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Old 06-06-2007, 10:06 AM   #21
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not me...I have been trying to get in the habit of wearing ear plugs. My bike has already damaged my hearing...I am not kidding either. I lie in bed at night listening to the ringing.
I lost 95% of my hearing in my left ear. It's amazing with the constant ringing I am not going insane. I feel for ya bro!
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Old 06-06-2007, 10:52 AM   #23
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I lost 95% of my hearing in my left ear. It's amazing with the constant ringing I am not going insane. I feel for ya bro!

Yes i am fighting the insanity as well. I have to have a fan on to mask the ringing. I guess being in the music industry doesn't help either.
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Well im looking into the Akra or beet full system. I also just noticed that Muzzy came out with a new GP style short side exit system that looks really nice. Not sure what numbers it brings though and i havent been much of a fan of muzzy in the past but i like this one. I just gotta ditch the boz bros asap!! lol
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Why exactly do you need more horse power out of your ZX-10R?
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Im not interested in having a $900+ (minimum) exhaust system on the bike and not gain anything from it. Kinda senseless dont you think.
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Im not interested in having a $900+ (minimum) exhaust system on the bike and not gain anything from it. Kinda senseless dont you think.
the gain you have is weight loss. That adds up too.
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Very true but if i like 3 or 4 different systems that i am considering and i can just do some research and find out that one crates more power and it was a toss up anyhow for which one i liked, why not go with the one with the bigger benefit? And i think i have the biggest weight loss possible right now. Only thing better than that is running an open head! lol
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So who are you racing that 4 horse power is going to make a differnece? Looks to me like you should buy some gear instead.
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Very true but if i like 3 or 4 different systems that i am considering and i can just do some research and find out that one crates more power and it was a toss up anyhow for which one i liked, why not go with the one with the bigger benefit? And i think i have the biggest weight loss possible right now. Only thing better than that is running an open head! lol
There won't be a 5hp difference in between systems as far as slip on go. You lost 10 hp with the moria but you also lost 13 lbs. so it is a trade off. if you want quiet again just go with any reputable slip ons and spend the money to have a custom map dyno'd for it. You will never miss 2-5hp on a 160 hp machine.
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I know but some people like slip-ons and some like full systems. I have the money to spend and i would rather have the full system to ditch the cat and exhaust valve and add a few extra ponies not to mention they sound a little more aggressive (because of not running a cat or EV) and slightly louder as well.

Moody, why does it matter? Im spending MY $$$ to get what I want. Its only normal to want the biggest benefit when spending the money to mod your bike. It wouldnt matter if these things came with 250hp to the wheel, people would still want 258 out of them. Human nature... lol
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I know but some people like slip-ons and some like full systems. I have the money to spend and i would rather have the full system to ditch the cat and exhaust valve and add a few extra ponies not to mention they sound a little more aggressive (because of not running a cat or EV) and slightly louder as well.

Moody, why does it matter? Im spending MY $$$ to get what I want. Its only normal to want the biggest benefit when spending the money to mod your bike. It wouldnt matter if these things came with 250hp to the wheel, people would still want 258 out of them. Human nature... lol
I don't know... I would probably do a seasons worth of local track days or a few nice trips to some badass tracks instead but yeah.... Iam just wasting my time and it is your money to waste.
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Why exactly do you need more horse power out of your ZX-10R?
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I don't know... I would probably do a seasons worth of local track days or a few nice trips to some badass tracks instead but yeah.... Iam just wasting my time and it is your money to waste.
Well man, not to be a but me and you are 2 different people. I made this post to talk about my experience with the exhaust i already have and no longer want and i mentioned my interests in a couple other systems. I wasnt asking anyone their permission to buy a full system or to spend my own money. I picked them because thats what i like but im also looking at the big picture to get the most for my money.

FYI, i have gear. Only thing i dont have is boots but ill be buying a pair of SIDI Vertigos or corsairs next week.
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I don't think the people making the Boz Bros. exhaust put any kinda of R&D into any of their systems. I can't believe the Bostrom family would even put their name on such a product.
Congrats on finding another idiot to unload that on.
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I don't think the people making the Boz Bros. exhaust put any kinda of R&D into any of their systems. I can't believe the Bostrom family would even put their name on such a product.
Congrats on finding another idiot to unload that on.
Thanks man. lol I did forewarn him how rediculous it is but he wants it bad. Im not gonna tell him twice! lol
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I don't think the people making the Boz Bros. exhaust put any kinda of R&D into any of their systems. I can't believe the Bostrom family would even put their name on such a product.
Congrats on finding another idiot to unload that on.
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Lol, its a header with a cut-off, how the did you think it would sound dude?

Still looks sick as ....
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Lol, its a header with a cut-off, how the did you think it would sound dude?

Still looks sick as ....
Well i expected it to be a little on the extreme sideas far as sound goes but i mainly bought it for the look and just hoped it would sound good and perform too but it doesnt. lol

On to the next exhaust....
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