David PLatt (OUTLAW EXHAUST)?

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  1. hideout

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    I am looking to put a David Platt(sold on Ebay from England) outlaw exhaust system on my 2014 R3 Roadster along with a K+N filter system. Does anyone have this setup and can comment on how you like it? Is it correct that the cat is located in the stock pipes so removing them eliminated the cats, no cat box to remove? How can I find a tune for this outlaw pipe? I emailed the guy on ebay who says that the ECU will remap itself and if you want a performance tune see your dealer. Also, does the K+N filter setup have to be used with the PCV? The PCV website doesn't list a tune for this outlaw pipe? Any and all help and thoughts will be appreciated!

    PAUL T
     
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    I installed the Dave Platt Roadster Performance Silencers from the UK along with the CAT By Pass from Motorcycle Exhaust Professionals from Australia (Dave Platt did not have a By Pass available at the time). Both were installed by my Triumph dealer. Dave Platt also mentioned to me that a remap wasn't needed however I opted for the Triumph Aftermarket Exhaust System remap from the dealer (Apparently there is only 1 remap available). This setup is also quite loud but not obnoxious at idle (mostly due to the CAT By Pass) although probably not as loud as the Outlaws. Can't wait for Spring to arrive and the snow to melt to start riding.
     
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    Hey @hideout , just fitted the dp outlaws to my 2010 roadster and love em . Was originally running tors with Ramair filter . If changing filters and pipes you WILL need a retune coz the bike will run waaay lean ! My bike is fitted with a pcv and I am not too computer literate so opted for a dyno tuner. If you are comfortable with a laptop then download the tune ecu app , obtain the correct cable and appeal to this forums resident tuning guru @HansO , who if asked nicely will provide you with a tune to suit that setup . The dp outlaw system comes with a link pipe that does away with all standard pipework after the header . The cats are built into the stock silencers on the roadster so by changing the induction and the exhaust you will notice significant gains in hp and noise !
     
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    scot in exileLiving Legend

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    Just do not ask Nat67 to post a sound video of his new mini me exhaust all he does is come up with excuses and posts pictures of a model that he has photo copied from a magazine.
     
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    :p phht! I'm not that clever :(
     
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    JohnsoDStill got a few miles left in these old bones

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    I put a set of DP on my 14R last summer. Love the sound. I should be receiving the ramair in a couple days.
    One thing about the exhaust is the black paint started fracturing off very quickly. I'm just going to strip the remaining paint off, They look great either way
     
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    Maybe you can load up a sound clip for @scot in exile ? I wasn't computer savvy enough to do it and he made me feel inadequate by cyber bullying me using pictures of cute dogs ! ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
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    i have just fitted the dave platt "shorty exhaust" system to my rocket 3
    looks and sounds awesome. very well made too
     
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    Need a little help from anyone out there. I purchased the David Platt Outlaw exhaust on Ebay,with cat bypass, last week. I was going to install it myself but I just bought a new set of Avon Cobra's I need mounted and balanced. So I asked a well respected mechanic who specializes in Triumph, BSA, Norton but works on all bikes. In fact he owns a Triumph Rocket Roadster. He told me basically that buying these pipes was probably a mistake because if not buying from a big name brand(Jardine ect., )power commander,tuneboy,ect will not have a tune for this set-up and if you also wanted to eliminate the stock airbox for a K+N or RamAIR there would not be a tune either. I said to him if I just go with the new pipes with cat bypass doen't the ECU do the 12 minute remap and he stated he wasn't so sure if this would be sufficient. I went on the power commander web site and for the pcv didn't have a map for the pipes I bought. He further stated that if you can't properly remap, especially if also do the stock air box elimination with the K+N or RamAir you could be headed for problems running the bike to lean or rich. So does anyone know if 1) I only do the pipes with cat bypass does the ECU remap it or is he right that it isn't really going to do what you need, or 2) if I go with the pipes with cat bypass and either K+N's or a RamAir set-up how does one get a remap if there isn't a standard map for this set-up? Any help would be appreciated.
     
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