View Full Version : Leo Vince Exhaust for the ETV10000 Capo Norde...w/ pics

micah apriliaforum com
01-03-2003, 06:46 PM
<strong>Is anyone interested in the Leo Vince pipes?</strong> Here is a pic of the "e-approved" set of silencers and they also make the "race only" silencers for the Capo. Nobody has them here in America...but I will order a couple of sets if there is interest. Just because Staintune does not have an option does not mean that there are not options out there. I can personally attest to the quality of the Leo Vince product as I use their system on my Mille...and have used their two stroke systems on my scooters and little RS race bike as well. In my opinion as a prospective Capo owner this is the best looking set of pipes yet for the Capo. Also a side note, since no one has yet made an aftermarket air filter for the Capo we are in the process of having some built. They are being made by Evoluzione for us (because their quality is stellar and they are really on the ball) and we have to buy like 50 of them up front...so you guys better be ready to buy a few off of us when they get here....cause this is a serious outlay of cash.

<img src="http://www.leovince.com/x3/tabelle/moto/A-4.jpg" style="border:0;"/>

Here is a straight shot from the right side of the bike....these are killer looking pipes...

<img src="http://www.leovince.com/x3/tabelle/moto/A-3.jpg" style="border:0;"/>

If you guys have a serious interest in these, please email me at micah@apriliaforum.com and I will put you in my contact list for the time when they first arrive stateside. Also let me know if you are primarily interested in the quiet (e-approved) or in the slightly louder race silencers. Even with the race silencers the sound should be quite bare-able as this is a twin silencer system. I am guessing that these alloy bodied silencers will not cost over $800 to your door.

01-05-2003, 08:03 PM
I'd like to see a picture of the Remus carbon cans mounted on the Capo. They are available in both open (loud) and fully baffled (quiet). I tend to favor the louder ones, but I'd like to hear opinions of those who have heard them as to just how loud they are. I don't want them to be bell ringing loud. I'd like to find out if they interfere with the bag mounts as well.

02-28-2003, 12:14 AM
Any ides of the weight difference?



micah apriliaforum com
03-01-2003, 10:00 AM
It has to be a signifigant savings in weight. The stock cans are very heavy (durable). When somebody orders a set I will weigh them and post the weight.

03-01-2003, 07:51 PM
Do the stock silencers have Cats in them?
Are they anything like the weight of the stock RSV silencers (boat anchor heavy)?