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    Looking for recommendations on Exhaust TNT 899

    Hi guys let me know on your aftermarket exhaust recommendation for TNT 899, and should you know recommended store (who want to ship to Indonesia).
    The bike is only for daily commute and sometimes a track day once in a while.

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    Cut the baffle out and weld in a perforated tube with wadding. Looks totally standard and sounds sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBo View Post
    Cut the baffle out and weld in a perforated tube with wadding. Looks totally standard and sounds sweet.
    Got some pic on which part to cut mate?

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    Drill the two rivets at back and take off the end cap. Slide off the alloy sleeve. Cut a large rectangular hole (enough to get in to cut out baffle and weld in tube) in the oval can top and bottom leaving 15mm ish each end. Cut out the baffle and weld in a perforated tube. Weld some nuts behind where the rivets were. Pack with wadding. Refit sleeve with high temp silicone sealant. Screw on end cap and sorted.

    I made the mistake of cutting the full can ends off, and ended up putting ribs length wise back in. But it will be easier keeping the can as intact as possible.

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    I’ve got this on mine. Nice muted sound for everyday use. Without the dB killer is sounds very nice! If a bit loud!
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    here's to another year of Benelli riding

    TNT 899 (2013)
    Tornado 900(sold)
    MV F4 1000 (2010)
    TNT 899s (sold)
    Tornado 1130 (sold)
    Aprilia Dorsoduro 750.(sold)

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    I got it from here.......

    https://termignoni.store/en/1128-ben...-899-2004-2011

    looks like they’ve got one left, and it’s half price.

    Be madness not to

    fred


    here's to another year of Benelli riding

    TNT 899 (2013)
    Tornado 900(sold)
    MV F4 1000 (2010)
    TNT 899s (sold)
    Tornado 1130 (sold)
    Aprilia Dorsoduro 750.(sold)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredzedex View Post
    I got it from here.......

    https://termignoni.store/en/1128-ben...-899-2004-2011

    looks like they’ve got one left, and it’s half price.

    Be madness not to<img src="https://www.benelliforum.com/forum/images/smilies/wink.png" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />

    fred
    Darn, I got there late. It is now out of stock

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    https://www.gpr-motorcycle-exhausts....poppy-be3tibpo

    I got this on mine happy with the rumble and look.. Wouldve preferred a termo though tbh
    Pre benelli; triumph speed four, Kawasaki en 500 Vulcan, Suzuki corona gsxr 750 99 srad, Honda rvt 400 nc35.

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