Correct... I personally have seen no problems with the Remus Full Carbon Hexacone...However.. it's only been on the market for 3-4 months ....
as for what your dealer told you about the warranty... That part is correct. Here in the states, no Carbon Fiber exhaust comes with a warranty to cover discoloring or finish and for good reason.
Carbon Fiber can look wonderful for years if you take care of them. If you don't.. they can look like total crap in a matter of months or even weeks in extreme cases. I've seen carbon cans 2 months old look like they was dug out of the Giza plateau simply because the owner never cleaned it, let mud dry on it, ran the bike on the track often, let the bike outdoors in the weather, etc. After all that, any effort to clean it up was futile and he blamed everyone except himself..He should have never chose CF in the first place.
However... if you actually take care of them.. like I do with mine.. they can look as good as the day you bought them after 5 years or more..In actuality.. they take less care than any other finish if you use common since. My 2 doubloons.
BTW.. the comment you said the dealer mentioned about the Remus..
"...it.falls to bits after not to many miles because of a lack of of steel in the construction, so the carbon fiber has to deal with all the heat that the exhaust generates which results in the sleeve coming away from the pop rivets? also discoloration..."
That's almost an exact explanation describing the Laser Stealth HotCam 2 problems. I wonder if the dealer simply got the pipes mixed up. The first production HotCam Stealth run was recalled because the metal inside was NOT up to spec.. too thin... causing discoloration due to excessive heat and too much vibration which caused rivets to come loose... FYI...
Originally Posted by mk1
... so in your opinuon the Hexacone full carbon fiber is a very good exhaust with no problems compaired to the Laser hotcam Stealth? I like the look of the Hex full carbon so mabye I'm just getting bad info? Thanks for your input