All the answers to the most frequent questions on our exhaust systems, slip-ons and mufflers.
For pricing information, please contact your dealer.
To consult the list of the products available for your bike, go to "YOUR BIKE" area of our website (leovince.com), you can directly select the brand of your bike and then choose the model, or you can do a brand/model research.
The choice between the various types of product is subjective and especially aesthetic.
In the LeoVince exhausts range you can find the best solution for all your needs, according to your bike specifications and the budget available.
Yes, spare parts can be purchased from authorized dealers.
To get a LeoVince product guarantee you should contact your dealer.
High-definition images of LeoVince products can be downloaded by clicking on the "PICTURES" icon present in each product sheet on our website.
All LeoVince slip-on and full system kits are "Plug and Play", all of the components necessary for assembly are included in the package (muffler(s), manifold(s), bracket(s), small parts, etc.), any accessories are indicated in the "Spare parts & accessories" section of the product sheet. To install the product on the vehicle, it is not necessary to purchase additional components separately and/or make any modifications.
Universal muffler kits are supplied without a specific manifold and may require additional components and/or modifications to be adapted to the vehicle.
During a check by the law enforcement I’ve been criticized for failing transcription of the original exhaust replacement with a LeoVince approved exhaust on the registration certification. What can I do?
In the EU, the circular number 2438/4183 / (0) of 29th August 1996 of Motor Vehicles has determined that after the installation of an approved exhaust replacement on a vehicle is not necessary to updating the registration document.
Unless otherwise stated in the assembly instruction, remapping isn’t necessary because our exhausts are developed to ensure optimum operation even with the bike in standard configuration. Remapping the bikes fuel injection system and/or the installation of an additional unit control may further improve the performance, however.
Yes, in the most cases the valve is removed together with the original exhaust. The procedure to follow is indicated in the assembly instructions.
If present on the original exhaust, also the LeoVince manifold provides the housing of the oxygen sensor.
Yes, a sound-absorbing material kit purchased from our dealers is available for most of the LeoVince products. The replacement frequency varies according to the bike model and the type of use. It is suggested to replace immediately the sound-absorbing material in presence of significant color variation of the outer sleeve and/or noise increase.
The X3 Enduro muffler uses a mechanical baffle system and is maintenance-free. It is not necessary or possible to repack this muffler as it uses a multi-chamber system to reduce sound volume (similar to a stock muffler) not only a fiberglass core like a conventional off-road style muffler.
As regards the metal parts, we suggest you the use of a soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleaning product (Example: WD-40®or similar).
For the carbon parts, use a soft cloth and a mild detergent.
For all operations, wait the exhaust becomes cold.
You can download the USER MANUAL directly on "YOUR BIKE" page on our website. If your motorcycle is not listed or the homologation certificate is not available there, you can request it by filling the contact us form including the brand, model and year of your motorcycle and the homologation number present on the silencer.
No, the LeoVince Homologation card does not replace the E-PASS certificate included in the booklet.