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Old 06-15-2008, 10:34 AM   #1
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I am curious to know if a Two Bros shorty exhaust that was made for a 600/750 would fit on a 1000 with some fabrication? It's just a slip-on, what is the difference besides maybe the diameter, is there a back pressure difference also? Performance? Clearance? thanks!
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Shortening a can you will lose some of the baffling tube; in an aftermarket exhaust that is the only backpressure element. I would expect the tube diameter to be larger since the engine size is considerably different.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Suzuk...spagenameZWDVW
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I am curious to know if a Two Bros shorty exhaust that was made for a 600/750 would fit on a 1000 with some fabrication? It's just a slip-on, what is the difference besides maybe the diameter, is there a back pressure difference also? Performance? Clearance? thanks!
This is going from a '06 600/750 to your '06 1k?

Should fit if so- just check the OD of the 1k and compare to the ID of the slip-on.

You very likely will not have any performance issues, clearance- well, you'll just have to see. Might have to make a bracket to reach the mount or something, but that's easy to do.
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Man, that doesn't look like it's big enough to be a 1k exhaust...
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Dunno... that's what it's labeled as...
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cool, thanks... I think there might be some issues with the body clearance.

what about this one...http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2006-...spagenameZWDVW

I am looking for the diameters right now
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or... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/New-T...m290237918098&
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cool, thanks... I think there might be some issues with the body clearance.

what about this one...http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2006-...spagenameZWDVW

I am looking for the diameters right now
Price is good; does say it has a little rash and ?what about the midpipe?

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That's new price... M4 is pretty popular w the gsxr7's... They sound great too.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Two-B...m130229378860&

here's one. I think this would work. Can't find the Diameters. is there a shop that will help me on this?
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If you're looking for exhausts anyway, why not look for exhausts for the 1k?

You'd have to measure the ID/ OD to see about the size, or email/ call the manufacturer.

Personally, I'm partial to M4, local company (Ft Worth) and well made.
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If you're looking for exhausts anyway, why not look for exhausts for the 1k?

You'd have to measure the ID/ OD to see about the size, or email/ call the manufacturer.

Personally, I'm partial to M4, local company (Ft Worth) and well made.
I have been, I like the the two bros shorty but they don't make it for the 1k, I like the look. The m4 is cool, looks a little funny but if the TB did not work I was going M4. BTW, thanks agian for the boots
I think m4 is the way to go.
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I have been, I like the the two bros shorty but they don't make it for the 1k, I like the look. The m4 is cool, looks a little funny but if the TB did not work I was going M4. BTW, thanks agian for the boots
I think m4 is the way to go.
Can't go wrong with an M4 slip-on. Great sound and looks

NP on the boots, when are we going to see you at the track?
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Can't go wrong with an M4 slip-on. Great sound and looks

NP on the boots, when are we going to see you at the track?
ASAP, looking for a bike I dont mind rashing up. I am considering selling my bike and getting a 600 or 750, and use it for street and track, better on the gas and not such a financial loss in case of a accident. looking around hopefully will find a deal.
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ASAP, looking for a bike I dont mind rashing up. I am considering selling my bike and getting a 600 or 750, and use it for street and track, better on the gas and not such a financial loss in case of a accident. looking around hopefully will find a deal.
Once you sell your bike, if you go with a dedicated track bike, check the CMRA bbs for deals on bikes that are already set up with suspension and other track goodies
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Does anyone know if the two brothers shorty slip on made for the 06/07 gsxr 600 will fit on the 08 gsxr 600?
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