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    Default Aftermarket Exhaust Inspection Procedures



    Recently, I had the fortune and opportunity to acquire an aftermarket exhaust for my bike.
    Being one of the pipes that is not pre-approved, I had to send it to an inspection centre for the necessary certifications.
    After searching the various threads here and getting mixed information, I've decided to set up a sticky thread based on what I did to get it certfied.

    1. Items you will need to bring along for the inspection. Compulsory otherwise they will not do the certification:
    • All documents & foreign certificates to be provided by the shop that you purchased it from. This includes the Europe Transportation Ministry certification or the JMCA (for Japan).
    • The original receipt / invoice from the shop you purchased it from. If its local, get the local one. If its purchased online or from overseas country, get from them. This, I understand, is to certify that you bought the pipes and did not get it by illegal means.
    • Letter from the authorized shop to inform that they indeed performed the installation. This is important also as it shows the pipe was installed properly. If you DIY, get the letter from the shop you bought it from nonetheless.
    • Your logcard. Some shops never tell you that you need it and some inspections don't tell you either but it is still needed nonetheless. A friend of mine couldn't do his certification because he wasn't informed it was needed. DO NOT ASSUME THE INSPECTION CENTRE WILL HELP YOU. Forget about it. Trust me. Save all the time and troubles and print from oneMotoring.
    • Your NRIC. If you can print both sides on one paper, makes it easier & faster.


    2. What to do there:
    • Choose a suitable inspection centre. Word on the street is that STA Inspection Centres are less strict and have competent people to do the certification pretty fast. Some also say inspection at out-of-way places like Tuas will be less strict also as the staff are more experienced in inspection trucks or heavy goods vehicles and not motorcycles and thus will just bo-chap with a bike.
    • Approach a inspection technical officer. He will be wearing overalls. Don't approach the payment counter or cashier staff. They know nuts when you say exhaust inspection. Pass all your documentations to the tech officer. He will go through the items and ensure all the necessary papers are present and in order.
    • Once the papers are in order, the tech officer will ask you to pay first. $53.50 is the present fee at the time of writing. Bring cash. Some inspection centres may not have NETS or credit card facilities.
    • Once payment is made, the tech officer will call you to do the 2 exhaust tests: the emissions test and the exhaust sound test. They'll stick a sensor probe into the exhaust and let the detector check the emissions at idle. For the sound test, the tech officer will rev the bike to about 4-5K RPM and let the system rate the sound decibels.
    • The tech officer will then take photos of your chassis (VIN) number as well as the pipe's serial number and general installation photos for reference.
    • Once done, the tech officer will ask you to wait while he gets the final paperwork done. What happens is he will sign for and stamp the inspection centre's stamp onto the original EEC / JMCA certificates, to indicate it has passed inspection and is road-worthy. Some inspection centres may also issue you a letter to acknowledge you have sent the pipes for inspection at the time & date.
    • Time to make some noise on the road. But remember to make copies of all the certs and bring a copy on your bike wherever you go.


    All in all, it takes about 1 hour. Might be longer if there is a lot of bikes going for inspection or the centre is understaffed.

    I hope this helps. Post here for any corrections or extra hints / tips I may have missed out.
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    Bro what if i bought it with no official receipt.... (bought it from stranger.)
    Is there any proper procedure for my case.
    I like the pipe so much ( Yoshi trs )

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuteraBrothers View Post
    Bro what if i bought it with no official receipt.... (bought it from stranger.)
    Is there any proper procedure for my case.
    I like the pipe so much ( Yoshi trs )
    Is the pipe street-legal and registered to him?
    If so, I remembered you will just need to do an ownership transfer before going for inspection.
    Doesn't require receipt but original owner may need to be present, if I recall.

    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums...haust+transfer

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildCard View Post
    Is the pipe street-legal and registered to him?
    If so, I remembered you will just need to do an ownership transfer before going for inspection.
    Doesn't require receipt but original owner may need to be present, if I recall.

