There is a recording at www.leovince.com
but it's not very good. The other thread we had going on this had comments about why they never let it idle. I've never been impressed with sound recordings for exhaust notes on vehicles over the internet. There are too many variables and they are never an exact representation of what you're going to hear in person.
There's another thread about how quiet the stock pipe is. Too quiet in fact. I didn't want anything too loud though, and some of the conventional cans are too loud. Plus I never liked the way they just stuck out the side of the bike. This one is mellow, and super tucked in, just like some of those moto-gp race bikes.
In my second and fourth pic you can see that the exhaust stream clears the rear tire well, but yeah, a couple of them appear to direct it at the tire. Anyway, it's a non-issue. The only thing I would say though, for a gravel machine the carbon fiber end cap might get beat up. The glass work is very nice though, it clears the tire by almost an inch, and it's under the swingarm. I suppose if a hugger can survive this exhaust end cap will too.
List price for these is $499. I don't think I would have been so excited about it at that price. They were handing out discount cards at the races so that put it a lot lower, plus $8 UPS and tax in CA of almost 10%. If you're out of state then no sales tax. For Europe or other countries you would go through the main leo vince site I posted above. For US visit www.leovinceusa.com
for their contact info. I imagine they routinely discount them. Their coupon was for any product good through August 31. Since they didn't/couldn't bring product to the vendor showcase at the races, they wanted to get buyers to jump on it this last week after they got home.
You have to remove the bolts for the right footpeg and rear brake MC carrier. No biggie, 3 bolts so you can lift it enough to get the long mounting bolt out for the stock muffler. The stocker is a tight fit getting it off the head pipe, it does hit the tire before it comes off. I just kept pulling down and back and it popped off, there's enough give in the headers to get it off without messing with the back tire. The new installation is cake, I used blue locktite on the mounting bolts as the nuts weren't nylocks.
BTW, I don't know if they have head pipes for a full system or not, you would have to contact them directly. I know a single header for a dirtbike single is like a grand. It could get a pretty expensive for the bit of performance gain you might get. The stock headers aren't too bad at all.