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    Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    on: Jun 02, 2022, 07.30 am
    Jun 02, 2022, 07.30 am
    I have a Gen 3 XCA with a standard exhaust.
    Have tried a Mivv Suomo which looks great but is a bit noisy on long journeys.
    What do you guys think of the Arrow on long trips?

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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #1 on: Jun 02, 2022, 08.42 am
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    Mine's absolutely fine.

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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #2 on: Jun 02, 2022, 06.29 pm
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    Just curious, whats wrong with the standard one?, mine is a similar age but seems ok, only miles abot 8k miles though, do they wear out?
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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #3 on: Jun 02, 2022, 07.20 pm
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    *Originally Posted by pme [+]
    Just curious, whats wrong with the standard one?, mine is a similar age but seems ok, only miles abot 8k miles though, do they wear out?

    The Arrow is lighter, plus it looks and sounds better (IMO).

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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #4 on: Jun 03, 2022, 04.05 pm
    Jun 03, 2022, 04.05 pm
    Ear Plugs are cheaper than a new can.

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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #5 on: Jun 13, 2022, 12.59 am
    Jun 13, 2022, 12.59 am
    i love my Arrow slip on.. I have had it on my XCA for3 years and it sounds great. I removed the baffle and it was to loud so I cut the baffle in half and re-installed it into the can, It sounds great..

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    Re: Arrow Exhaust v Standard
    Reply #6 on: Jun 13, 2022, 03.23 am
    Jun 13, 2022, 03.23 am
    *Originally Posted by pme [+]
    Just curious, whats wrong with the standard one?, mine is a similar age but seems ok, only miles abot 8k miles though, do they wear out?

    The stock exhaust is heavy and up high. The only reason I would replace it would be for weight saving. Noise and performance are not issues I worry about. If I could get a muffler that weighed 2 kg and was so quiet you could hardly hear it without any effect on performance Id definitely be a starter.