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Old 12-08-2012, 11:26 AM   #31
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Guys posting the simple the best or this out rules all have you ever owned another slip/full for that same bike to honestly be able to make those claims...?


I see this a lot on these "which slip" threads then later comes out this is my first... Well that's not a biased statement at all....
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But what happens if although we have only owned one slip on. But seen and heard other slip ons on same model Cbr and didnt like the way it sounds or look O_O


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But what happens if although we have only owned one slip on. But seen and heard other slip ons on same model Cbr and didnt like the way it sounds or look O_O


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Possible but pretty doubtful most are going to admit their buddy's exhaust is better than theirs after dropping $500 to $1300. Just human nature to have pride in what you own so obviously even tho another slip might be just as good you'll give for slip a leading edge especially if someone comes to you to ask which is better yours or his..


You say nay your a dam liar haha I do the same my self sometimes. And I have enough pride to say I have pride to lie in my personal positions..

Prefect example someone talks bad in your gf.. Your going to talk bad on their or see tours better than all others.. Even tho it might be true but she's yours and you take pride in her either way because she's yours.
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Yoshi RS5 Stainless here...
I recommend them, they SCREAM when you are 10K+ rpm.
I will be switching to black two bros CF next season though.

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Yoshi RS5 Stainless here...
I recommend them, they SCREAM when you are 10K+ rpm.
I will be switching to black two bros CF next season though.


And whys that?

Just curious due to looking into a 2bro black for my 08 vs a leo
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LMAO! dude Im picky as hell..

And im still trying to gather 3 hell even 2 with either a leo, 2 bros black or a yosh to get a listen..

And so far I only have one confirm everyone else went MIA. I literally almost pulled the trigger on 2 bro last night from bio had it in cart and all my info in already..

I just cant see spending $600 on a slip when I might hate it as much as my stock tip accept I can hate my stock for free.

At least I know which 3 im looking at.. Than still shopping.
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And whys that?

Just curious due to looking into a 2bro black for my 08 vs a leo
Personal preference really.
I like the deep tone of two bro's as compared to the scream of the RS-5 as well as the look of the 2bro's.
TBH, I don't think you can go wrong with any of the major can brands. Just exhaust note and looks really.
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I want to thank everyone for their input. I know an exhaust system is a very personal decision. I'm glad i didn't start any wars over the subject. I am also glad i joined the net. Seems like a great community & a lot of great people. I just put down a deposit to secure my 2013 Repsol. It doesn't come in till end of february beginning of march. so i have some time to digest all of your great feedback. Thanks again all.
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I am trading in my 08 1000rr for a 2013 600rr. I am contemplating slip-ons. I'm thinking between the yosh & jardine. I don't want anything too obnoxious. Any comments & suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanx.
Wait. Am I missing something here? Does the 07-12 slip-ons fit 2013 or did they already make aftermarket parts for the 2013?

Why all these suggestions for slip-on when the bike itself hasn't even came out yet lol.
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Just get whatever you like. Spending the money will force you to justify it later anyway. :-) Seriously, from what I've seen, almost everybody says they love their exhaust, but who wouldn't after plonking down the cash for it?

I had a Mugen slip on my last RR. It looked very nice, was lighter and sounded awesome, but my current bike is stock and I'm equally happy. It attracts less attention, which I like. I think it actually looks a lot better than some of the aftermarket cans, too. If somebody gave me slip-on for free, I'd be happy with whatever it was except for a couple of designs that should never have left the drawing room. I've found aftermarket rearsets, levers and other bits and pieces are much more practical, make me more comfortable and help me ride better. Given unlimited money, I'd throw on a full system to lighten the bike up even more, but since I'm not loaded, I can think of about a bazillion better ways to spend my cash.

Just get whatever you like the look and sound of because a slip-on won't make much diff otherwise.
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I may be wrong but nothing was done to the motor for 2013 & the stock exhaust looks only a little different. I'm pretty sure the cans for the 2013 will be pretty dam close to 2007-2012. Guessing they aren't going to look much different & certainly aren't going to sound much different. Idk why so many are questioning why I'm looking for aftermarket parts for a bike that hasn't been released yet. Easy everyone. The 2013 isn't as different as you think.
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But it is different reason for the concern..

Almost as much change as the 06 to 07 was done and there are plenty of parts that vary
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Yosh RS-5 here, love it, looks great and i get nothing but good comments on the sound :)
great can for the $ imo, if you have a bit more to spend id go Akra
Yosh RS-5 i have, comes w mid pipe of course



Has that been shortened or is that the original length? And is that with a tripage lowering bracket?

