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Approval of self imported aftermarket exhaust


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Please stop the private messages.

I will ignore because its all spelled out clearly here.

 

Updated 18 jan 17

 

Approval given for ebay bought slip on exhaust!

I will not mention brand

 

This is my process

 

1. Saw slip on exhaust at ebay $350sgd.

2. Email lta exhaust department my intention for latest procedure.

3. Email manufacturer for street legal approval documents and received reply.

3a. Test report from a recognized lab. Stamped.

3ai. Test report contained ; sound db level

3aii emmissions

3aiii diagram of parts

3aiiii db killer dimensions

4. Bring down to meet lta exhaust officer. Showed all documents.

He said okay can order liao

5. Bought the exhaust and it came.

6. Took photos of exhaust at Many angles, submit change of vehicle particular form, my ic, and eBay receipt. Bring to him and paid $60.

7. Bring installed endcan to sta for testing. Paid $80.

 

Do not try if

You are missing ANY part thereoff of documents

Manufacturer, distributor or local dealer unwilling to work with you for documents.

No patience

 

Price paid

exhaust 350

shipping 30

lta 60

sta 80

RACEWERKS installation $120.

 

$640.

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from onemotoring:

 

a) Certification from the product manufacturer stating that the proposed aftermarket exhaust system is suitable for the make and model of the vehicle.

b) Certifications or test reports from LTA/NEA recognised test laboratories to show that the aftermarket exhaust system when fitted to the vehicle on a per make and model basis complied with prevailing exhaust emission standards.

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but may tell u... if the brand u going to bring in have a local distrubtor... please don waste money... chance are not there../

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but may tell u... if the brand u going to bring in have a local distrubtor... please don waste money... chance are not there../

 

how sure are you about this? cos i've one pipe which is bought overseas and i thought of going to legalize it soon

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Hi ppl,

 

Got this from LTA. Maybe this will help.

 

Our Ref: LTA/CSV/F20.032.000/9283

 

Date: 12-JAN-2006

 

Tel: 1800 2255 582

 

Fax: 6553 5329

 

 

Dear Sir,

 

 

INSPECTION OF EXHAUST PIPE

 

FEEDBACK NUMBER: 320895

 

 

Please refer to your enquiry dated 06 Jan 2006.

 

 

2 We would like to inform you that LTA allows the replacement of after-market vehicle parts, including exhaust system, as long as it does not adversely affect the safe operation and/or exhaust emissions characteristics of the vehicle, or compromise the safety of vehicle occupants and other road users. The after-market exhaust system should be specifically designed for that particular vehicle make and model and be installed by a qualified person in accordance with the product manufacturer's recommendation.

 

 

3 To date, LTA has approved the use of 31 brands of after-market exhaust

 

systems which include 8 brands for motorcycle. (E.g. Yoshimura, Arrow, Lazer, Akrapovic, Leovince, Micron, GPR and Remus). These after-market exhaust systems have undergone testing, either by the vehicle manufacturer or by independent test laboratories, and have shown to comply with internationally recognised standards that they would not affect the safe operation or exhaust emissions of the vehicles. Every unit of such exhaust systems will come with either an EEC or JMCA certificate to show that it is suitable to be installed for that particular vehicle make and model.

 

 

4 However, if you wish to install any after-market exhaust system other than those already approved, you would be required to seek LTA's approval and provide the following documents for our evaluation:

 

 

(a) Technical specification and installation details (including pictures/drawings) of the after-market exhaust system;

 

 

(b) Certification from the after-market exhaust manufacturer that the replacement exhaust system is suitable to be fitted to your vehicle and would not adversely affect the safe operation and exhaust emission characteristics of the vehicle; and

 

 

© Evidence or test reports from the vehicle manufacturer or independent test laboratories (e.g. TUV, DEKRA, VCA or JVIA) to show that the after-market exhaust system had been manufactured and tested according to international recognised standards.

 

 

You can forward these documents to the Vehicle Engineering Division of LTA at 10 Sin Ming Drive, Singapore 575701.

 

 

5 Alternatively, you may also wish to approach the local distributor for the after market Leovince exhaust system at the following for assistance if you wish to install the exhaust silencer on your motorcycle:

 

 

Mr Gianluca Lozzi

 

G-Max Race

 

922A East Coast Road

 

Singapore 459114

 

 

Tel: 6742 1948

 

Fax: 6742 2196

 

 

6 Please be informed that every unit of the vehicle fitted with an approved

 

after-market exhaust system would be required to be produced for an inspection at any of the LTA-authorised inspection centres. The certificate for the after-market exhaust system is also required to be produced for verification during the inspection. Please note that a Vehicle Inspection Type Approval System (VITAS) application fee of $20 and inspection fee of $30 (both exclusive of GST) for each application is payable to the inspection centre for this inspection.

