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Old 03-25-2014, 09:36 AM   #1
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Exclamation Suggestions on exhaust 2014 R1

Debating on what exhaust I should get on my 2014 Yamaha R1 I have two choices in mind. Toce exhaust or GYTR. Suggestions please.
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Debating on what exhaust I should get on my 2014 Yamaha R1 I have two choices in mind. Toce exhaust or GYTR. Suggestions please.
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Just get a speed triple according to neon samurai.


Toce is . The only reason to get would be aesthetics. The gytr isn't much better. For Yamaha the best 2 choices are graves or akrapovich.

The gytr is your best option of the 2 Imo
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Thanks for advice tiatool
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Old 03-26-2014, 01:13 PM   #5
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toci and gytr are junk. I saw best results from graves low mount or akro
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Akra. You might find a good deal on a full LeoVince since they closed shop.
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i have a full akra on my yamaha, love it ! Graves obviously is a great choice to as well. Yoshi i think would be a good choice if you are a little more budget minded. Call house of paint, they are a sponser on here and had great deals on the exhaust systems
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LV, Akra - top of le top
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Trade that bike in son. That being said Akra...not like its going to matter but make it sound cool when everyone passes you.
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I'd keep it cheap, take them off, powder coat them and throw race baffles, dont install block offs on it and the sound is truly amazing... specially the "popping"... Better than any aftermarket exhaust except Toce.
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What makes GYTR and TOCE /junk? Many have stated it but elaboration is a wonderful thing.
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What makes GYTR and TOCE /junk? Many have stated it but elaboration is a wonderful thing.
this is just my opinion, but the quality of the materials used and the craftsmenship of their products put them in the bottom of the list for me.

Yoshimura's are nice for the price. Sound great, look great, works wonderfully. If I had a lot more money to spend, i'd go for Akraprovic Ti or Graves Ti.
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