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MIVV SUNONO EXHAUST! Thoughts? Experiences?

Hey guys! I wanted to know if anyone has had any experience with the MIVV Suono Exhaust? Any thoughts? Reason why i chose this is because of looks, im a fan of the wider exhaust look versus the standard circular cylindrical look.

http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore...?idproduct=495

Let me know your thoughts and what you guys think. Any info on it is greatly appreciated since dropping $500 on a pipe is pricey. Even if theres a better place to find a better deal would be nice. thanks!
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FE? or Tripage CA Tail light? loL!

Any pics of bikes on here with this exhaust?

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he asking about the exhaust the a FE kit


wow never heard of that brand but they do look nice
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If you like wide exhaust can...IMO Akra much better

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pretty much, buy a system for its looks. dont worry about hp numbers. unless you go WOT alot and really need to go .0000000000000000000000000001 faster than before. than look into full systems not silly slip ons. slips on are for looks
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I always thought it looked cool, could never find a decent sound clip for the CBR though. There are a few up on the site but they're horrible quality.

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Its very Akra esk eh?

We always need someone to use as a guinea pig hehe :)

IMO thats a pretty pricey pipe for something that is relatively unknown..

Who knows though it may be gorgeous in person and give you 10 hp


ps of course I'm kidding about the 10hp...
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It's $570 for that pipe btw :/
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I think it looks pretty sick,, and sideroad - I agree 10% very akra esk
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im at the verge of becoming the guinea pig, cuz after looking around i dont like all the other penis looking pipes lmfao! i like the wide look...

Removable baffle which is a nice as well... and after searching online this is the most decent clip i can find of the exhaust, seems similar to the Jardine in sound...

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MIVV makes an amazing exhaust.

http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...021bd817a4ce05


I'd order from this guy if I were you, Great person to deal with and he offers it at the same price.

Customer service is worth a lot.
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Its very Akra esk eh?

We always need someone to use as a guinea pig hehe :)

IMO thats a pretty pricey pipe for something that is relatively unknown..

Who knows though it may be gorgeous in person and give you 10 hp


ps of course I'm kidding about the 10hp...
MIVV is a more popular brand in other parts of the world, it's just now starting to catch on more here in the US. I'd never heard of it either until about 4 months ago.
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Ever heard it in person? How amazing are they?

This would be the one to Fit my 2008 Grafitti!

http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...021bd817a4ce05

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MIVV makes an amazing exhaust.

http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...021bd817a4ce05


I'd order from this guy if I were you, Great person to deal with and he offers it at the same price.

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I'm not a fan of how it sticks out to far just like the Arrows :/

Why can't these exhaust Manufacturers realize we don't want our exhaust sticking out 3 inches past our tails!!! :/

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And from Pj's its $623 :/

Dude do you not like Akra's?

Your only going to spend a few more bucks and get one of the sickest pipes god has ever created....
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And from Pj's its $623 :/

Dude do you not like Akra's?

Your only going to spend a few more bucks and get one of the sickest pipes god has ever created....

Said 499 on the link I put. Which one are you talking about?
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Ever heard it in person? How amazing are they?

This would be the one to Fit my 2008 Grafitti!

http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...021bd817a4ce05

I may get one here soon and do a product review/pictures/video.
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Said 499 on the link I put. Which one are you talking about?

Ah ok your right... I'm blind lol
That was the MSRP price.

Let us all know how it turns out if you do grab one :)
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uote=sideroadslayer;2445524]I'm not a fan of how it sticks out to far just like the Arrows :/

Why can't these exhaust Manufacturers realize we don't want our exhaust sticking out 3 inches past our tails!!! :/

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i dont think it has anything with them not wanting it to look good. it has to do with not wanting to burn or melt your tail fairing if it was any closer or under it. the hot air can melt it
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Leo's are the sickest pipes ever greated. lol

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uote=sideroadslayer;2445524]I'm not a fan of how it sticks out to far just like the Arrows :/

Why can't these exhaust Manufacturers realize we don't want our exhaust sticking out 3 inches past our tails!!! :/
i dont think it has anything with them not wanting it to look good. it has to do with not wanting to burn or melt your tail fairing if it was any closer or under it. the hot air can melt it[/quote]

I've never heard of anyone with an akra or a cut down Arrow having their tail fairings damaged by them have you?
My exhaust exits at a pretty high speed :)

But maybe I just keep my rev's up a bit higher then others

Kidding aside... I have never heard of that being an issue.
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Leo's are the sickest pipes ever greated. lol

Every pipe is the sickest pipe to their proud owner
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i dont think it has anything with them not wanting it to look good. it has to do with not wanting to burn or melt your tail fairing if it was any closer or under it. the hot air can melt it
I've never heard of anyone with an akra or a cut down Arrow having their tail fairings damaged by them have you?
My exhaust exits at a pretty high speed :)

But maybe I just keep my rev's up a bit higher then others

Kidding aside... I have never heard of that being an issue.[/quote]

i have not heard of any being melted or anything bad. you have to look at it from a manufactures point of view. they do want to sell a good looking product but at the same time, it only takes a handful of people that screw it up and make it a bad name for others to hear about
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saw (and heard) the Mivv Suono on a 600rr and on a 1098, both sounds great....in fact "suono" means "sound" and they're especially designed to give a boost on the sound of your bike (that's what they say on they're website)

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That pipe sounds like crap. There's not s deep tone to it at all.

It's just loud, raspy, and annoying. Looks hideous sticking out so far from the tail of the bike......stupid.

Why don't you just buy a yoshi garbage can and save yourself some money.
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saw (and heard) the Mivv Suono on a 600rr and on a 1098, both sounds great....in fact "suono" means "sound" and they're especially designed to give a boost on the sound of your bike (that's what they say on they're website)
What can it be compared to ... sound wise...

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That pipe sounds like crap. There's not s deep tone to it at all.

It's just loud, raspy, and annoying. Looks hideous sticking out so far from the tail of the bike......stupid.

Why don't you just buy a yoshi garbage can and save yourself some money.

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