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Exhaust for trophy

Hi ife seen in the galery that many have a different exhaust on theyre trophy and i looked arround on the internet but i dont find any. i want to hear my bike and i just dont do it in the way i want with the original exhaust. where can i get one? can somebody give me a addvice? thanks for the trophy 1200 forgot to write it in the topic

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If you want LOUD,then D&D's are what you're looking for.Staintune from Australia makes a nice sounding muffler for the Trophy,but they are pretty expensive.I went with the Trident mufflers from England and am quite happy with them.I think Thunderbike from New Zealand also makes a silencer for the 1200 Trophy.

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