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    This was on my grey 1130 when I got it.

    Tornado stubby exhaust.-img_6929.jpg

    Pretty sure it's a Torro can.
    It sounds really nice with the baffle in.
    Ignore the sticker
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    That looks quite nice. Had a look at Toro exhausts, guess its the 'universal' one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.king View Post
    Yes, comes with baffle. I bought the smallest stubby, just clamps straight on. This is the one I got, but got it in black...PRO-RACE BENELLI TORNADO 900 2002 GP2 SATIN RACE TIP
    taken a punt , offered £50 , got to be worth a go at that price see if its accepted, gone for satin finish as wheels etc. are silver on 900
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    Now have MV F4 1078 and Tornado 900 . Previously had Duc 998S, Yam 98 R1 red/white, Kwak ZXR750 K1, ZXR750 H1, Suzuki RG250, Kwak GPZ500, Yam DT250, Honda CB125R

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    I bought mine as a bit of a stop gap, but was quite impressed, so still have it on. Cant go wrong at £50!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRH View Post
    This was on my grey 1130 when I got it.

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    Pretty sure it's a Torro can.
    It sounds really nice with the baffle in.
    Ignore the sticker
    Same as mine, its build quality is excellent. Sounds and looks incredible, no re-map need. All for £130
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.king View Post
    I bought mine as a bit of a stop gap, but was quite impressed, so still have it on. Cant go wrong at £50!
    got it for £55 inc P&P , will post pics when it turns up and on etc. will also report on noise test too with and without baffle
    Now have MV F4 1078 and Tornado 900 . Previously had Duc 998S, Yam 98 R1 red/white, Kwak ZXR750 K1, ZXR750 H1, Suzuki RG250, Kwak GPZ500, Yam DT250, Honda CB125R

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    Bargain that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by X121EES View Post
    Same as mine, its build quality is excellent. Sounds and looks incredible, no re-map need. All for £130
    Ive been looking on the Torro website. Is this the Torro T1 or T2 put on upside down with the bracket cut off or is ther another model that I can find?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alec View Post
    Ive been looking on the Torro website. Is this the Torro T1 or T2 put on upside down with the bracket cut off or is ther another model that I can find?
    This is what I ordered, think I actually bought it on ebay.

    Toro T2 Matt Stainless / Carbon Fibre Hex Cone

    It is indeed mounted upside down with the bracket cut off. I made a very small link pipe (2-3" long) just to extend it out slightly. I used a screw claamp at both ends of the link pipe and thats it.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by pyrford rob View Post
    got it for £55 inc P&P , will post pics when it turns up and on etc. will also report on noise test too with and without baffle
    Could`nt resist, looked a nice bit of kit so ordered one as well. I tried your stunt and offered £50 and got it for £55. Well Chuffed cannot really go wrong at that price cheap as chips.
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