    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums...haust+transfer
    the ex-owner need nt be present, but an ownership transfer is required. transfer of pipe need to be notified to the pipe distributor, whom will issue you new receipt for the transfer, cert. bring along the logcard, IC, and the stuffs newly issued for the inspection.
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    Default High Mount Exhaust System

    Hi there...

    I would like to know if high mount exhaust system is approve (Street Legal) for my VTR SP1. Currently i'm using Remus legal cans only.

    Please advice

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    one thing to add on.. they will take pictures of your bike, exhaust and chassis number.. thats what they did on mine.

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    bro i abit confuse.. the aftermarket exhaust is st legal one or non st legal tat u bring to inspection?

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    Sorry for my rather late replies....

    Quote Originally Posted by hondavtec1 View Post
    Hi there...

    I would like to know if high mount exhaust system is approve (Street Legal) for my VTR SP1. Currently i'm using Remus legal cans only.

    Please advice

    Thanks
    Sorry, I'm not a exhaust retailer / agent. Check with the shop that sells them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artistic View Post
    one thing to add on.. they will take pictures of your bike, exhaust and chassis number.. thats what they did on mine.
    Noted.
    They did that for mine also. Will add in for FYI.

    Quote Originally Posted by kurarensu View Post
    bro i abit confuse.. the aftermarket exhaust is st legal one or non st legal tat u bring to inspection?
    I brought a street-legal but not pre-approved pipe.
    To my understanding, there are some pipe models for certain bikes that are 'pre-approved' and do not require inspections, though correct me if I'm wrong.
    I bought one that was street-legal but not pre-approved as its an obscure European brand (though most of you will know its US brand as Arrow).
    So I had to bring it in for inspection.

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    Does this apply to fisth-tail, Phtyhon 3 and cobra pipe? Care to enlighten please. Thank you.



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    one question...for the inspection do i have to de-mod my bike eg tinted headlight protector, fender eliminator, led signals etc???

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    Must the owner of the bike be present? Can the sub rider send the bike for inspection?

     

     
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    I getting the Moriwaki Exhaust system.. There is the street legal version for Super 4... but I'm buying one for a Roadwin. As there is no bracket, CKA(the shop) say will order from overseas and do the installation. Problem is its not approved (shop dun have the right i think).... So.... I still have to get it approved?
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    it wouldn't be approved unless LTA has records of it.

    i really wonder why so many people think that bringing any exhaust for inspection and think that it will pass..

    inspection is actually to ensure that installation is done correctly and the serial number is the same as the one in LTA's system.
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    ya hor sub rider can go through the inspection by bringing owner I C log card etc ... ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aRcHeR View Post
    it wouldn't be approved unless LTA has records of it.

    i really wonder why so many people think that bringing any exhaust for inspection and think that it will pass..

    inspection is actually to ensure that installation is done correctly and the serial number is the same as the one in LTA's system.
    So u saying that I have to buy from a shop that gets LTA approve pipes. than go inspect?
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    So wildcard is saying any pipe that is JMCA or Euro approved for a specific bike can be approved as it is installed properly and brought to be inspected and certified?

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    Question : After the bike is installed with the yet-to-be-approved pipes, can it be ridden to the inspection centre, or must it be towed over?

    Who will guard the guards?

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    According to my friend... it has to be towed
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    2 b tow than got 2 arrange wif bike shop more bucks $$$ wor
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    Quote Originally Posted by nE0 View Post
    Question : After the bike is installed with the yet-to-be-approved pipes, can it be ridden to the inspection centre, or must it be towed over?
    after installin jus ride to vicom..
    dun waste money and get ur bike towed to vicom

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacerevo View Post
    So u saying that I have to buy from a shop that gets LTA approve pipes. than go inspect?
    yes. inspection centers are just doing their job of ensuring pipe A goes only onto bike A as per LTA's data system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nE0 View Post
    Question : After the bike is installed with the yet-to-be-approved pipes, can it be ridden to the inspection centre, or must it be towed over?
    yet-to-be-approved? meaning?

    st legal pipes, but havent gone for inspection?

