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Old 04-01-2012, 09:44 AM   #1
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Looking for a place to install TWO BROTHERS FULL EXHAUST on my fz6r

Does anyone know who can install a Two Brothers Full Exhaust on stock Yamaha fz6r?

Also, if someone did already, can comment about results?

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We can do it, no problem.
As far as results, the full system biases the power a bit towards the top end so there's some low rpm loss. I'd also recommend installing a Power Commander whenever you install a full system to be able to tune the fuel system for the additional exhaust flow.
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Old 04-01-2012, 10:46 AM   #3
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We can do it, no problem.
As far as results, the full system biases the power a bit towards the top end so there's some low rpm loss. I'd also recommend installing a Power Commander whenever you install a full system to be able to tune the fuel system for the additional exhaust flow.
How much? :-)

Also, I've seen exhaust systems "spitting fire". Is that a drawback? and what other alternatives do I have and how they compare in terms of loudness.

A deep and loud system is good. But not too loud that would be annoying.

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A full system 2bros would prolly be annoyingly loud..imo
the power commander should take care of the "spitting fire"..

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Old 04-01-2012, 10:59 AM   #5
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The flames/popping on decel are from the PAIR system, which is easy enough to disable.
They're more of a nuisance than anything else.

If you are looking for an increase in sound along with a weight loss and a modest power gain I'd recommend going to a slip on.
Less expensive, no loss of mid range throttle response and installing a Power Commander is optional but not necessary.
Give me a call tomorrow or swing by the shop and we can show you some options.
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:18 AM   #6
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The flames/popping on decel are from the PAIR system, which is easy enough to disable.
They're more of a nuisance than anything else.

If you are looking for an increase in sound along with a weight loss and a modest power gain I'd recommend going to a slip on.
Less expensive, no loss of mid range throttle response and installing a Power Commander is optional but not necessary.
Give me a call tomorrow or swing by the shop and we can show you some options.
Ok,

Thanks Patrick. Not in a rush, but I will.

Do you know or have YouTube videos of the "slip on"? ...

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Damm. It sounds freaking sweet ... is that the slip on only option Patrick was taking about?

Thanks for taking the time and post.

EDIT: never mind , that's with the two bros I think.

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I just realized that you have an FZ6R.
Unless I'm mistaken the full system is all that's available.
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