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Old 10-08-2007, 10:19 PM   #1
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I HAVE A 05 CBR600RR WHATS THE BEST EXHAUST SYSTEM FOR THIS BIKE I WANT TO GET THE FULL SYSTEM AND ALSO WANT TO KNOWWHICH GIVES THE MOST HP AND SOUND. THANKS FOR THE HELP!
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psssshhhhhh ehxaust.... just take that t off
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not jus replacing it... its all about the remap....
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WHAT!?

267d4fc6cf7b0340f691861dc2c5ebe6

Ask Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited here on the board or search 600rr.net.
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Old 10-08-2007, 10:39 PM   #5
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arata is the best from what i've heard....but i like the look of akra for me...saving my off for now.....do research.... try that link....
http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...ighlight=arata
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why do you want to spend so much money to get such little results??

if you want the sound, get a slip on and, do some suspension mods at Motorcycles Unlimited, do some trackdays with www.LSTD.com and learn how to use the bike and you'll not need any added hp at all.

you're gonna spend over $1000 for what, 4-6 hp??? Not worth the expense!

or, you could spend that same $1000 and get the new ECU/Traction control system!!
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please press the key on the far left of your keyboard which says "Caps Lock".

back on topic....a full system won't do much good without a power commander. it's hard to say which system is best....it all comes down to the mapping. they will all be comparable. if you want to get the best, buy a full titanium system of whichever manufacturer you choose.
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why do you want to spend so much money to get such little results??

if you want the sound, get a slip on and, do some suspension mods at Motorcycles Unlimited, do some trackdays with www.LSTD.com and learn how to use the bike and you'll not need any added hp at all.

you're gonna spend over $1000 for what, 4-6 hp??? Not worth the expense!

or, you could spend that same $1000 and get the new ECU/Traction control system!!
sounds like motogp technology to me
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ya... explain the ecu traction control... I don't have track experience over setting suspension on old cbrs.... You got me curious....
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well, i don't know much at all about it other than hearing some guys at the races talking about it, Motorcycles Unlimited may be able to fill us in on it!!

They were debating the difference of the FULL exhaust for $1000 over the $800 or so cost of the traction control ecu thingy system!?!?!??


It's just hearsay on my part (for now) wait, my yearly bonus is coming

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PFF TRACTION CONTROL MY . ITS CALLED YOUR WRIST MAN
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a response like the ones given is why members shy away...

please be respectful to new guys



as for an exhaust, Ive got the D&D twins, I really like the sound... power wise, most are about the same, you cant tell the difference
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^^^ what chris said. look up sound clips on youtube and see which exhaust sound you like then get that one
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Yeah.... D&D sucks majorly...... Jardine sounds mean on the Honda 600rr's
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I'm thinking of getting the Akropovic carbon fiber slip-on. Sounds great and Patrick can get you a fair deal and install it.
+1 Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited 281-444-0545

they do all the work on my 600rr racebike....and they also run a 600rr for their racebike.
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kool sounds to me like Motorcycles Unlimited is the way to go so i wanted to go all out and get the full system plus also a power commander to make it run better. pls excuse the caps. thanks for the advice
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granted im no expert but ive heard on a 600 you will lose bottom end with a full system. Do what you want though.

I have two bro's slip on on my 06 600rr and its loud as .
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granted im no expert but ive heard on a 600 you will lose bottom end with a full system. Do what you want though.

I have two bro's slip on on my 06 600rr and its loud as .
you will lose bottom end on all bikes, including 1000's. by opening up the pipes, you reduce backpressure in your exhaust. backpressure helps build up torque....but the gains up top will be worth it.

get a powercommander with a good map....and keep the rev's up, it'll keep you in the bike's powerband. that's where the mods take effect anyhow.
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to speeddemon, id like you to explain why D&D sucks....

ive had two bikes with a D&D....no problems here,and I always get compliments on look and sound of it
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to speeddemon, id like you to explain why D&D sucks....

ive had two bikes with a D&D....no problems here,and I always get compliments on look and sound of it
D&D makes loud noise, irritating noise, like bikes without slip on. On some it does makes pretty nice noise but majority of bikes have them, I don't like.
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