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LeoVince Ti-Tech X3 Exhaust Preview

Motorcycle Exhaust System

The LeoVince Ti-Tech X3 is a race-inspired full system that boasts quality construction, weight reduction and increased horsepower.

The fully stepped race headers and silencer body are entirely constructed of premium-quality AISI 304 stainless steel and are TIG welded for reduced weight, improved balance and incredible durability, even under the toughest motocross and off-road racing conditions.

The entire Leo Vince system weighs just 1.5 pounds more than LeoVince’s full titanium race exhaust which is a class leader.

Ted Campbell (LeoVince USA’s National Race manager and fourteen year Supercross veteran) says: "Globally we race in Supercross & off-road at every level but given the current state of the economy we wanted to offer riders all the power of our full Ti race systems in a more durable and affordable package. The Ti-tech exhaust does just that with equal performance, light weight and a higher level of durability starting at just $599.00."

The LeoVince Stainless and Titanium Ti-Tech X3 Full System is the same system used globally by LeoVince-powered racers and features:

  • Substantial weight savings over stock
  • Horsepower boosts across the entire RPM range
  • CAD/CAM design for a precise fit
  • DuraPaqpacking material designed to last 50 hours before repacking, even under severe racing conditions
  • Machine-specific tuning to work with stock fuel settings

As always with LeoVince products, all link pipes and silencers are specifically designed for each engine model in order to enhance torque, maximize horsepower and allow you to install your exhaust and ride with no or little fuel setting adjustments.

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.

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