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FS: SC Project Conic 70's exhaust (black)

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Hi guys,

I'd like to offer my SC Project Conic 70's exhaust up for sale.
As some of you might have seen on the SP Project exhaust discussion thread, the one I'm offering is somewhat of a "one of a kind", in that it is less loud than the original.

In short: when I first got the exhaust I felt that it was too loud for legal use in Holland (where I live). SC Project had me send it back and then welded in a different silencer which you can see on the images I've attached. The sound is now comparable to the MT-07 version of the same exhaust with the DBkiller in.

I want to sell it because even after the adaptation the sound is still slightly too aggressive for me. It's more a taste thing than anything else.

I still adore the look and quality of the pipe however. It is beautifully crafted and fits with the bike perfectly. It has only been used for two test drives (with the different silencers) and is still as good as new. It comes in the original packaging, with installation materials, paperwork and warranty.

So, if you've been interested in getting a Conic 70's, but felt it was too loud, this might be the one for you. The price is €500,- + shipping fees.

If you're interested feel free to contact me.


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Hi Daniel,

Is the exhaust still for sale?

I wanted to buy actually the same one, but I decided not to based on your review as I also don't want to be loud on the street.

My understanding is that the character is the same as "original" sc version, it's just not that loud and comes with all certificates, correct?


P.S. I cannot write direct messages as am newbie here.
Not sure Daniel visits the forums but I can say for certain that he sold it.
Not sure Daniel visits the forums but I can say for certain that he sold it.
Thank you!
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