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Old 08-12-2010, 01:47 AM   #1
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best header for 07 gsxr 750

What would yall say the best header would be for a gsxr 750???? best one for all around power??? please help
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prob your best bang for the buck would be a GSXR1000 header from the corresponding year bike(06-07 i believe). when i had my 03 750, i was told that was the hot setup since the header pipes were titanium and a little bit better flowing, then back that header up with a quality slip on(LOR preferably)

Prob the cheapest full system you can get for your bike
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Bang for the buck is the Muzzy. Ofcourse you will need a Power Commander or bazazz box and a custom map to get the full gains.

May or may not be worth the cost, that is up to you. A slip on is cheaper, requires no tuning and still sounds/looks good. Just don't expect any power gain.
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I have a two brothers header in perfect shape for that bike. $200 if you want it.
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Ummmm...... Wrong bike. But great deal if he had a 1000.
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im pretty sure that system will fit that 750 of his, i know all the 01-06 gsxrs used the same exhaust pattern, the only difference between the 1000 header and 750 header was the length of the downpipes, the 1000 header was a little longer than the 750
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I don't think the horse power gain would be worth the money, but to each their own, I would spend the cash on a set of leathers... Is this your first bike? Are you racing the bike or just think you need more power?
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BTW, I have a Scorpion exhaust on mine, I like it...
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I've got a stock header with a slip-on & bmc filter (otherwise stock), and I have beat up on 1000's around the track. Spend the money on gear/track days.. When you can ride the bike to its full potential you wont need other stuff to make up for your own lack of skill.
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