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Old 06-02-2008, 11:29 PM   #21
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Old 06-03-2008, 09:25 AM   #24
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ON an 08, go with Brock's Alien head...... Ti Force(sumo) or Akrapovich are good alternates. Brock's sounds and looks killer and will make some snot. 185hp with a pipe only is no problem. PCIII, custom map will make 190hp and on VP MR9 fuel will make close to 200hp.


BTW, yosh pipes look and sound good but make for power....They always have. Their header pipes and collectors suck on the production models....
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Hey camaroz2866,

Great Busa. Thats exactly what I want to do to mine. Can you tell me or pm me and give me a Motorcycles Unlimited quote on what that Yosh pipe, PCIII, and the dyno would cost me? Thanks,

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PS IMHO On a Suzuki the pipe of choice is a Yosh pipe. Since I bought my Hurricane 600 in 1987, I remember being jealous of the GSXR's running around with Yosh pipes.
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ON an 08, go with Brock's Alien head...... Ti Force(sumo) or Akrapovich are good alternates. Brock's sounds and looks killer and will make some snot. 185hp with a pipe only is no problem. PCIII, custom map will make 190hp and on VP MR9 fuel will make close to 200hp.


BTW, yosh pipes look and sound good but make for power....They always have. Their header pipes and collectors suck on the production models....

+1 to all of the above.
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I had brocks alien head on mine. now I have an akra. sounds way better imo.
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I think he is going with the brocks. Thanks for all of the input guys. Hey Alan, that long lunch got us some dirty looks when we got back to work .
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:11 PM   #31
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I had a full muzzy on mine. not too loud and sounded good. Also the muzzy was cheaper in pricece. Guess he needs to decide also on how much noise he also wants to make. heard that yoshi is a real loud pipe.
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:28 PM   #32
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brocks is pretty cool, nothing like the voodoo that sounds/looks good on a busa
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Old 06-13-2008, 03:44 PM   #33
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i dont have a busa...but brocks do sound good !!!!!
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