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Old 10-30-2007, 09:20 AM   #1
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Hey guys and galls... What exhaust in ya'lls opinion would be best for my 07 cbr 1000rr and should I do a slip on or full??? Id like to go with just a slip on due to cost but if the full is better Ill just save up...
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:26 AM   #2
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D&D if you want loud...i had it on my 06' 1000rr....had a rumble at idle...and screamed throughout the rpm range. although it got pretty loud for my liking.

the jardine dual outlet pipe sounds real nice as well. Pre-K (todd) had it on his 1000rr, sounded even better in person.

for street purposes....i'd get a slip on. if you got a full system, you would need a power commander to go along with it, to help with the fuel curve that the full system will effect.
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I think the Jaurdines are great and they cost less and seem to be as well built and anything else. I don't think there is much point in considering a full system if you don't want to spend much. I just don't think you really get your moneys worth out of a full system. (Not that much gain for dollar spent)
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I think the Jaurdines are great and they cost less and seem to be as well built and anything else. I don't think there is much point in considering a full system if you don't want to spend much. I just don't think you really get your moneys worth out of a full system. (Not that much gain for dollar spent)


well said

unless you plan on going neck to neck with someone on a race, and you need those extra ponies to pull....i'd rather save the cash.
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^^^^ take it and run; check ebay etc.... my muzzy system ended up 362, full header back. Used cans were in the 400 range... no given for me; tired of running bike with no mufflers:dontknow:was killin my ears
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Old 10-30-2007, 08:01 PM   #8
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Yeah, like the others said, you'll only gain a small handfull of ponies usually way up high in the rev range with a full sys. I bet that most riders couldn't tell the difference in power because you have to be going 130+mph to get where it would help.
Also you usually lose something in the lower or middle rev range and that's where you need the power most on the street. That's why they always retune sportbike motors when used in naked models. That meaty midrange is where you feel the power.
I say just a slip-on to get the look and the sound. You will gain a little power and not have to mess with a Power Commader to readjust you fuel mapping. And a slip-on will sound vitually just like a full sys.
You don't need more power... you need more noise! (just like me)
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yea just do a slip on will save you alot off money you dont need any more power you got 07 1000rr you just need the rumble!!! of a aftermarket now
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:08 PM   #10
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can ya'll give me some prices on what I would expect to pay for each popular brand... I checked ebay but am not sure if I am getting a good deal or ripped off... thanks in advance
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that jardine dual was super nice on pre-k's bike.
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:13 PM   #13
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Dude u've heard the two bros on my 1000RR.......id go with the two bros or the jardine.....both sound great. The jardine tuckes under the tail better but the two bros is a little louder in my opinion.
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Old 11-01-2007, 07:15 AM   #14
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yeah I got a kick price for the jaurdine on my bike installed from patrick... 544.00 out the door.... I looked on ebay and they were all about 495. plus shipping so Patrick is giving me a way beter price...
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Way to go Ariel! You're going to like the sound. Just don't go too fast.
You know that sound makes you go faster? Or at least makes you want to go faster.
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Old 11-01-2007, 09:25 AM   #17
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ill try not too... I just want to semi finish my bike project... Pat and staff installed my LTD fend elim kit yesterday, intergrated tail light and front flush mount turn sigs... now I just need the exhaust
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