Hard to say for sure, but it looks like one of the many Fake Yosh exhausts sold in Asia. They show up on eBay periodically.Found this exhaust on facebook and really like the look. I assume pretty hard to get not living in thailand
If anybody knows how to get one please let me know!
Honestly. The exhaust is loud. But I love it. The grom is a small bike. I want the people to know I'm around. Compared to my friends Brocks alien head. It's a bit louder not as deep but louder. As far as the welds. It's holding up fine.What's your impression of the Dorby Works exhaust?
Without seeing the specific clips you've mentioned, I can tell/warn you that there are quite a few generic Thai exhausts with Termignoni and Akrapovic branding, that are anything but. Definitely a 'buyer beware' situation.I see there are some clips on YouTube of groms with baby termignonis on them. Are they knockoffs, or did termi actually produce something for the Grom?
In case they did, it would definitely be the way to go for a "Baby-Duke" project based on the 2017 Grom that I am considering..
Anyone know/heard anything from termi?
Without seeing the specific clips you've mentioned, I can tell/warn you that there are quite a few generic Thai exhausts with Termignomi and Akrapovic branding, that are anything but. Definitely a 'buyer beware' situation.
I recommend reaching out to Termignomi directly. I've never been unsuccessful in contacting any parts maker (well, except HRC) concerning current or future product development. They may not be able to give you specifics, but they can certainly tell you if they've ever released a product; even if it was a small/limited batch.
Watched the video and then did a quick search on Termignoni's website. That's a fake. The finish is all wrong. A true Termi has the emblem riveted on, that's a sticker. The riveted edges have a retaining band on an authentic unit, those are plain rivets against the carbon fiber. Plus, Termi has no products listed for the Grom or MSX of any year.