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View Poll Results: Which type of Exhaust would you recommend?
Yoshimura 22 64.71%
Two Brothers 4 11.76%
Micron 4 11.76%
Scorpion 4 11.76%
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:53 PM   #1
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Which type of Exhaust would you recommend?

Im about to go get an Exhaust 2morrow, and I'm looking for opinions and suggestions. Anything will be appreciated!
-Yoshi
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:57 PM   #2
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The Yoshi's are really nice, and have a great sound. The scorpions are going really cheap now because they lost a distributor. Not a huge fan of Micron, but they can be nice. Two Brothers are a good middle of the road choice. You will be happy with all of your options.

A few questions:

Full system or slipon?
Shorty or full size pipe?
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yoshi are more tuned for the gixxer, two brothers good, i think the yamaha would be best with the micron!

my 2cents

if you want sound just do the slip on, if you have the money and want a bit more power, like8-10 get the full .

eather way ts just bragging anyway!
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yoshi are more tuned for the gixxer, two brothers good, i think the yamaha would be best with the micron!

my 2cents
Yes this is true about the yoshi, but if he is just looking for sound and looks, it will be ok. Depends on the application.
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Definitely a slip on, but im open for either the shorty or full size. Thats really gonna boil down to price and sound/quality.

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Old 08-11-2008, 08:02 PM   #6
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What are you looking for out of this exhaust? shorty, long, sound, performance? slip or full?
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i think like most street rides , me as well it looks and sound, so i would go with just the slip on, and check to see if the baffle can be removed

i had the tri ovle on the busa and the little pipe(baffle) in the can had one little screw on the botom side you could take it out!

better sound and if tuned a bit more power!
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06 R6 has a center exhaust right? I am a fan of the two bros cans; adds a deeper noise and not such a raspy kazoo of a sound out of a supersport bike.
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06 R6 has a center exhaust right? I am a fan of the two bros cans; adds a deeper noise and not such a raspy kazoo of a sound out of a supersport bike.

YEA

deep tone ,true, i had a whilco? some thing like that it was italian, on my gixxer 6 and its deep deep deep tone, strait threw race sylencer , was nice

you should have herd it when it was on the dyno, screaming boy it was nice!
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Old 08-11-2008, 08:22 PM   #10
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Can I vote 20 more times for Yoshimura please?
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Yoshi with the packing removed, yes....
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Im about to go get an Exhaust 2morrow, and I'm looking for opinions and suggestions. Anything will be appreciated!
-Yoshi
-Two Brothers
-Micron
-Scorpion
Check out this website.....

http://www.jazzmotorsports.com/scorp...1095_1099.html
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go with FMF sounds sweet as
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If your looking for sound and less weight, go with the 2bros slip-on. Its DEEP
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I've got a Graves on my '08 R6s and I love it, but if I had to choose on of the above I'd go with the Yoshi... the look + sound is pretty impressive.
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Old 08-11-2008, 10:47 PM   #18
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Termi's

TERMIGNONI

Rossi uses it on his Yamaha.....need I say more.

and so does Mr. Richards



Also Akrapovic is one of the best performers, too. If you want power, I say the serpent header system from Micron with Termi or Akra pipes. If you do slip-ons, at least get the other pipe that eliminates the cat. Reduces a LOT of heat and helps the flow tremendously.

Anyone know if the R6's have an ex-up system?

Also, check out Arrow and Sato. These are very under-rated in my opinion.
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I got a Yoshi and it sounds GREAT!
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