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hell yeah,i want one!! but i'll get one if you give me the "homeboy hookup"!! lol jk not to sound cheap,but mine is just my "streeter" &i wont need anything too crazy. just need alil more volume coming from the pipe

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Has anyone got pics of a BOS titanium fitted?
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Does anyone have a pic of a yosh RS5 with a CA integrated tail light? Just wondering how visible the light is, as the pipe seems to hug the tail. Thanks!
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Does anyone have a pic of a yosh RS5 with a CA integrated tail light? Just wondering how visible the light is, as the pipe seems to hug the tail. Thanks!
You are probably going to need to look into lowering the exhaust a little. I am about to install the same exhaust and a Tripage IT myself. Have already started looking into lowering brackets to make that light stand out

I should have mine installed in the next couple of days without a lowering bracket to start, but i am sure there will be someone on here that can show you a pic before that.
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Just saw the pics in 07-08 section. Looks good! How much are you planning to lower the pipe? Post a few pics when you get it done.

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Just ordered a barely used arrow slip on, will update with pics/sound when I get her installed ;) .

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yep, you're gonna definitely need to lower that RS5 a little if you want to put in a tail light up top. I'm actually considering going back to factory exhaust and installing a TST tail light because I just don't want to have to lower down that exhaust, and because it's just too loud for my taste

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Sounds so good and not too many people have Arrow, fitment is perfect as is the tone. Deep at idle and also at high revs.

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Can anyone tell me which exhaust (full system or can only) provides the best improvement in torque? I'm looking to pruchase an aftermarket exhaust (Arrow, Akrpovic,Yoshimura etc) however I'm looking for a comparsion on the top rated exhaust for performance and specifically improvements in torque. My only other requirement is the exhust fits onto the existing mounts and there is no need for any modification of the existing tail lights etc. Can someone help?
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Can anyone tell me which exhaust (full system or can only) provides the best improvement in torque? I'm looking to pruchase an aftermarket exhaust (Arrow, Akrpovic,Yoshimura etc) however I'm looking for a comparsion on the top rated exhaust for performance and specifically improvements in torque. My only other requirement is the exhust fits onto the existing mounts and there is no need for any modification of the existing tail lights etc. Can someone help?
youre gonna be disappointed mang. any of those brands you mentioned along with many others, arent gonna give you much improvement on tq or hp.
your best bet to do a sprocket upgrade. although you dont gain any numbers for tq or hp with a sprocket change, the difference in acceleration will make it "feel" like an improvement or "boost" in performance.
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I have a question about stock exhaust pipes EGCV in 07 600rr.

Has anybody removed it completely? I disconnected the servo wires and wired it to fully open but I had problems with it because the wiring broke in bumby racing circuit (worked fine for two years) and the valve closed and I spent several hours locating the fault. I am looking now for either better way to make it stay open (bolt, screw, etc.) or removing it completely.

Racing exhaust would be the answer if low cost is found but since that other means are needed.
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My TOCE Exhaust, Pic and Video

Attachment 25444
To hear exhaust skip to end of video... around 3:05
Exhaust is really loud, this video does not do it justice. Very well made, dual aluminum cans, Stainless Steel Midpipe, i paid about $589 includes shipping. If u like loud exhausts this is it. If not, then i would stay away..


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To hear exhaust skip to end of video... around 3:05
Exhaust is really loud, this video does not do it justice. Very well made, dual aluminum cans, Stainless Steel Midpipe, i paid about $589 includes shipping. If u like loud exhausts this is it. If not, then i would stay away..
Nice bike, and the exhaust sounds pretty bad ass. Where'd you buy it, and how much did it run you?
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I bought it from toceperformance.com, they are a company in Connecticut... I paid $589 and that includes shipping. I think its $564 for exhaust and $25 for shipping...

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Does anyone have a Vance & Hines exhaust on an 07-08? Can't seem to find much on those.
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Perfect time to post the same arrow exhaust as above but with 3 inches cut by Tripage.
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Leo Vince exhaust confuse the fawk out of me

My last bike had a LV slip on installed already. I'm not sure if its the SBK, EVO2, LV1, etc. reason I ask if because I'm looking to get the exact same one that was on my last blue bike. I know there some versions that stick out way more than my old LV and those are also called SBK just like my old one that was more flush with the tail. Any help is appreciated! Here are pics of my old LV





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To hear exhaust skip to end of video... around 3:05
Exhaust is really loud, this video does not do it justice. Very well made, dual aluminum cans, Stainless Steel Midpipe, i paid about $589 includes shipping. If u like loud exhausts this is it. If not, then i would stay away..
Loving the sound of it, can't wait to get mine. I just love how raw it sounds without the raspyness.

BTW bigglen where did you get those fairings? The fitment looks pretty good

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went with toce, and never looked back... got many compliments of having the nicest sounding exhaust around
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The one you posted should be the SBK Factory. The EvoII (what I had) does not stick out beyond the tail. The LV1, which is their new model, does stick out beyond the end of the tail but the shape of the endcap is different.

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My last bike had a LV slip on installed already. I'm not sure if its the SBK, EVO2, LV1, etc. reason I ask if because I'm looking to get the exact same one that was on my last blue bike. I know there some versions that stick out way more than my old LV and those are also called SBK just like my old one that was more flush with the tail. Any help is appreciated! Here are pics of my old LV





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Question New leo Vince bracket

Does anyone know how to get though to Leo Vince and get a new bracket(not the one that goes around the can but that attaches to under the tail) they will not respond to me and the one they sold with my exhaust cracked and snapped after 5,000 miles. Now it is all crocked and loose enough to bang into my undertail. With all the potholes in my city it is killing me. Any advise would be awesome.
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Does anyone have a Vance & Hines exhaust on an 07-08? Can't seem to find much on those.

Did anybody ever try the Vance & Hines CS One?


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