oh good to know. It's really nice to be part of a community for things like this. Very helpful and constructive."THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT MEET EMISSION COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR STREET OR HIGHWAY USE."
Highly recommend you keep the old parts just incase you want to make it a street bike again.
I suspect Ken is the best. There are others that are also good. If you want a conscientious home-garage mechanic with a good track record @frekeyguy is great. He is in Brampton but can pick up/drop off bikes. I wouldn't say he specialized in BMW, but your job sounds mainly mechanical, I don't know if you need to poke the computer for the exhaust change.Thanks Wingboy. Would there be any other shop? I'm willing to go Mississauga area to get the best deal or even personal mechanic.
Thank. I might have this installed as well to lower the seatKen is the only mechanic I trust for anything I don't want to do myself. If it's an exhaust that's designed specifically for your bike, you might want to consider installing it yourself. It's probably one of the simplest DIY projects. A slip-on is literally unbolting your stock muffler and bolting on the new one. A full system requires the additional removal of your side panels. Tuning difficulty will depend on whether you plan to use a canned tune, auto-tune, or dyno tune.
We know what you are concerned about. I get it. I don't disagree. But i have never heard of anyone losing their license or being fined, let alone being impounded.Of course it's for track use,
it would be highly illegal for a licensed motorcycle mechanic to remove the emission equipment from a street bike,
plus a potential 420$ fine and impound for the ride modified S1000RR is a sweet track bike.
I suspect more than 50% of bikes on the street have off-road only exhaust. Occasionally there is a blitz but the govt gave up on enforcing regulations after manufature long ago. They'd rather tax and spend from a slush fund that do anything constructive regarding the environment.Popularity to defy the law will be the downfall of it.
If they were to charge them all 420$ and pull the plates next year,I suspect more than 50% of bikes on the street have off-road only exhaust. ...