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I suspect there are many opinions on which performance exhaust can is the best upgrade for a Sprint ST. It would be used in the low position with panniers. I would value most, quality of construction, sound "not too loud", performance, appearance, origin "U.S. or Britain",weight advantage and cost/value. I've read good things about the Triumph CF cannister as well as the products of Wolf Racing, Arrow and Two Brothers. Also important is being able to install a "new tune" that works well with the exhaust and doesn't leave any flat spots. Cheers, Scott
 

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I have the Triumph CF can and I think it works well. The sound is better but not too loud, it looks better and its alot lighter than stock. My seat-of-the-pants dyno can't really tell if there is a big power increase but I think there is a little.
 

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I have had the stock, Triumph Carbon and now a Two Bros Titanium. The Two Bros fit and finish is the best so far, it looks much cleaner on my bike than the others. The Triumph Carbon had a deeper sound, the Two Bros was more racey. According to some other posts the Two Bros is lighter and a more straight through design with less baffles. You might gain a little HP. My Two Bros was dinged in a fall about a month ago, but I plan to get another one. Be sure a get a standard round model, if you plan to put soft bags on the bike, the C4 and C5 might cause some problems.


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Mich-ST pretty much covered what I remember from others. Thou a poster on triumhnet really, really likes his new Remus can. Good quality stuff, and I believe he is using with his hard bags as well. They are an Austrian comany.
I have the Triumph CF race can on my new '02. Sounds great, and isn't as long as the stock can, so in the down position it isn't quite as obvious. I like that it's a mechanical baffle, I put alot of miles on the bike so a can that requires re-packing would not be fun for me. I pay a bit of weight penalty, but we are talking about a 500+ lbs bike.

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