TVS ache RR 310 receives custom twin exhaust system – VIDEO

TVS ache RR 310 receives custom twin exhaust system – VIDEO


As a flagship product, the TVS pain RR 310 is loaded to the brim with functions. Key elements include a fully digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity, LED lights, sporty styling and design, gas by wire, aerodynamic body, etc. Thanks to the unique 312cc reverse-tilt engine and lightweight chassis and sticky Michelin tires, the pain RR 310 doesn’t disappoint when it comes to performance and handling.

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As a flagship product, the TVS pain RR 310 is loaded to the brim with functions. Key elements include a fully digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity, LED lights, sporty styling and design, gas by wire, aerodynamic body, etc. Thanks to the unique 312cc reverse-tilt engine and lightweight chassis and sticky Michelin tires, the pain RR 310 doesn’t disappoint when it comes to performance and handling.

Perhs, one of the areas that TVS Motor Company could have done better is in acoustics. Given that the bikes’ pain streak is known for their fantastic exhaust grades, expectations for the RR 310 were too high. And for such a sporty motorcycle, its exhaust note doesn’t cause as much excitement. An owner of a TVS Ache RR 310 takes matters into their own hands and decides to replace their motorcycle’s stock exhaust with a custom dual under the seat exhaust. Let’s check it out, shall we?

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We can see in the video that the dual exhaust setup needs to be custom made for the TVS Ache RR 310 bulbs. It consists of a single manifold pipe which then separates into two silencers. It was laid very carefully so as not to come into contact with the rear monoshock. The mufflers take up the space between the rear turn signals and the rear hood of the motorcycle.

To be honest, the dual exhaust bulbs are a bit disproportionate given the overall aesthetics of the Ache RR 310. People may get used to them after a while, but they don’t really match the look of the bike. We also don’t think a passenger would be comfortably seated on this bike now.

Now that the elephant in the room is raised, the Pain RR 310 exhaust has gotten better with this custom dual exhaust setup. We can listen to it in the video. The noise is a little louder and grunt when riding a motorcycle. It certainly seems more pleasant than the stick sound. Even when idling, the exhaust note is louder and gets staggering as the engine speed increases.

What do you think of this custom twin seat exhaust setup on the TVS ache RR 310? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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