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Post  SolomonKane on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 1:50 pm

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This morning I bought a Delkevic exhaust to replace the Suzuki OEM.

Originally I was going to buy Dingo’s 4 month old Delkevic exhaust but we were not able to source a downpipe. He only has the downpipe for the 1200.

Emailed Delkevic UK via their website last Friday night and received a reply well within the hour from their European Sales Representative Ron Thompson.  Delkevic no longer have an Australian office, hence the elusive down pipe for a 1250.

We exchanged quite a few emails regarding options and also identifying what model of exhaust Dingo has; turns out it’s the 450mm Oval. Ron said he could ship a downpipe to me from their China depot for £65 landed which is about $111 AUD; £25 for the downpipe and £40 shipping. He also offered me the option of buying a brand new Silencer Kit with the 450mm Stainless Oval Silencer. The landed price for that was £149.

Unfortunately for Dingo that was the more cost effective option for me. He very kindly let me off the hook and I ordered and paid for the new one early this morning. At the exchange rate at the time it should have ended up  being around $255 AUD, but PayPal savaged me on the rate bringing it to $266.04 AUD. Nonetheless, I think that’s still a great deal.

I have nothing but praise for Ron. Excellent communication and service all the way through. When I’ve installed it and taken a few test rides I’ll write a review about the exhaust itself. 

If you’re interested in a getting a Delkevic exhaust and have a 1200 it’s in excellent condition and Dingo’s a great guy to deal with; reliable, fair, and honest.

If you have a 1250 contact me ASAP! If I can catch Ron before my order ships I’ll see if he can add an extra down pipe. That way you might get free shipping if it doesn’t take the weight of the package into another category.

SK
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Re: Delkevic Exhaust

Post  madmax on Thu 28 Aug 2014, 7:35 pm

No seriously the only one to have is the Australian made all welded Staintune tongue

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Post  1wheeldrive on Thu 28 Aug 2014, 8:07 pm

My Storm has Stainys.
The Bandit will have.... not original elephant


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Post  1wheeldrive on Thu 28 Aug 2014, 8:09 pm

@Ewok1958 wrote:

'nuff said!  But it might not pass the 'break the bank' test!   Very Happy

Love that belly pan. I love you  Where did that come from? Does it break the bank?

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Post  Ewok1958 on Thu 28 Aug 2014, 10:33 pm

The belly pan was a Banditmania unit from the UK.  But they have since restricted their focus to the air/oiled cooled Bandits so I don't think they stock them anymore.  Their postage to Oz was ridiculous but I knew a guy working in the UK and I got it mailed to his address and then repackaged and re-posted to me, saving a small fortune.
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Post  Bill & Ted on Sun 05 Aug 2018, 6:06 pm

Fitted Delkevic headers today, love them.
Was amazed at the weight of the originals, reminded me of a car exhaust.  Can say that the delkevic headers are not a true 4 into 1 because there is a 200mm+ plate that separates 1 and 2 pipes from 3 and 4 in the collector so more of a hybrid setup, was a nice surprise.
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