 

 

7 We hope that the above clarifies.

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

 

 

(SIGNED IN LOTUS NOTES)

 

TAN SHON LEI VINCENT

 

for DEPUTY DIRECTOR

 

VEHICLE ENGINEERING DIVISION

 

Taken from an 06 thread which was never closed.

From what it says here, only need that ECC cert if it is 1 of the 8 brands right?

Read alot and not a single success story.

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you will need the test report with the emission figures as well, which i find it full of bullsh|T..

 

why do they need when EU/JMCA has already done the testing which is stricter than SG's standards?

 

or LTA thinks that our standard more ATAS? :sian:

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Hi guys, Help needed. I got my street legal exhaust Leo Vince 4Road Scoot online from overseas. I have got the Booklet with the E pass cert in it , Merchants invoice and the receipt for exhaust installation from a local bikeshop.

 

The exhaust is already been approved by LTA in singapore. so many riders have this exhaust on their bikes here.

But the thing is the bikeshop that installed for me told me that its useless that i dont have the "Company Stamp" from the local distributer of LV in singapore. LTA wont even bother to check the exhaust.

 

Did i seriously just wasted few hundred bucks to get a street legal exhaust that LTA wont even wanna inspect when i have the neccessary documents except the distributer stamp ??

 

Please guide me guys ... Thanks !

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Hi guys, Help needed. I got my street legal exhaust Leo Vince 4Road Scoot online from overseas. I have got the Booklet with the E pass cert in it , Merchants invoice and the receipt for exhaust installation from a local bikeshop.

 

The exhaust is already been approved by LTA in singapore. so many riders have this exhaust on their bikes here.

But the thing is the bikeshop that installed for me told me that its useless that i dont have the "Company Stamp" from the local distributer of LV in singapore. LTA wont even bother to check the exhaust.

 

Did i seriously just wasted few hundred bucks to get a street legal exhaust that LTA wont even wanna inspect when i have the neccessary documents except the distributer stamp ??

 

Please guide me guys ... Thanks !

 

Interested to find out too. Good luck on your quest bro!

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Hi guys, Help needed. I got my street legal exhaust Leo Vince 4Road Scoot online from overseas. I have got the Booklet with the E pass cert in it , Merchants invoice and the receipt for exhaust installation from a local bikeshop.

 

The exhaust is already been approved by LTA in singapore. so many riders have this exhaust on their bikes here.

But the thing is the bikeshop that installed for me told me that its useless that i dont have the "Company Stamp" from the local distributer of LV in singapore. LTA wont even bother to check the exhaust.

 

Did i seriously just wasted few hundred bucks to get a street legal exhaust that LTA wont even wanna inspect when i have the neccessary documents except the distributer stamp ??

 

Please guide me guys ... Thanks !

 

My full system yoshi had motorworld tag riveted to it, a letter of request to inspect it.

Good luck trying. Please update us. You can try calling lta to ask first

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Dear readers , i am able to source for an after market exhaust at a verye cheap price. It has the Europe road legal stamp and certification. It is definitely available at the dealers at 3times the price. I believe an ownership certification by the local dealers may be necessary? Do they keep records? Because i read that many will not help if its not bought from them . Thought of saying i lost it. I find such a system unhealthy and non competitive. If u ever got your self imported exhaust approved, please share how. What if the certs are in spanish?

 

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Hi guys, Help needed. I got my street legal exhaust Leo Vince 4Road Scoot online from overseas. I have got the Booklet with the E pass cert in it , Merchants invoice and the receipt for exhaust installation from a local bikeshop.

 

The exhaust is already been approved by LTA in singapore. so many riders have this exhaust on their bikes here.

But the thing is the bikeshop that installed for me told me that its useless that i dont have the "Company Stamp" from the local distributer of LV in singapore. LTA wont even bother to check the exhaust.

 

Did i seriously just wasted few hundred bucks to get a street legal exhaust that LTA wont even wanna inspect when i have the neccessary documents except the distributer stamp ??

 

Please guide me guys ... Thanks !

 

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Let me shed some light here. I have successfully import street legal aftermarket exhaust for my 2010 Triumph Daytona 675. The only street legal exhaust tat time was Akra, which all of us know is pricey and Leo Vince, which is not goodlooking to me. Plus I like something different.

 

Cut story short, u email LTA ur intention and must submit 2 very important documents; one is the document from the manufacturer, another is separate independant lab test documents like DEKRA or JCMA etc stating tat test are done and the exhaust is suitable for tat particular bike use. Lab tests manufacturer should have. If not how to get EC approval?