    if it's the scenario above, you can just ride over for your inspection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aRcHeR View Post
    yes. inspection centers are just doing their job of ensuring pipe A goes only onto bike A as per LTA's data system.
    But if the moriwaki Exhaust system is not available in SG for my bike, I get it from korea how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spacerevo View Post
    But if the moriwaki Exhaust system is not available in SG for my bike, I get it from korea how?
    you need to get all the necessary papers from JMCA, but the catch here is, it might still not get approved. no doubts it might be stated as street legal, but if the data isn't in LTA database, it's still consider an illegal pipe.

    best way, go thru your moriwaki agent in singapore. save the hassle.
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    Darn.. Screwed..1K gone like that... sianz
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    Quote Originally Posted by aRcHeR View Post
    it wouldn't be approved unless LTA has records of it.

    i really wonder why so many people think that bringing any exhaust for inspection and think that it will pass..

    inspection is actually to ensure that installation is done correctly and the serial number is the same as the one in LTA's system.
    Its more to verify that the pipe is as street-legal as its certifications from manufacturer and respective transport ministry claims.
    That's why the emissions and sound test has to be conducted.

    Quote Originally Posted by ben1112 View Post
    So wildcard is saying any pipe that is JMCA or Euro approved for a specific bike can be approved as it is installed properly and brought to be inspected and certified?
    To my understanding, only Euro or Japan certifications are LTA-approved.
    I'm not sure about US certifications. If anyone knows or have done otherwise, please comment here.

    Quote Originally Posted by nE0 View Post
    Question : After the bike is installed with the yet-to-be-approved pipes, can it be ridden to the inspection centre, or must it be towed over?
    Can be ridden...
    As long as you have the proper papers with you on the way to your inspection.

    This is what the inspection centre told me.
    My friend who was doing the certification with me couldn't get it done as he did not bring a few key documents along.
    The next available time he could do it was 2 days later (the next day was Christmas).
    The inspection centre told him as long as he kept the certificates as well as all the other necessary documentations he has for the pipes, he can still ride in public.

    Quote Originally Posted by aRcHeR View Post
    you need to get all the necessary papers from JMCA, but the catch here is, it might still not get approved. no doubts it might be stated as street legal, but if the data isn't in LTA database, it's still consider an illegal pipe.

    best way, go thru your moriwaki agent in singapore. save the hassle.
    Agreed.
    Best is, just go through the inspection requirements and steps I described above with the necessary documentations.

    But if you have a JMCA or Euro cert with the pipe, it should be pretty safe you will pass the inspection.
    Euro and Jap emissions standard are some of the toughest in the world, if not the toughest.
    Our emissions requirements are nothing compared to theirs.

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    Where am I suppose to get this Certification?
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    I've got a prob..I jus receive a letter from Lta stating for me to have my aftermarket exhaust inspected. The tings to bring were the JMCA Reg. card and the letter.
    Now, I didn't even have the JMCA Reg. card?
    Still can inspect?

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    is there anyway we can obtain this document on our own?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spacerevo View Post
    Where am I suppose to get this Certification?
    Quote Originally Posted by spacerevo View Post
    is there anyway we can obtain this document on our own?
    Technically, the vendor you bought it from is supposed to provide it.
    So you may want to check with the organization you bought it from.
    If they cannot provide, good luck....

    Quote Originally Posted by cheowseng View Post
    I've got a prob..I jus receive a letter from Lta stating for me to have my aftermarket exhaust inspected. The tings to bring were the JMCA Reg. card and the letter.
    Now, I didn't even have the JMCA Reg. card?
    Still can inspect?
    Dun think so.
    Better check with the shop you bought your pipes from.

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    ****... %&#)#@)*$*(@#(*243 iF I knew it would turn out like that... 1k flying..
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    if i install an arrow pipe on my RXZ, can i just bring to the centre for inspection, for approval?(if can..) Arrow pipe for RS125 is pre-approved, but not RXZ.. right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asmi View Post
    if i install an arrow pipe on my RXZ, can i just bring to the centre for inspection, for approval?(if can..) Arrow pipe for RS125 is pre-approved, but not RXZ.. right?

    exhaust that is not for that bike model even is it is a street legal with cert, it will never be approve

