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    Bonneville TOR Exhausts - MOT

    Has anyone had any issues at MOT time with a Bonneville fitted with Triumph TOR exhausts?

    Theyr not E marked I know so how closely are they checked?


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    They are not excessively loud, and exactly same shape as originals.

    Your tester will not give them a second thought.
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    I have TORs on my Bonnie and been through 4 MOTs

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