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Old 03-28-2009, 05:54 PM   #1
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need help finding slip on exhaust

hey guys need some advice on what slip on exhaust would work best w my 07 ZX6R possibly something loud as but yet legal lol and where can i get a good deal on one would really appreciate it .
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Old 03-28-2009, 06:53 PM   #2
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try d&d exhaust. i have one on my cbr 900 and its pretty loud. to me anyhow. and like everyone else says. " EBAY THAT DUDE "
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If you want cheap and loud just remove the exhaust canister. Your bike will be lighter too.
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:03 PM   #4
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:05 PM   #5
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try Two Brothers exhaust ! It made my bike and quad loud and deep. Plus it made my bike a lot lighter. Price was reasonable too!
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try Two Brothers exhaust ! It made my bike and quad loud and deep. Plus it made my bike a lot lighter. Price was reasonable too!
I second babygirl's suggestion. I've seen a Two Brother's setup on a ZX-6R and it was sexy! The sound was great as well!
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The Two Brothers exhaust is by far the best bang for the buck we have seen in a long time and very affordable.
99 Chris is right. DO NOT just REMOVE your STOCK CANISTER. That is just more problems than you want to deal with. I would personally avoid the D&D for your bike. We are offering free installation with purchase of a slip on and I believe I have that pipe in stock. We could have you rolling 2 Bros style tomorrow afternoon.
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2 bros is loud and has better performance than the D&D.
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i have a full D&D and its the loudest exhaust i heard i love it and for some reason it spits out flames dont know if thats a good thing probably not...
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If you like the look of a Yoshi we carry those also but they are not as loud or as throaty. Yosh makes a great pipe and they are on sale also.
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I have the dual canister 2Bros on my bike, but only because it was free. I think the build quality is lacking a bit compared to Akrapovic, Leo Vince and the like, but it IS a very throaty exhaust. I love the way mine sounds. I have to say the I don't consider the quality to be bad, but my slip-on retailed for $1,200, and I couldn't fathom paying even half that. As long as you like the looks, and the sound, you'll more than likely love it. From what I've seen, 2 Wheel Toyz's has some great deals as well, though I've never been there.
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Thanks GNG. I would have to agree with you about Akrapovic being a better built pipe. I took off a 2 Bros and put on the Ak and I could tell the difference in manufacturers but the Ak retails at over 300 bucks more for the slip on and honestly, I miss the sound of the 2 Bros.
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Thanks GNG. I would have to agree with you about Akrapovic being a better built pipe. I took off a 2 Bros and put on the Ak and I could tell the difference in manufacturers but the Ak retails at over 300 bucks more for the slip on and honestly, I miss the sound of the 2 Bros.
Oh , when I was looking the Akra was about half the price of the 2Bros, but that was for an 05-06 ZX-6R. The 2Bros on my bike DID survive being in saltwater from Ike for a few days, and it's still holding together, so like I said, I can't call the quality bad at all. I think the OP will love the 2Bros. Sounds kicks .
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