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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-30-2006, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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Sato exhaust??

Anybody using Sato full system on their 600rr???
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There should be someone.............. they are great, and you will love it. Only "problem" if you consider it one is the pipe sits at a slight angle. The Arata sits straight for that model, so if that is a concern, get the Arata. Both are great systems, and pretty equal in performance, I rekon the Arata mufflers are a lil better made and better quality but the pipe work etc is pretty hard to tell apart.
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There should be someone.............. they are great, and you will love it. Only "problem" if you consider it one is the pipe sits at a slight angle. The Arata sits straight for that model, so if that is a concern, get the Arata. Both are great systems, and pretty equal in performance, I rekon the Arata mufflers are a lil better made and better quality but the pipe work etc is pretty hard to tell apart.
Cool man, I am not with no crooked pipe stuff. Will check out the Arata and a couple others.

Thanks for the feedback,
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yep, if you want straight , go the Arata
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leo vince is straight also if you're not into paying alot
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I had to rethink about this full system for my 06 600rr. The Sato is not straight, and prices are HIGH on the full systems I like.. :( I like the Arata, and it comes in black. I might go with an Arata black slip on for the time being, along with a Power Commander, then as the need arises go with a full sytem. :)
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Sweet. Let us know how you go and what you think once it's done . Have fun
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