 

After evaluating, LTA wil send a notification for u to go LTA's office personally with the documents in a thumbdrive in pdf format. Tis time pay LTA ard $50 to get the focuments ofgicially registered under LTA.

 

Now then time to buy ur exhaust if all goes smoothly. After purchase, fix exhaust urself or ask shop do (whichever u prefer) and go to any LTA certified inspection centres for them to take pic and final sound test for the exhaust. Pay another $60+ to them.

 

After finishing the final visual and sound test, they will chop immediately on the documents tat the exhaust is officially street legal to use in Singapore.

 

It's not tat hard if u know how. And the brand I imported myself is Scorpion exhaust from UK.

 

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!

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Let me shed some light here. I have successfully import street legal aftermarket exhaust for my 2010 Triumph Daytona 675. The only street legal exhaust tat time was Akra, which all of us know is pricey and Leo Vince, which is not goodlooking to me. Plus I like something different.

 

Cut story short, u email LTA ur intention and must submit 2 very important documents; one is the document from the manufacturer, another is separate independant lab test documents like DEKRA or JCMA etc stating tat test are done and the exhaust is suitable for tat particular bike use. Lab tests manufacturer should have. If not how to get EC approval?

 

After evaluating, LTA wil send a notification for u to go LTA's office personally with the documents in a thumbdrive in pdf format. Tis time pay LTA ard $50 to get the focuments ofgicially registered under LTA.

 

Now then time to buy ur exhaust if all goes smoothly. After purchase, fix exhaust urself or ask shop do (whichever u prefer) and go to any LTA certified inspection centres for them to take pic and final sound test for the exhaust. Pay another $60+ to them.

 

After finishing the final visual and sound test, they will chop immediately on the documents tat the exhaust is officially street legal to use in Singapore.

 

It's not tat hard if u know how. And the brand I imported myself is Scorpion exhaust from UK.

 

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!

 

Maybe u can do it for people for a fee, like two-brothers. I will buy at 1.5 price from you if you are able to make two brothers legal for me.

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Let me shed some light here. I have successfully import street legal aftermarket exhaust for my 2010 Triumph Daytona 675. The only street legal exhaust tat time was Akra, which all of us know is pricey and Leo Vince, which is not goodlooking to me. Plus I like something different.

 

Cut story short, u email LTA ur intention and must submit 2 very important documents; one is the document from the manufacturer, another is separate independant lab test documents like DEKRA or JCMA etc stating tat test are done and the exhaust is suitable for tat particular bike use. Lab tests manufacturer should have. If not how to get EC approval?

 

After evaluating, LTA wil send a notification for u to go LTA's office personally with the documents in a thumbdrive in pdf format. Tis time pay LTA ard $50 to get the focuments ofgicially registered under LTA.

 

Now then time to buy ur exhaust if all goes smoothly. After purchase, fix exhaust urself or ask shop do (whichever u prefer) and go to any LTA certified inspection centres for them to take pic and final sound test for the exhaust. Pay another $60+ to them.

 

After finishing the final visual and sound test, they will chop immediately on the documents tat the exhaust is officially street legal to use in Singapore.

 

It's not tat hard if u know how. And the brand I imported myself is Scorpion exhaust from UK.

 

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!

 

Wah finally someone managed to do it.

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Where can we get the lab test independent report from thks

 

Let me shed some light here. I have successfully import street legal aftermarket exhaust for my 2010 Triumph Daytona 675. The only street legal exhaust tat time was Akra, which all of us know is pricey and Leo Vince, which is not goodlooking to me. Plus I like something different.

 

Cut story short, u email LTA ur intention and must submit 2 very important documents; one is the document from the manufacturer, another is separate independant lab test documents like DEKRA or JCMA etc stating tat test are done and the exhaust is suitable for tat particular bike use. Lab tests manufacturer should have. If not how to get EC approval?

 

After evaluating, LTA wil send a notification for u to go LTA's office personally with the documents in a thumbdrive in pdf format. Tis time pay LTA ard $50 to get the focuments ofgicially registered under LTA.

 

Now then time to buy ur exhaust if all goes smoothly. After purchase, fix exhaust urself or ask shop do (whichever u prefer) and go to any LTA certified inspection centres for them to take pic and final sound test for the exhaust. Pay another $60+ to them.

 

After finishing the final visual and sound test, they will chop immediately on the documents tat the exhaust is officially street legal to use in Singapore.

 

It's not tat hard if u know how. And the brand I imported myself is Scorpion exhaust from UK.

 

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!

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