LeoVince has prepared a new line, called SBK R, discharges under the engine specifically designed depending on the model of bike on which one goes to intervene. The first version is to be presented was the one dedicated to Duke 690 2010 version of the Austrian company KTM. Made of stainless steel AISI 304 with internal calibration customized depending on the engine which should be applied, you can replace the original exhaust system without modifications because it goes perfectly with stock manifolds. Outside features a stainless steel finish with sand which provides a titanium effect: it is also approved and equipped with removable dB killer.
The Italian manufacturer of mufflers and has placed particular emphasis in shaping the exit area with a cup final with protective carbon that diverts the exhaust gases to the outside avoiding excessive heating of the rear tire of the bike.
Even from an aesthetic point of view the new drainage system is well suited to the KTM 690 Duke, whose line is essentially indifferent to exchange for silence.
The exhaust is available from retailers from mid-October and is priced at EUR 574.8, not too different from the competition of the aftermarket industry, subject, however, the quality of products LeoVince that is not in question.
Once again good work by the Italian company, which certainly deserves the reputation it enjoys (and has largely conquered) into the exhaust for motorcycles, the field always characterized by a very tough competition.