That pipe is sexy, think I'm gonna have to leave the heatshielding off so it's on show


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I may be wrong but nothing was done to the motor for 2013 & the stock exhaust looks only a little different. I'm pretty sure the cans for the 2013 will be pretty dam close to 2007-2012. Guessing they aren't going to look much different & certainly aren't going to sound much different. Idk why so many are questioning why I'm looking for aftermarket parts for a bike that hasn't been released yet. Easy everyone. The 2013 isn't as different as you think.
Even on pretty much the same bike it can be different. From my research, the Akra slip-on for an 07-08 is slightly different than 09-12. They have different part numbers. 07-08 are essentially the same bike as 09-12, which differs significantly than a '13, relatively. So I would not count on fitting prior years on a '13.
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Even on pretty much the same bike it can be different. From my research, the Akra slip-on for an 07-08 is slightly different than 09-12. They have different part numbers. 07-08 are essentially the same bike as 09-12, which differs significantly than a '13, relatively. So I would not count on fitting prior years on a '13.
Yes they differ in some areas but some on here are making it sound like its a whole new bike & that its going to take awhile for parts to come out. 06-07-09 were only slight differences & parts were available soon after model release. the 13 has the same motor & the exhaust doesnt look that much different. Cant believe its gonna take too long for the aftermarket to tweak a current design to fit the 13. Just dont see it happening.
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Has that been shortened or is that the original length? And is that with a tripage lowering bracket?

That pipe is sexy, think I'm gonna have to leave the heatshielding off so it's on show


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nope not shortened just lowered, i did it myself, link in my sig shows what you need, Tripage has the same idea but my DIY cost me about $2 ;)
and yes def leave off the shield :)
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nope not shortened just lowered, i did it myself, link in my sig shows what you need, Tripage has the same idea but my DIY cost me about $2 ;)
and yes def leave off the shield :)
Already got the tripage bracket sitting there waiting for the exhaust to show up :)

Might just be the angle of your photos but yours doesn't look too long at all
.. hopefully I'm.happy with how mine looks and won't need to risk destroying it in an attempt to shorten it!

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It's all up to you ... everyone on here has their own self preference. What did you have on your 1000rr or previous bikes?
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It's all up to you ... everyone on here has their own self preference. What did you have on your 1000rr or previous bikes?
The only bike I had an aftermarket exhaust on was the 96 & that was a yosh RS3 oval cf. Loved it. I have a few months to decide which pipe to buy.
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On another note I went with a Leo. To the guys who said it sounded like farts screw you!! >:)

I haven't put it on yet from what I've "heard" it sounds great. And they are widely used in professional competition. They're used there for a reason!!
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Even on pretty much the same bike it can be different. From my research, the Akra slip-on for an 07-08 is slightly different than 09-12. They have different part numbers. 07-08 are essentially the same bike as 09-12, which differs significantly than a '13, relatively. So I would not count on fitting prior years on a '13.
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Yes they differ in some areas but some on here are making it sound like its a whole new bike & that its going to take awhile for parts to come out. 06-07-09 were only slight differences & parts were available soon after model release. the 13 has the same motor & the exhaust doesnt look that much different. Cant believe its gonna take too long for the aftermarket to tweak a current design to fit the 13. Just dont see it happening.
keep in mind, on top of what was said above, they brought back the factory under tail light so the factory exhaust will have more of a downward bend to it then the 2012 model to make space for the light, so even though it may look similar, it will most likely not fit underneath

you are also taking a gamble as to where honda will make the separation from pipe to pipe
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There are plenty of quality slip-ons but I'd take an akra over anything else. The quality, look, and sound I think are unmatched.
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Not everyone happens to have 800 dollars to drop on a slip on though, for a 1-3 hp gain, that's a whole lotta cash for not a lotta stuff :-\. I couldn't justify spending that much on a slip on, now a full system sure, but on the streets where I ride a full system isn't worth the money.

Here where I live everyone and their mother swears by TBR and just think they are so god damn cool, lol. I don't, I don't like they way they look and the quality just doesnt seem very good, IMHO. Plus I like to have things that not many others have.

I've had multiple people talk to me and my buddy (who had a TBR on his 04 1000rr) which exhaust they should get and everyone liked the sound of my leo far better than his. However, it is all up to you. The best way by far to get any sort of decision is to hear as many as you can. And make the decision for what you want to get.
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Not everyone happens to have 800 dollars to drop on a slip on though, for a 1-3 hp gain, that's a whole lotta cash for not a lotta stuff :-\. I couldn't justify spending that much on a slip on, now a full system sure, but on the streets where I ride a full system isn't worth the money.

Here where I live everyone and their mother swears by TBR and just think they are so god damn cool, lol. I don't, I don't like they way they look and the quality just doesnt seem very good, IMHO. Plus I like to have things that not many others have.

I've had multiple people talk to me and my buddy (who had a TBR on his 04 1000rr) which exhaust they should get and everyone liked the sound of my leo far better than his. However, it is all up to you. The best way by far to get any sort of decision is to hear as many as you can. And make the decision for what you want to get.
If you buy right you can get a slip on for far under $800. Given the arata's are $1,000 for a slip on, if you message a vendor here I bet you can get a yosh for under $300 and a Leo for under $350.

Everybody has a two bros here in north Colorado too. Personally, I think most people like them here because they are just plain loud. I had a 2bros cf on my K8 Gsxr and the carbon was already giving in and it was relatively new. The yoshi rs3 on my k5 gsxr sounded a lot better if you ask me. I like to be different as well. a lot of casual rideds have only heard of two bros and yoshi here. They haven't even heard of akra or leo.. And you know leo and altar comes from a family of good pipes when they are used in SBK and motogp.

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