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akrapovic or jardine?

Now Im looking for a nice exhaust. Have any suggestions? Im leaning towards the jardine or the akra. Why do so many people like akra anyways? Whats all the hype about??? explain pleaseeeee
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Now Im looking for a nice exhaust. Have any suggestions? Im leaning towards the jardine or the akra. Why do so many people like akra anyways? Whats all the hype about??? explain pleaseeeee

Best Quality, Best materials, Best HP numbers... should I go on? :)
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haha yes please lol jk thanks sideroadslayer
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jardine vs. akra LOL! im surprised anybody voted jardine



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i like the rumble of my jardine. very rumbly and can get deep when you make her scream. don't have any experience with the akra though.

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Akrapovic vs. Jardine? That's not very fair and I have two Jardines. A better comparison would be Akrapovic vs. Leo Vince or Arrow. Jardines sound good and look OK but they're heavy and don't offer a full system. My vote is, "none of the above": Leo Vince.
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Best Quality, Best materials, Best HP numbers... should I go on? :)
+1 no need to say anything else.
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get jardine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AKRAPOVIC IS JUNK! MUWAHAHAHA







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6 votes for Jardine? Wow...

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Akra. No competition.

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jardine vs. akra LOL! im surprised anybody voted jardine
Same here, I have Jardine on my bike and saw this post like WTF? Is someone really asking this?

I voted Akra, without hesitation at all. Akra is the best looking, best sounding, best performing exhaust in my opinion.

You'll enjoy whatever you get though. The Jardine is probably the Loudest exhaust you can buy. None of my friends RRs are louder than mine.

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i voted Jardine, i listened to both and the Jardine has a nicer pitch in my opinion. Both looks awesome. but also the Akra is $$$ and biohazzard is doing a Jardine RT-1 Dual Outlet for 465$, shipped. Mine is in the mail.

Either way, Jardine, Leo, Akra, you can't go wrong.

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I prefer the Akro but if price is a issue then go with the Jardine.

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Best Quality, Best materials, Best HP numbers... should I go on? :)
Best fitment, width matches the rear of the RR, best sound (not too loud), Should I go on??? LOL

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I like Akra. :D
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Best fitment, width matches the rear of the RR, best sound (not too loud), Should I go on??? LOL
I think you just described an Arata!

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ARATA!!!!
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Akra.. but i have one so i am kind of biased

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just installed my jardine, and the sound is awsome... throaty at start, but once at 5-7k rpms. the can really has a great tone. not deep like a 2 bros. I heard a akra before and how fitment is best, but the quality of the jardine from the box was awesome.

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