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Old 02-12-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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gp style fz1 exhaust

sup guys, i'm looking for a gp style exhaust for a 2006 fz1, i've tried the internet and google, but got nothing, anyone know if something from another bike might work?
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Micron makes three finishes and even a full system...
In all honesty; the slip on would be enough and you may lose midrange a bit

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or if you wanted it shorter; what about a turn out and a PCMIII. Would be really loud and lose alot of mid for topend power...
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i've seen those before, just don't really like the way they look being all curvy and such, the only porblem with a turnout is where my exhaust bolts up is kinda far out, just kinda looking for a tip to stick on the end of my header that maybe has a small baffle in it for some backpressure. my bike has no cats in it so i need at least a little backpressure
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i guess if i'm limited to that, i'll have to go with it, sounds pretty loud, want to make sure all the caged idiots can hear me comin
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I've seen some nicer cans than that one on the fizzers. Look around.
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been checkin around but i like the look of the r6/gixxer cans, just don't want a bulky exhaust can hangin out there
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black really hides an exhaust; that's what I did w the kat.

on the busa I cut the can back also to close it in
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exactly what i'm looking for, but just the slip-on with a baffle, i've already knocked my cats out so i pretty much have the front header portion, just need the slip-on w/ baffle, i really like the jardine setup speedfreak07 has, but i need on with a baffle, if anyone can rig that up, i'll gladly pay, i would do it myslef but i don't have a welder handy to tack in the baffle
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exactly what i'm looking for, but just the slip-on with a baffle, i've already knocked my cats out so i pretty much have the front header portion, just need the slip-on w/ baffle, i really like the jardine setup speedfreak07 has, but i need on with a baffle, if anyone can rig that up, i'll gladly pay, i would do it myslef but i don't have a welder handy to tack in the baffle
Hot bodies makes one like you are looking for, a buddy of mine has one on his gsxr 1000.
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wonder if it'll fit my pipe, not quite sure how big it is, but that's exactly what i'm looking for. wouldn't mind running just a tip, but i wanna keep it on there for a while and don't want to burn up the valves on long rides, i was the guy asking about your exhaust on the sunday ride in galveston.
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do you still have stock exhaust on your bike ???
if you're thinking get a slip-on,you may think to get a pc-III also and a good map,if not-it will exhaust back firing alot on deceleration (bc ex-up valve is removed).I have 2 07 FZ1s,1 has pcIII and mcvid and 1 has gytr no pcIII,both r very loud,no borg out (approx 3500-4000 rpm on stock).I'm satisfy with both types slip-on !!! any way i'm in 45n/2920.you're welcome to come to check them out !!!!
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yeah, still got the stock exhaust, thought about just cuttin that open and pull out some baffles and re-weld. i got rid of the pop on mine by blocking off the air injection system. might wanna check it out
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