keep the standard collector..link pipe splits into 2 and you have can either side 




Whose is that? Lush man!
Does this standard collector to -split have the same mid range advantages as a full twin system? I'm assuming not.
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Would do if you get your collector modded and a forza chip I am getting to like the high level twin cans would prefer proper twin pipes but if a set came along at the right price ???
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Originally posted by Wavestarved Wavestarved wrote:


Whose is that? Lush man!
Does this standard collector to -split have the same mid range advantages as a full twin system? I'm assuming not.

No idea whose bike it is ..it's an old old pic from somewhere no one on here I'm sure

Basically no I don't think it offers any power gains at all..but combine it with a modded header then yeah.


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Originally posted by Wavestarved Wavestarved wrote:


Whose is that? Lush man!
Does this standard collector to -split have the same mid range advantages as a full twin system? I'm assuming not.

No idea whose bike it is ..it's an old old pic from somewhere no one on here I'm sure

Basically no I don't think it offers any power gains at all..but combine it with a modded header then yeah.

This company still do a system

image shows twin hi level gp carbon silencers.Price is £450 and includes twin pipework plus shipping.

http://www.performanceracingparts.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=aprsvm


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There is a mille/Falco thing on ebay at the moment

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/APRILIA-RSV-MILLE-2001-/261426728668?pt=UK_Motorcycles&hash=item3cde3f4edc

I bought a spare set of fairings of him and he was a great bloke. Sadly he is having no joy selling the bike so might be worth making him an offer on his pipes as they were lovely!
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mate, I MAY have my Arrow SBK 2-2 sytem for sale in the near future if i cant get a set of link pipes made up!!!!
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I made my gen 1 tuono in to a twin system as I prefere twin pipes. I just bought the full gen 2 system and cut header flanges off and welded the gen 1 flanges on in there place and ive now got a tasty little twin system and very happy with it and will be even better when there cored out later this week ! :)
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Originally posted by adam adam wrote:

I made my gen 1 tuono in to a twin system as I prefere twin pipes. I just bought the full gen 2 system and cut header flanges off and welded the gen 1 flanges on in there place and ive now got a tasty little twin system and very happy with it and will be even better when there cored out later this week ! :)
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Quite fancy this myself is it as simple as just swooping the flanges and what year gen 2 pipes fit or did you fit
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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

Originally posted by adam adam wrote:

I made my gen 1 tuono in to a twin system as I prefere twin pipes. I just bought the full gen 2 system and cut header flanges off and welded the gen 1 flanges on in there place and ive now got a tasty little twin system and very happy with it and will be even better when there cored out later this week ! :)
dont forget to decat as welll Adam

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Originally posted by camngetit camngetit wrote:

Quite fancy this myself is it as simple as just swooping the flanges and what year gen 2 pipes fit or did you fit

I dont know what year they were, I just bought a gen 2 full system but not sure what year it was off ! Id of thought 06 onwards.
It was a bit of a faf about getting the rear header in place and tacked into place but not a bit job tbh.
I welded as much as I could while the flanges were bolted to the head so they face stayed flush when put underheat. But make sure you have the mille rear hangers as they fit straight on and hang the cans in place and make sure there is a bit of space infront of the starter motor and that it doesnt foul your rear shockerbefore you weld pipes on to flanges. I also had to move the hanger bracket on the cans around 2" futher down the can and also had to move around slightly. If you do the conversion you will see what I mean
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please pm me if you're serious about selling the arrows as those could be just right. I also have large feet but don't think the pipes getting it the way of my heels will really be my limiting factor. 
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Quick question for those who put falco dual exhausts on mille and use their mille on track.
Are exhausts high enough not to touch the ground in the corners?
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I've just bought these off ebay fir my 2002 gen 1.
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They look near enough mate. If you need any help or a look at mine to see how mine is I dont think im far from you. I had to move the can brackets a bit lower to fit my rear hangers and redrill and rivert
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Ok, i haven't got any of the parts yet but hope to have them by end of the week.
Any pics of yours. And will i need link pipes.
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You will need link pipes and on my tuono I think ive got mille rear hangers and they fit.
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