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post #1 of 16 Old 06-09-2006, 2:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

So, these were posted by someone from Wolf Exhaust on the TriumphRat site. They are the new undertail exhausts being released for the 05-06 Sprints. Supposedly, about 6 bhp gains, as they are slip-ons, no surprise there.

bwhip, what did you think of them? I kinda like them. I'd really like to hear that triple uncorked...

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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

Looks good, kind off MVish
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I was thinking the same thing. I'd like to see them up close, and especially to hear them.
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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

I've heard them on a VFR and they were amazing! DO IT!

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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

WOLF's one of those boutique brands I've always wanted to sample.

I rode an S3 with aftermarket exhaust and the triple does sound de-lish.

Get 'em, T.O.!
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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

Sounds like they won't be available for another month or two at least...

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Somebody ask Red Rider about dealing with Wolf.

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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

You rang? Peter Sorrell from Wolf made big claims about the underseat system he developed for the VFR800 back in '98. He also made lots of promises that he failed to keep. The Wolf does sound and look nice but beware of performance gains, fitment issues, and product support.

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You rang? Peter Sorrell from Wolf made big claims about the underseat system he developed for the VFR800 back in '98. He also made lots of promises that he failed to keep. The Wolf does sound and look nice but beware of performance gains, fitment issues, and product support.
Moderator? Man, stay gone a while and the place goes to heck in a handbasket...

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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

So any news of the Wolf exhaust for the Sprint? Has anyone tried it, heard it or seen it in person?
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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

Completely off topic but Hughenden M40 is about 4 miles from my home. Just thought you'd like to know.

And just found out that Wolf themselves are about 10 miles away in the other direction. Mind you, it is quite a small island.

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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

Maybe you can visit the Wolf plant and find out whether they've finished the Sprint exhaust yet
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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

I have recently purchased the 2005 Sprint ST and have been looking for a pipe for it. Unfortunately I have been unsuccessful in finding a pipe, I am hoping that someone can help me out.
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Re: Triumph Sprint ST Wolf exhaust

I was looking around this afternoon and see that Two Brothers Racing now offers a four to one under seat exhaust system for the Sprint ST 1050. It comes in several finishes including carbon fiber, but, they are not cheap.

Does anyone here know of some online resources where I can find some aftermarket goodies for my Sprint? Huggers, cables, hoses, sliders, fenders, tail tidy's, etc.? I have a pretty phenomenal list of links now, but, I am always looking for more to add to my bookmarks.

To address the heat issue. As compared to my R1 or GSXR, the ST is an oven. Driven on the highways on hot summer days it tends to cook your goods. This doesn't even approach what its like in traffic or at stops, hot... The bike makes up for it in performance though. The engine is superior to my other bikes in terms of vibration and smoothness, however, the power band just can't ramp up like my sport specific bikes can, though in the long run haul, the bike runs better at higher speeds and higher RPM's.
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