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Old 01-30-2008, 02:14 PM   #1
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Any recomendation on a good exhaust for the 2007 GSXR-750? One that looks close to the stock exhaust. I saw a Micron that looks good but I heard that it is very loud? is that true? I currently own a CBR 954RR and I am looking to buy a 2007 GSXR-750 in the blue and black color. So I would want to put on a pipe that would sound similar to the yoshi that I have on my CBR right now but when I was talking to a dealer he said that the Micron exhaust would be much more louder then the yoshi on my CBR.

By the way I found a good deals on the internet for brand new 2007 GSXR-750 between $8400 and $8600 out of the door prices. If any dealers in the greater Houston areas is willing to match that price, e-mail me. I'll pay cash.

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The Microns are loud and can get anoying if you dont like LOUD pipes, another option ( Which is what im puting on my 07 600) Is the Taylormade its a slick setup and sounds pretty good to boot nice low note and a little louder on top. That pipe also comes with a nifty carbon trim peice that looks awesome
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Old 01-30-2008, 09:52 PM   #4
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The Akra has produced the biggest gain in the mid range that I've seen by far.
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Dont mean to thread jack........but lol.....Patrick have ya'll sold any of the taylormade exhausts and if so do you know how the p\u in perf. is? thanks
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I had a Yosh can on mine and it sounded good. not much louder than stock but sounded good.

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The Microns are loud and can get anoying if you dont like LOUD pipes, another option ( Which is what im puting on my 07 600) Is the Taylormade its a slick setup and sounds pretty good to boot nice low note and a little louder on top. That pipe also comes with a nifty carbon trim peice that looks awesome
????? also have you dealt with the 2 bros. shorty thanks-Q
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Dont mean to thread jack........but lol.....Patrick have ya'll sold any of the taylormade exhausts and if so do you know how the p\u in perf. is? thanks
^ment to quote this one then ran out of time sorry
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