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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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any input on this exhaust?

egay 4636060319 its new to me anybody deal with this?
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seen it before on an RR looks good and sounded good too
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As mentioned on a previous post a week or so ago, Looks Heavy to me.....
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ya that thing is effin huge. If your looking for something twin can like that go with the ART. Problem is you will have to find a used one.

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Looks like it blocks half the taillight too.

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I was wondering the samething... sh!t looks bada$$ to me though... like posted before weight offset my be an issue...
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Someone on this site has one on his bike, can't remember who. It just doesn't looks to have the right profile for our bikes.

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I don't know anything as far as HP for hondas, but I've seen a lot of buzz on the suzuki forums about the IXIL pipes. Apparantly they do pretty well, but this is a much different system for the RR, so it's tough to say.
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if you want a dual pipe here is a link to a great deal
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=47754



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