Fit and finish os comparable to Sil Moto--which is very typical Italian. Welds are not as tight as the robot welds of the Japanese exhaust systems--but is consistent with what we see with Termignoni and Arrow. I like the design of the Fresco systems. They follow the lines of the subframe well. They cans are not too long or short. They sound good.
The CF skins look to come from the same place that supplies Sil Motor. It is pre-preg and should last a long time.
I just got a pair of high mount titanium megaphones for my bike today! I will post pre-installation photos soon, and I will mount them on my dismantled bike just to see how they fit. The welds, as shown in the pic are pretty much raw tig welds, there was no attempt to brush away the heat marks or sand down the filler. That said, I don't find it distracting really, I used a little scotchbrite to make it more subtle. What's cool about the exhaust is that the design allows you to swap between high mount and low mount. This, and the weight loss from the use of titanium made me decide to invest in these rather than the sils. More on this when I get pics up.
I'd like to change from the low mount I currently have to some high. So I'm giving some serious thought to the fresco round or conic, but I'm wondering about fit issues. I've got a '00 900 with a 1/2 tail chop. And based on the photo below, I've concerned that the exhaust tip might hit my signal
Any thoughts? From the photos, it looks lie the cones might provide more clearance - but it's hard to tell.
Could you detail your thoughts a little more? From my eyeballing, it look like the signals would sit above the widest part of the cone-tip, of the round pipes. The center line of the signals is in line with the center line of, what's left of, the sub frame. I think they would clear, but they would sit very very very close. As a result I'm concerened about heat damage.
Are there any side shots of the conic cans, like the one of the round cans? From the other shots, it seems that the cones are shorter. But all the current photos are all 3/4 angle shots and it's hard to tell