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Old 10-10-2012, 10:34 PM   #1
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Exhaust recommendations

I want a high mount black or carbon fiber exhaust for my 05 SV650S. Looking for something I can bolt straight on without any remapping or other changes. I'm really just looking to get rid of the oversized shiny silver stock can and I could really care less if one brand gets me 2 more HP than another. This is strictly for appearance and sound.

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check on www.svrider.com they prob. have a thread of the diff. exhaust, hi-mount is not the usual arrangement.
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ACK! i came up on an SV w/ no can, sounded like !
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Is this what you have in mind?....... http://www.holeshot.com/sv650/sv_testimonial.shtml
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Is this what you have in mind?....... http://www.holeshot.com/sv650/sv_testimonial.shtml
The M4 and the Holeshot are 2 of the ones I was looking at. I really like the way the highmount looks.
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M4

check on www.svrider.com they prob. have a thread of the diff. exhaust, hi-mount is not the usual arrangement.
I got on there a few months back and I think I like the M4 the best.
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Opinions please.

I can get this plus a power commander or I can get the M4 carbon slip on. I like the M4 better I can get a full sys and a power commander for about the same price. Does the power commander really make a difference? Which is the better option?

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This is a Yoshimura TRS stainless full system exhaust with carbon can. It was on an 07 650S but should fit any gen. 2 SV-650. The muffler mounts in the stock location. Never crashed...has no scratches, dents, or dings. The header could use a little polishing, otherwise it's in great condition. Save weight, add power, and make your SV sound like the business!
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