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View Poll Results: 07 CBR 600RR Exhaust
ERION 2 10.00%
TI-Force 0 0%
Leo Vince 16 80.00%
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:03 PM   #1
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What type of Exhaust for CBR

well I'm trying to choose an exhaust for my 2007 cbr 600rr. Any advise. I know what everyone has around here has Akrapovic and Yoshimura, but i like to be different. want something that no one has around here. But all the info I've been reading is pretty much the same..yeah the HP may be little different between em' but, i also want on that sound good too...dont want it to sound like ..ya know. Can yall help me out with some advise? What name brands would yall go for. Been looking at ERION, TI-force, and Leo Vince.
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:34 PM   #2
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get the Jardine dual outlet carbon fiber, looks killer on the new cbr's and good HP gains as well as weight reduction.
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:36 PM   #3
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who do you ride with Richard I live in the same area?
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:58 PM   #4
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Full system or slip on? If full there are not many Yoshi Ti systems out there. I have on e on my RR and you can hear the sweetness over all the other bike on the front and back straight. NOTHING sounds like that wail that seems to be saying...."yeah I'ma 600, you want some?" Accept no substitute. If you just have to have something else then the Leo Vince...........
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Does D&D make a slip on for the 07's yet?

I dig mine.
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You need to look at the M4 exhaust systems....they're Texas made and I like the sound of mine. Don't see many either.

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yes D&D does make it for 07'
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you're not gonna be different on a bike, unless you get something that ain't worth a . (that's the reason why nobody has it) or unless you get something custom made, but i won't even go there.

my vote goes to Leo Vince. sounds killer on my 600rr, and performance gains are nice as well.
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my bike

l 7bd67fd4730820333ec85edeab268d25 and its lowered 2'' in the front

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he was saying lower your font, not the front.....

why did you lower the front?
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i ride with rebeltexastom from STP...we mostly ride on weds at 730, meet up at AMC 30. or i just ride around when ever
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sorry just read it wrong..i lowered the bike 2''..
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Why not get a Yoshi? Whats wrong with them?
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raise your bike back up or lower the back too, if you just lower the front its gonna make the bike all twitchy and unstable. and no lowering the bike doesnt make you look cool, just haveing one makes you cool. so raise it back up unless you are 5 foot nothin
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the leo vince is prolly one of the top 3 pipes as far as power goes and the craftsmanship is second to none
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the leo vince is prolly one of the top 3 pipes as far as power goes and the craftsmanship is second to none
Whats the the other 2?
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honda cbr600rr 773deletedm2 flat AL
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