Well if I read the add correctly then NO it would not be street legal. It says it does not include a catalytic converter and does not say it is even available with one so it would never meet the EU or USA standards. It is also sold as a RACE exhaust system. But best bet would be to contact them and ask if they produce a street legal unit. Also nowhere does it state the noise level and many countries have noise level limits.
Just my 2 cents worth.
thing to keep in mind, with the remus exhaust you will need to remap the ecu for the bike otherwise you wouldn't see any of those numbers they reporting, the akro numbers are with stock settings. But do agree the remus does look sweet, but I will stick with the akro for my wifes bike
The price is 596 euros, roughly $700 US.
Looking at the chart they provide it seems they include a removable sound insert, so with the insert present you might keep the decibels at a reasonable level but then the "improvements" in power and torque becomes very marginal (+0.7HP and +0.1 Nm) and that would be happening at 9K RPM.
i contacted remus tech and they reverified, non street legal AND requires remaping of ecu to get the full benefit, so I plan on staying with akro as it doesn't require the remapping, and no I'm not gonna use the street legal version either.
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