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TOCE Exhaust on my 09 CBR600RR :)

Just installed it 2 days ago. Ordered it from TST Industries, where I also purchased my IT, fender eliminator, and smoked turn signals. I love this exhaust! Highly recommend it to anyone looking for a slip-on. I've gotten so many compliments the past 2 days on it also. Here's some pics, and a video I took today.









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Nice video man, sounds awesome!!
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Good choice! I just got mine installed yesterday too. I love how it looks and sounds.

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Thanks guys. Yeah, I love it. It's too much fun. Downshifting makes me so happy hahahaha :p
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great exhaust man! i have had it for about 10 months and still love it. almost went 2bros but then when i saw and heard this exhaust ordered it immediately lol
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great exhaust man! i have had it for about 10 months and still love it. almost went 2bros but then when i saw and heard this exhaust ordered it immediately lol
haha! that's the same thing I did. I was going to get the black series. Then saw this, and was like... I want to try something different, and couldn't be happier. Definitely not for people that don't want a loud exhaust, and I can't imagine it without the baffles haha
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Love the sound! I've recently started considering trading up to 07+ JUST so I can install a Toce. But I'll be on the 05 with a Yosh for the foreseeable future
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haha! that's the same thing I did. I was going to get the black series. Then saw this, and was like... I want to try something different, and couldn't be happier. Definitely not for people that don't want a loud exhaust, and I can't imagine it without the baffles haha
same here man lol and def not i never tried taking the baffles out to even hear what it sounds like lol

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Toce is American right? For some reason I always thought they were Japanese.

Originally I wanted two bros as well for my 08 too. Then I figured out that I didn't like the look of it compared to the RS5. But I liked the sound of the two bros better. Then people recommended the LeoVince so I went with them because of the look and sound:)

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^^Yep, Toce is an American company. It doesn't seem like a very large operation, but I gotta say I'm very impressed with the quality of the product.

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sick exhaust! wish i would have seen this before i bought mine
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Next bike absolutely....love this pipe


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Cool, I just want to have another 600RR to buy a TOCE jajajaja
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Thanks for all the positive feedback guys. I'm in love with this thing. The only thing good about being stationed in Alabama is it's December and I can still ride comfortably with the weather hahaha. I realized they sent me the lowering brackets with it so you can see the IT more. Installing those today haha
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Thanks for all the positive feedback guys. I'm in love with this thing. The only thing good about being stationed in Alabama is it's December and I can still ride comfortably with the weather hahaha. I realized they sent me the lowering brackets with it so you can see the IT more. Installing those today haha
I hate you! I just put my Toce on earlier this week and I have to wait 4 months before I can actually ride my bike again. It's like -5 degrees celcius here. Well, time to get drunk for the winter.

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I hate you! I just put my Toce on earlier this week and I have to wait 4 months before I can actually ride my bike again. It's like -5 degrees celcius here. Well, time to get drunk for the winter.
Haha, I'm sorry to hear that man. The wait is worth it, I promise. Drink up! haha
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I put my toce on my bike and loved it the minute it fired up. Then I took out the baffles and my smile went clear across my face. Now I bought a track bike and I have to buy another..... what a shame haha .
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I had problems fitting the clamp right with the lower heat shield. Can any of you post any pictures of how you mounted your clamp with your lower heat shield? Is it absolutely necessary to have the lower heat shield installed. For some reason mine isn't sitting perfectly
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Make sure the clamp on the mid pipe is not bumping or keeping the heat shield from sitting where it should be. I did the same thing just turned it a bit. Ill try and get a picture for you later


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I love that exhaust too! I think i'm going to sell my carbon yoshi and get this one. It fits the bike so much better! I just wish they still used their older riveted on name plate instead of the big flat white name on the side. It still looks awesome and I will be getting one in the future.
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The pipe is way too LOUD with the baffles out sounds a tad bit better than a strait pipe but insanely loud still

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Make sure the clamp on the mid pipe is not bumping or keeping the heat shield from sitting where it should be. I did the same thing just turned it a bit. Ill try and get a picture for you later


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I turned it a couple times. I just can't seem to get it to fit right. Appreciate you going to take a pic. I'll check back for it
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Congrats on the purchase, I also got the toce and it sounds incredible... U can hear me coming from about a mile away... Wc could be a bad thing I guess... But at least other vehicles on the road know where i am at...

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So the IT has the turn signals in it right?
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So the IT has the turn signals in it right?
The REG IT by tripage has no turn signals. The STD IT does.

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So the IT has the turn signals in it right?
Yes, my tst industries taillight has turn signals in it
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Love this exhaust. Sounds amazing
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The Toce is just so much more expensive than the Yoshi RS-5 I have now... I wish I could sell mine and justify spending the extra money
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The Toce is just so much more expensive than the Yoshi RS-5 I have now... I wish I could sell mine and justify spending the extra money
I was on the fence about it for a while because of the price, but then caved in and bought it.

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