I am setting this thread up to document the install of the aforementioned exhaust, on a 3rd generation S1000RR.
I had been longing for a Complete Bodis Titanium exhaust, because it's German ( from RACEFOXX.com) with 380 mm can, but @M GmbH
changed my mind!
The cheapskate in me, could not resist a great deal!
Folks I can't say enough good things about his (M GmbH) attention to detail. He actually took the time to wrap, the packaging from Italy, in nondescript plain brown wrapping paper, in order to prevent possible theft or vandalism (either through the carrier or other!!!).
Who even begins to care, once they made the sale? Sure there's insurance, but not having to deal with the hassle of filing a claim, simply because, a little attention to detail, on the front end was exercised, lessens the chance of any related issue cropping up later.
I plan to weigh all items removed ( OEM Exhaust, cables, modules, etc.) VS, items installed, via the USPS kiosk scale, and post the images, if for no other reason than personal gratification, and accounting.
At first blush, the system appears to be of very good quality, (welds, finish, packaging, etc), and came with a db killer installed. It will be jettisoned prior to installation on the bike, I guarantee, without hesitation/reservation.
I opted for what Spark refers to as the Superbike muffler (long) as opposed to the MotoGp muffler (short) for personal preference. The insignia on the muffler is laser etched, not a decal as shown on some vendors' photos, which I believe is just a touch more "classy" than a sticker. Yes, I am that "uptight" about certain things, concerning my German Superbike. I mean c'mon, it's not as common a machine as say the run of the mill, CBR/VFR, GSX-R, YZF-R, ZX-R,
It's a proper European motorbike!!!!!