Friday, November 19, 2010

The Factory LeoVince Evo II Sound 2011

LeoVince is dedicated to combining the most modern technology with the handcrafted finish delivered by experienced craftsmen; all to provide you with the best exhaust in the world. To ensure legendary build quality, nothing is farmed out to subcontractors. How this exhuast was made LeoVince facilities are completely inclusive, including all aspects of production, stamping, welding, bending, and carbon fiber molding. In many cases LeoVince R&D works hand-in-hand with manufacturer factory race teams for further development.

Every prototype is run extensively on the dyno and once approved is tested on the track under the most severe conditions. Serious performance boost and style at an entry level price. Slim MotoGP style silencer. Significant weight savings over stock. Slip ons boost horsepower an average of 5% across RPM range. Constructed of brush finished TIG-welded 304 stainless steel. Aluminum and 304 stainless steel mounting hardware kit included. Produces deeper tuned tone at a reasonable sound level. EVOII silencer insert removable for more aggressive tone. CAD/CAM designed for precise fite. Machine specific tuned to work with stock fuel settings How this exhuaust was designed LeoVince products are designed in their own dedicated R&D facility using advanced CAD/CAM technology.

The New LeoVince Evo II Sound 2011

They are designed to run with stock jetting or fuel injection settings. Serious performance boost at an entry level price. All 304 stainless steel internal silencer construction. Significant weight savings over stock. Slip ons boost horsepower an average of 5% across RPM range. Pipes made of TIG welded 304 stainless steel. Aluminum canister straps. Aluminum and 304 stainless steel mounting hardware kit included . Produces deeper tuned They are designed to run with stock jetting or fuel injection settings. Serious performance boost at an entry level price. All 304 stainless steel internal silencer construction. Significant weight savings over stock.

Slip ons boost horsepower an average of 5% across RPM range. Pipes made of TIG welded 304 stainless steel. Aluminum canister straps. Aluminum and 304 stainless steel mounting hardware kit included. Produces deeper tuned tone at a reasonable sound level. EVOII silencer insert removable for more aggressive tone. CAD/CAM designed for precise fit. Machine-specific tuned to work with stock fuel settings LEOVINCE 8111 SBK OVAL EVOII ALUMINUM FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM NINJA 250R 08 09 10 2008 2009 2010 KAWASAKI 250 ZX-250R LeoVince SBK Oval Systems SBK Oval exhaust systems are powerful, durable and most importantly affordable, providing significant weight savings and increased horsepower.  LEOVINCE 8111 SBK OVAL EVOII ALUMINUM FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM NINJA 250R 08 09 10 2008 2009 2010 2011 KAWASAKI 250 ZX-250R LeoVince SBK Oval Systems SBK Oval exhaust systems are powerful, durable and most importantly affordable, providing significant weight savings and increased horsepower.

LeoVince Evo II Sound 2011

All titanium internal silencer construction. All titanium properly welded in an oxygen free environment for maximum strength. Available with titanium or real carbon fiber canister sleeve. Significant weight savings over stock. Slip-ons boost horsepower an average of 5% across RPM range. Mid-pipes made of TIG-welded 304 stainless steel. Real carbon fiber canister straps and end cap. Aluminum and 304 stainless steel mounting hardware kit included. Produces deeper tuned tone at a reasonable sound level.  EVOII silencer insert removable for more aggressive tone. CAD/CAM designed for precise fit. Machine specific tuned to work with stock fuel settings

They are designed to increase horsepower and run at peak efficiency with stock jetting or fuel injection settings. They are constructed with a TIG-welded stainless steel AISI 304 mid-pipe (or full header) leading to an all carbon fiber canister with a carbon fiber end cap and mounting strap providing significant weight savings.

LeoVince SBK Factory Slip On Systems: SBK Factory exhaust systems are the top street systems available from LeoVince. REMOVABLE BAFFLES Includes all needed fitting hardware and instructions. Leo Vince Factory Line Evo II Full Carbon Can with Carbon Fiber Endcap SLIP-ON system for '09-'10 RSV4-R, RSV4 Factory.

