Motorcycle Racing News 2011 Honda CB1000R: LeoVince Exhaust

2011 Honda CB1000R: LeoVince Exhaust

CB1000R Performance Exhaust

LeoVince USA has benefited from American Honda’s recent decision to import the highly lauded performance standard, the 2011 Honda CB1000R.

The Honda CB1000R has been a smashing success in the European market and LeoVince has developed an extensive range of products for the bike.

LeoVince has three distinct SBK Slip-on models for the Honda CB1000R, the high-end Factory Slip-on, the MotoGP-inspired GP Pro Slip-on and the classic looking GP Style Slip-on.

There are also two accessories available, a carbon fiber heat shield and a cat-elim pipe. All of these items will be available in December and can be back-ordered immediately.

The LeoVince SBK exhaust range for the 2011 Honda CB1000R include:

  • 8129 – SBK Factory Titanium Slip-on
  • 8128 – SBK Factory Carbon Fiber Slip-on
  • 8130 – SBK GP Pro Slip-on
  • 8127 – SBK GP Style Slip-on
  • 8020 – SBK Cat-Elim Pipe
  • 8035 – SBK Carbon Fiber Heat Shield – used to conceal stock cat with SBK Slip-on

For more information on any of the product available for the 2011 Honda CB1000R, to find out how to become a Leo Vince Dealer, or how to qualify as a LeoVince Forza Dealer, contact our Sales Department at (510)232-4040 or at sales@leovinceusa.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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