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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-28-2014, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Exhaust with best performance gains

Stupid question?? Maybe..... But I love learning new things or hearing what others think about or have experience with certain things. I have an 05 cbr600rr with an RS-5 yoshi slip on undertail exhaust. I have an opportunity to buy a Leo Vince slip on for a good price used. I do plan on getting an aftermarket header most likely an arrow header and a bazzaz zfi and quick shifter. But I'd like to know what exhaust has the best performance gain for my bike. Long term goal is to buy a 1000 and turn my 600 into a track bike so that's why I ask this question. I searched all over online but I did t find much except a couple graphs but I know there's tons of exhaust makers out there so that's why I'm asking in here hoping people could post their experiences or gains they logged on a dyno after installing an exhaust.


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If you're looking for performance gains out of an exhaust, then go with Akrapovic. Everyone will say the same.

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If you're looking for performance gains out of an exhaust, then go with Akrapovic. Everyone will say the same.
I won't disagree with this statement.
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Akrapovic, Arata, Arrow......if you shop hard, an Arrow SS is possibly best bang for buck.

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Titanium is better, but SS is tops for durability!
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My full titanium Akrapovic Race KIT :)

After installing a Bazzaz and getting it tuned, I produce 110 horsepower :)

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