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Old 12-05-2005, 12:30 PM   #1
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opinions on exhausts, which sounds the deepest? which sounds the loudest? which sounds the whiniest?
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Old 12-05-2005, 02:16 PM   #2
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what kind of bike.... deepest im really not sure, loudest is d&d, whiniest d&d and one more anoying as all d&d.

But we need to know what kind of bike you have homey
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suzuki has a deal with yosh and alot of suzuki's have yosh. the sound pretty good for that bike.

one promotion they had when you buy a bike new, you get $300 in "Yosh Bucks" towards a purchase of their products.

oh, and just because Suzuki race teams have them on their bike doesnt mean its the best performaning exhaust for that bike.
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what kind of bike.... deepest im really not sure, loudest is d&d, whiniest d&d and one more anoying as all d&d.

But we need to know what kind of bike you have homey
D&D is definately the loudest. The Laser exhaust on my bike is a nice deep tone but not too loud. I haven't heard it on any other bike though. More info on the bike would be very helpful.
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:25 PM   #5
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well the exhaust that makes the most realy depends on the bike. each brand of bike has there own preferred exhaust. mainly b\c there gp teams use that exhaust. like suzuki uses yosh, kawasaki uses akrapovic, yamaha use termignomi, and honda uses arrow. usely the preferred ones tend to make the most but there r some exceptions. loudest got to be d&d and kerker. whiniest got to be d&d. yosh and akrapovic sound pretty deep. i dont like d&d personaly b\c its to loud. also they dont last long compared to the others. yosh is very good at making hp on meny diffent brands and so is akrapovic.
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i have a 600 gsxr.........anyone have any input on two brothers?
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I have an erion racing pipe on my 929 and it is a nice deep tone. It is the same as the 2 brothers. It is very nice quality.
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Old 12-05-2005, 11:01 PM   #8
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Two Brothers is pretty good, a little on the expensive side. Not as loud as D&D but louder than Yosh or Akrapovic.
Are you thinking about a slip on or a full system?

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Im thinking about a 2brothers....BUt alot of other things come 1rst like leathers and real tires...

O yea back on topic...

I wouldn't suggest full system on a 600 wont help much from what i'v heard. But i would listen to all these people they are very smart esspecially that pat guy....
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yeah a slip on is probly ur best bet on a 600. the stock headers are pretty good.
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and this john guy hes a smart one too.....
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Straight pipe for sure but right up after that is D&D there is not a louder pipe on the street.
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