LeoVince's years of experience working with MotoGP teams helped pave the way for a design that mimics the look of many MotoGP exhausts with a section-welded stainless canister that has a curve in the baffle near the canister inlet and another curve at the top close to the exit of the canister providing a Z-type shape and the closest appearance to a real MotoGP exhaust. This internally-curved baffle design allows for a very short "canister" yet keeps sound at a reasonable level. In fact, each pipe is supplied with a LeoVince removable EVOII sound insert to further decrease sound levels if desired. The GP Pro is designed to work perfectly with stock fuel and engine management settings for true "plug and play" performance. The GP Pro is constructed with a unique hand-welding process to preserve the true "megaphone" shape common to MotoGP machines. Models are available now to fit most current sportbikes. In addition, all LeoVince exhaust systems carry a full one-year manufacturer's warranty. LeoVince sells what they race on, and races on what they sell.
How this exhaust was designed: LeoVince products are created in their own devoted R&D facility using advanced and state-of-the-art CAD / CAM technology. Every prototype is run largely on the dyno and, once approved, is tested on the track under the most severe conditions. In many cases LeoVince R&D works hand-in-hand with manufacturer factory race teams for further development.
How this exhaust was made: LeoVince facilities are completely inclusive, including all facets of production, stamping, welding, bending, and carbon fiber molding. To gaurantee top notch quality, nothing is farmed out to subcontractors. LeoVince is committed to combining the most modern technology with the handcrafted finish brought by experienced craftsmen; all to give you the best exhaust in the world.