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Leo Vince Shows Honda CBR500RR Exhausts

Leo Vince shows two new exhausts for the new Honda CBR500RR bikes. Both the LV One and GP Corsa, both units claiming horsepower increase across the whole RPM range and thus improving the performance of these half-liter machines.
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Leo Vince Honda CBR500RR ExhaustsLeo Vince Honda CBR500RR Exhausts
The LV One comes as a slip-on or full system and can be ordered with a carbon or stainless steel canister sleeve. The pipes are made from AISI304 stainless steel and Leo Vince offers a removable EVO II insert to tune the noise level and exhaust timbre.

On the other hand, the GP Corsa exhaust has been derived from the Moto2 projects and has a more racing-oriented application, possibly not street-legal in all countries or states. Like its sibling, the GP Corsa can upgrade a Honda CBR500RR as a slip-on or a complete exhaust kit, but the silencers are offered in either aluminium or carbon.

The aluminium construction shaving serious weight off the bikes and furthermore increasing performance. An EVO II insert is also offered for more aggressive tone options.

The Leo Vince Honda CBR500RR exhausts are available with the following price tags:

LV One stainless steel: $389 and $749 (€301-579) for slip-on and full system
LV one carbon: $499 and $849 (€386-657) for slip-on and full system
GP Corsa aluminium: $199 and $569 (€154-440) slip-on and full system
GP Corsa carbon: $239 and $609 (€185-471) slip-on and full system, respectively.

 
 
 
 
 

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