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Yes, I am also considering the Arrow Maxi Race-Tech slip-on, looks good and is priced at $470 incl free shipping here in US on E Bay. Anyone have experience with Arrow? Thanks!
I pulled the pin on an Arrow Maxi Race-Tech - purchased through ebay for $630 AUD and 5 weeks delivery from Italy. The quality is great, mass is half the OEM muffler at ~2.6kg and has a significantly smaller cross section.

It had a removable tab / circlip for removing the baffle. Without the baffle has a nice deep tone but likely a little too loud for longer rides. With baffle in it is slightly louder than stock. I'll post comparison clips if anyone is interested.

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I’ve got an Akrapovic ready to fit from a previous bike but have gotten used to ‘the bin’. It adds gravitas not to mention an extra gravity device for right turns, plus the standard ‘zorst is directed straight at a neighbour’s bedroom window. Semidetached dwellers with garages take a bow, you’re living the dream.
 

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I pulled the pin on an Arrow Maxi Race-Tech
I’ve always been impressed by the quality and value of Arrow exhausts. They provide Triumph’s accessory exhausts.
 

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On my lovely but alas unloved R9T Option 719 I removed the ghastly stock twin Akra zorst, and replaced it with a much lighter and infinitely more attractive BOS pipe - made in the Netherlands. A thing of beauty...

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I pulled the pin on an Arrow Maxi Race-Tech - purchased through ebay for $630 AUD and 5 weeks delivery from Italy. The quality is great, mass is half the OEM muffler at ~2.6kg and has a significantly smaller cross section.

It had a removable tab / circlip for removing the baffle. Without the baffle has a nice deep tone but likely a little too loud for longer rides. With baffle in it is slightly louder than stock. I'll post comparison clips if anyone is interested.

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Yes, I would be interested in sound clips, thanks!
 

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I pulled the pin on an Arrow Maxi Race-Tech - purchased through ebay for $630 AUD and 5 weeks delivery from Italy. The quality is great, mass is half the OEM muffler at ~2.6kg and has a significantly smaller cross section.

It had a removable tab / circlip for removing the baffle. Without the baffle has a nice deep tone but likely a little too loud for longer rides. With baffle in it is slightly louder than stock. I'll post comparison clips if anyone is interested.

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aside from the appearance and sound, the thing i like about the arrow on my '11 is that after a ride, i can come in contact with it and not lose skin.
 

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SC have a Euro 5 version of the SC1-R for the 2021 R1250R. Two questions: would the Euro 5 be quieter than the Euro 4 muffler, and would the Euro5 muffler be compatible with my 2020 R1250R? Are the 2020 and 2021 bikes in different states of tune?
 

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Love the color! And the SC slip on.
Where did you purchase it, and what was the cost if you don't mind answering.
Thanks!
I bought directly from SC Project.
Price was same as other outlets at just over $1000 I think.
- Michael
 
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