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Old 07-07-2008, 01:59 PM   #1
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Exhaust Help

I want to get a bolt on or slip on for my bike. Price is the biggest factor for me, but performance and looks are important too. Below are the ones I like the most so far. Can I get some opinions or facts on the manufacturers or suggestions on others?

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M4 and DandD are the loudest.... M4 at high rpms sounds a bit raspy for me

Two bros loud and deep from most I've heard; Yoshi is quieter but always has a good tone.

If you're looking for a slip on start molesting Ebay... You'll find good deals from time to time
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Lil pricey; no one's selling used stuff yet.

http://search.ebay.com/search/search...ust&category0=


so we gonna stubby the factory exhaust? Will be much louder and hug the bike well... I did it to my busa's muzzy and also the stock Kat's
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Lil pricey; no one's selling used stuff yet.

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so we gonna stubby the factory exhaust? Will be much louder and hug the bike well... I did it to my busa's muzzy and also the stock Kat's
Will that mess up airflow though, I've heard if you remove your can for example, there will be too much flow and you will burn your valves.
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Removing a can eliminates all back pressure; tuning would be required w an AM system to prevent damage. A muzzy or aftermarket muffler is going to be a straight tube w gutter baffling and wrapped insulation to slow exhaust enough to allow some back pressure. the stock heads are still quite restrictive and so are midpipes.
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M4 FTW! But you should check out Arrow!
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I had a Muzzy on both of mine. 00 zx6r and 06 zzr. I loved them. The m4 is the loudest for sure.
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