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Old 02-14-2006, 02:22 PM   #1
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Question Best Pipe for a 02 954rr

I already have the power commander and the K&N filter but i don't really know what kind of pipe to get to for a 2002 honda 954rr. What would sound or perform the best?
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Old 02-14-2006, 02:28 PM   #3
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Its all about your preference man none of the pipes are really going to gain on another one...I would go with a full exst.. header to pipe that’s really the only way your going to see any real benefits...Then have it re tuned or use one of the suggested maps (i suggest getting it on a dyno though)

As far as witch brand is better then witch one there really isnt one that sticks out the most. I don’t personally care for d&d but thats just me there too loud and arent very good pipes.....As far as fit and finish the girnelli(sp), youshi, graves have some of the best welds i have seen on pipes......
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akra and leo vince are great great pipes as well.....akra pipes are fairly quite though....
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yo thanks! Do any of ya know a good place intown to get one? Yo I have that valve on bike that I was told to never remove cuz it would mess with the torque. Thats why I never bought a full system.
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The full system is a bit overkill, I would just go with a slip-on, but its up to you. Call Cycle Gear (sharpstown) and we will get you any pipe you want and take 20% off the price for you!


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yea man full system prices are nuts!!
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Depends on what you are willing to spend. If you want more speed - go with the full exhaust.
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just my 2 cents but i would go with eaither yosh or akapovic maby arrow. i dont like graves personaly my self. yosh is the cheaper of the 3 and makes the same hp or more somtimes than the others. also if ur looking for sound the new trc cans are louder than the trs or rs3. mainly b\c it is shorter. also with a slip on u can gain up to 5 hp but mostly 3.
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