Ook op het circuit in Engeland doen de G&G uitlaten het
erg lekker, zoals onderstaande foto's bewijzen. Een strak uiterlijk en goede
performance dus! John schreef daar zijn persoonlijke review bij:
So Iíve started putting extra bits
on my 749. First of all I managed to get hold of a carbon exhaust shield
that looks much better than the ugly standard one. Then came the carbon seat
cowl which looks awesome! Then the serious business of looking for exhausts
began. Now I know that a lot of people will say that only Termis should ever
go on a Duke, but getting hold of them for a 749 is a lot more difficult
than I thought it would be. On top of this, I then found out that you need
to get a Termi system with an ECU that has never been installed on a bike
because it gets permanently coded to that bike. So, with that in mind, I
started looking at alternatives.
After finding some pretty ugly cans
out there that will go on the 749, I stumbled on a set of G&G cans. ĎWho are
they?í, I hear you ask. Well, until about 4 weeks ago, I didnít have a clue
either. G&G appear to be an Italian company that make all sorts of
aftermarket cans. These have the advantage of having removable baffles and
run very smoothly with the standard ECU.
I had to wait for 14 days for the
cans to be made and shipped to me, but it was worth the wait. The bike had a
belts service recently and I had the cans fitted then with the bike set up
for them. Not only do they look amazing but they sound fantastic. As a
slight aside, I have had both my Dukes looked after by Geoff and John and
Baines Racing at Silverstone. I really cannot say enough about those guys
when it come to looking after the Italian marque.
The big lesson learned for me is:
Donít always go for the obvious choice. Have a look at the pics and make
your own mind up.