MODIFIKASI Travertson V-REX2

MODIFIKASI Travertson V-REX2

Travertson ever make a special bike with front suspension swing arm is now re-create surprises. The same motorcycle modific that assessed similar to the predators in a science fiction movie.

The motorcycle is called V-REX2 Travertson 2011 and designed by Christian Travert from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, using the engine Harley-Davidson V-Rod.

V-REX2 is a development of version 2010. Some parts are repaired is subrangka are now using steel, breket license plate, rear lights, and brakes are in this version using LEDs.

Based on the 2010 version, the upgraded model comes with more options Travertson Than any other model, Including a new steel subframe as well as license-plate bracket That includes an LED tail / brake light.Other the highlights of the V-REX 2 include digital speedometer, LED turn signals, custom paint as well as ultra boutique options include a custom Engraved That fuel cap, acrylic wheel centers, chrome vertical tank strap decorated in crystal swarovsky letters of your choice

However, the most attractive features are the iPod dock, chrome wheels (with transparent acrylic spokes) and swingarm, Xenon lights and an Ostrich leather seats.

Other features seen on the digital speedometer, LED lighting sein, special paint ultraboutique, in-grafir tank cap, the radius of the wheel from acrylic, and the chromed strap tank. There are also mats for iPod, the wheel is connected to a chromed swing arm, lights Xenon, and Ostrich leather upholstery.

Options for the V-REX 2, the which includes Some of the Available That You Might Expect, digital speedometer Demolition, turnsignals custom paint and LEDs.

Designed by Christian Travert, the bike from the first appearance seems a prop from the sci-fi movie coming to life. Designed and built in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, V-REX features a Harley-Davidson V-Rod motor and use H-D electrics. However, V-REX was recently updated to include two models called V-REX 2. It includes a new steel subframe as well as license-plate bracket that includes an LED tail/brake light.

Then there are ultra-boutique Demolition choice Fuel cap and custom Engraved Acrylic Wheel Center. but maybe the self-Indulgence look chrome fence is to have a "strap tank" vertical crystal display adorned Fonts swarovsky your choice, Demolition Initials of the owner of a bicycle shown in Heredia.

Expensive for motorcycle lovers, for They are the motor Travertsons Best Things to have, regular Their earnest not find another bike Interesting LOT of attention as the V-REX.

The author says, the V-REX nice views from every angle. But to get it is not easy. V-REX 2010 valued U.S. $ 49,990 (USD 450 million) and V-REX2 valued 53,990 U.S. dollars (USD 485 million).

V-REX first shown in 3D rendering by mechanical futurist Tim Cameron, named "Dream Bike". Then, the design was captured by Christian Travert, a crew at MTT which makes jet-Copter. Direct Travert obsessed and decided for the concept is transformed into a motorcycle that can be driven.



What I Wore to Drink My Tea (and Teach my Classes). . .

What? Is that argument still rankling? No, just kidding. . . . I'm smiling, if rushing, and grateful to Pater for wielding the camera despite the morning insanity. And he's so good about making sure to include the footwear, bit of a photographic challenge really.
So it's all black except for my Fine Bone China mug (I'm so particular about size, and fine-ness of rim, and weight, etc., I dread this one breaking as I haven't yet found another that gets it all right).
Jersey top: Spanner
Heavy jersey skirt: BCBG MaxAzria
Boots: Fluevog (I'm just loving these, as you'll have noticed!)
With the rivets (is that what these are called?) grommets (thanks, readers, for giving me the right word -- shouldn't write in a rush, nor when brain-dead!) in the top, jewelry would be superfluous, but I'm wearing small gold balls (Tiffany) and my everyday stainless Coach watch.

We're readying for our first snow of the season on the Coast, but it's going to be slushy stuff. I'm hoping I'll have arrived in Vancouver by the time it hits -- the Upper Level Highway from the ferry is never fun in snow, given the elevation and the curves and the steep drive down to the Lions Gate Bridge through Friday-night traffic is never fun anyway. But fun will abound in Vancouver tomorrow -- we'll be celebrating a certain second birthday! And my son's travelling over from Victoria. Can't wait for all the hugs and excitement. I'll keep you post-ed!