Triumph Speed Four Exhaust

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2001 Triumph TT600 Shorty Pipe
So here's the story of my bike. It was laid down about three and a half years ago and it sat in a salvage yard for those years and the fellow I bought it from bought it about a year and a half or so ago and started fixing it up. About 6 months ago I bought the bike from him and have since then done a couple of things with it. Including a new lockset, CRG mirrors, and a K&N air filter, and obviously this new shorty pipe. I'm looking to do a lot more with the bike, however, money is tight so I'm saving. In the spring I plan to do an "overhaul", really clean it up, and paint it either a satin black or matte black with a little red here and there (opinions are welcome). Also looking for opinions on the headlights, the guy I bought it from put fog lights on them, :( I really don't like them, I want to for a dual round setup. I love this bike and hope to keep it for a long time. Please let me know what you think!

Triumph Speed Four Two Brothers Racing exhaust
Two brothers racing Exhaust

TRIUMPH SPEED FOUR 600 - 2005 Moteur : Triumph 4 Cylindres 599cc / Refroidissement liquide Cylindrée : 599cc Puissance : 98 ch à 11 750 tr/min Couple : 68 Nm (6.9 mkg) à 10 500 tr/min Echappement : Origine modifié Pneumatiques : AR 180/55 ZR17 / AV 120/70 ZR17 Poids à vide : 170Kg Vitesse max : 249 km/h Accélération 0 à 100 km : 3.5 s ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Engine: 4 cylinder Triumph / Liquid-cooled Displacement: 36.55 ci (599cc) Power: 98hp (73kW) @ 11 750 RPM Torque: 50 ft-lb (68 Nm) @ 10 500 RPM Exhaust : Stock Exhaust modified Tires : Rear 180/55 ZR17 / Front 120/70 ZR17 Dry Weight : 375 lbs Maximum speed : 155 mph Acceleration from 0 to 60 miles : 3.5 sec

Triumph Speed Four Leo Vince SBK Evo II DB-Killer Removal
Removing the DB-Killer of my Leo Vince SBK Evo II mounted on my Triumph Speed Four.