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    I have a small honda bike and a takegawa pipe with jmca cert(bot from overseas). So other things i would need to make sure i have is an invoice for the pipe, bring it to a shop and install it, get a letter from them. Then bring these two documents and my logcard plus IC to inspection den shouldnt be a problem. Is it like that? Wildcard or anyone can comfirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1112 View Post
    I have a small honda bike and a takegawa pipe with jmca cert(bot from overseas). So other things i would need to make sure i have is an invoice for the pipe, bring it to a shop and install it, get a letter from them. Then bring these two documents and my logcard plus IC to inspection den shouldnt be a problem. Is it like that? Wildcard or anyone can comfirm?

    hi ben1112,

    U can make an enquires with LTA regarding about ur exhaust pipe's vaildility.Not all exhausts can pass LTA's inspection,they have a list of all approved exhausts of their kinda of bike.U can call LTA at 18002255582 for more enquires.

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    So if my bike is not a common one chances are it's not approved? Especially if im quite sure if i install this pipe i'll be the first in singapore to do it on this bike model?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1112 View Post
    So if my bike is not a common one chances are it's not approved? Especially if im quite sure if i install this pipe i'll be the first in singapore to do it on this bike model?
    st legal pipes doesn't 100% LTA-compliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1112 View Post
    So if my bike is not a common one chances are it's not approved? Especially if im quite sure if i install this pipe i'll be the first in singapore to do it on this bike model?

    ur bike incommon one huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aRcHeR View Post
    st legal pipes doesn't 100% LTA-compliant.
    si lor.........................

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    i have a honda cub. ah pek bike. no ah pek changes his exhaust on this bike.
    I want to put on a takegawa bomber exhaust which has a JMCA cert. What are the chances?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1112 View Post
    i have a honda cub. ah pek bike. no ah pek changes his exhaust on this bike.
    I want to put on a takegawa bomber exhaust which has a JMCA cert. What are the chances?
    big fat ZERO.
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    hahaha... that's what i thought too, until wildcard confused me for a little while...

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    The thing is, I started this thread to relate the procedures of certifying an aftermarket exhaust bought from a reputable dealer.

    That's all.

    Yet I find it weird that people are asking me whether this brand and that brand of exhaust can pass or not. Like I'm a rept for LTA.
    I say, better go back to the place you bought it from and check with the dealer. Do a research before buying.

    If I can make that effort to make sure my exhaust system have a 90% chance of passing through LTA's requirements before I buy, I'm very sure each and everyone of you can do it also, right?

    If anyone has gone through the inspection procedures and has something to share and add, fine and dandy.
    Otherwise, I seriously cannot answer your question whether the pipe you bought will pass the inspection, JMCA-certified or EEC-certified or whatever.

    I say again: I'm not an exhaust system dealer. Go back to the dealer you bought it from.

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    and to add onto wildcard's point.

    a st legal pipe(in uk/us/overseas) doesn't mean it will definitely be approved as a st legal pipe on SG roads by LTA.

    so, just get your pipe from local dealers. save the trouble and hassle.
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    I'm sorry but may I know what is a LOGCARD? I read through the 1st post but I don't know what is a LOGCARD. Can anybody help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAO View Post
    I'm sorry but may I know what is a LOGCARD? I read through the 1st post but I don't know what is a LOGCARD. Can anybody help?
    please do a search. AIYO!
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    May I know who distribute Arka exhaust. getting a second one. Anyone have any idea how much the change of ownership cost for Arkra? Checked with bike work about $50 seem a bit steep to me.
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    they are located behind the caltax station next to geylang NPC along paya lebar road.

    the exhaust transfer fee is fixed by the distro. so bikeshop and distro will be giving you the same price.
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    typed logcard over here,google and one-motoring to no avail,so pls enlighten us abt it

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoudnessFz View Post
    typed logcard over here,google and one-motoring to no avail,so pls enlighten us abt it
    Used to be, logacards are a certificate issued by LTA to indicate you are the owner of the bike of this registration, this VIN number and that engine number.

    Nowadays, no more. All records kept online. You need to access it via onemotoring.com.sg website using your SingPass.

    http://www.onemotoring.com.sg/publis..._services.html

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