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Old 02-05-2007, 08:26 PM   #1
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xr50? or a Graves full exhaust?

alright im torn between the two to choose from. someone help me pick
im debating on getting a 50cc to play around/stunt.

OR!!! i found a really good deal on a graves full exhaust for my bike

MH peeps opinions please!
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:30 PM   #2
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what do you want to do?!? stunt and hurt yourself.. (learning curve got to remember) or make your r6 sound MEAN! and go faster? im thorn between a system for my truck and an exhaust and race leathers myself..
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:31 PM   #3
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what do you want to do?!? stunt and hurt yourself.. (learning curve got to remember) or make your r6 sound MEAN! and go faster? im thorn between a system for my truck and an exhaust and race leathers myself..
your suppose to pick! lol
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:32 PM   #4
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get the 50 we dont need any more bikes load as in houston
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me, personally.............i would prob get the exhaust Long. thats just me though.
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I would get the fiddy. . .full exhaust for street use is overkill IMO. Do what makes you happy bro.
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or buy a slip on and use the rest for something else for the r6? or go get a racefit can?
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I would get the fiddy. . .full exhaust for street use is overkill IMO. Do what makes you happy bro.
good point.
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:38 PM   #10
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or buy a slip on and use the rest for something else for the r6? or go get a racefit can?
i could do both!
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50 the exhaust may sound good but on those nights where you don't want to pull the big bike out, pull out the little one lol
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50 fool so i you can sell it to me when you don't use it as often at a friend discount and payment plan
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50, wills just jealous he won't have one...
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50, wills just lealous he won't have one...


i will have one eventually, im saying, personally, if i had a bike with stock exhaust and i got my income tax check, i would buy exhaust first, since i would be riding my big bike more often anyways.
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pipes are so over rated a slip on will do nothing to his r6 with that huge cat under the motor....
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pipes are so over rated a slip on will do nothing to his r6 with that huge cat under the motor....

either way, he is wanting a "full exhaust", not a slip on.
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pipes are overrated but you roll Termignoni's on your bike lol
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learn how to ride it first then get a exhaust. lol
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full would be better but a 50 would be 100% better than full. what would be more fun a pipes to replace one you already have thats working fine or a new toy
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