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Exhaust that doesn't stick out too much

I was looking at various exhausts here, particularly the slip ons. It seems like Leo Vince and Jardine are pretty good for the money for a simple slip on. I like the Arata too of course, but it's a lot more expensive than the others. The thing is, the Arata seems to be the only one that looks good to me. All the others stick out past the tail a lot, and it doesn't flow well in my eyes. Does this just have to do with how it's installed, or are they supposed to stick out a lot more than OEM exhaust?
I really don't get why they can't simply design it to be flush with the tail. It's so much cleaner looking.
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My Leo is pretty much flush with the end of the bike, it's an 04. I think the 05 fit a little different.

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get a hotbodies exhaust..........you wont even see the exhaust at all......

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Man I was all set to get the Arata and then I found a post on here that gave link to soundtest / dyno runs on all the major brands and I fell in love with the Leo but thats just me, I had the money to spend without hurtin and still went with the Leo, I just love the sound of it. But thats just me, I ordered yesterday and all the pics I found it doesn't look like it sticks out too far on the 05-06 (I have an 06)

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BTW, when I say flush, I mean the exhaust should end where the OEM exhausts ends. Not flush with the very tip of the tail. That still looks off to me. There is a recess in the underside of the tail for the exhaust, and it should end there (before the brake light).
Why can't manufacturers get this simple detail right? I really don't believe it's that hard to design a pipe that is the same length as the OEM one.
Maybe I'm missing something though...is it actually considered cool looking for an exhaust to stick out?
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I hear ya man, I hate how they stick out, that's what has me with the stock exhaust still. Forget the sound, it will prob run the same as with a slip on anyway. The only exhaust I found that fits good is the micron dual outlet, check it out, all the pics of it look like it's the same size as the OEM. That's what I'm getting in June simply due to the look of it. And yea, if one of these aftermarket companies started making shorter exhausts they would sell a lot IMO.
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Look at TexasRR avatar, why I do believe the tip is actually flush with the tail. If the tip was flush with the recess in the tail than your exhaust would be sitting in a cavity. I bet that would look real nice.

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Oh ok, I see what you mean, but yeah, even still, most exhausts stick out signficantly past the OEM exhaust, which I do not understand.
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get a hotbodies exhaust..........you wont even see the exhaust at all......

Wow! Never was a fan of the Hotbodies but looks real good!
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hotbodies pipes are pretty good. they have stepped up their prods from what i have seen lately. give me a shout if you want one. only very few guys get them. i think you'll be happy.

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hotbodies pipes are pretty good. they have stepped up their prods from what i have seen lately. give me a shout if you want one. only very few guys get them. i think you'll be happy.

cheers... nick - mri
i have been wanting one for a while and almost got one but went with jardine instead. what are they going for from mri??
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i totaly agree with you man. that is why i liked the yoshi on my 03 and on my 05 i have arata. the round pipes look a lil wierd to me also so i liek to go with something with a lil more of a stock shape to it! THAT REPSOL LOOKS SICK!! i love it!
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I noticed the Micron dual outlets are pretty flush, im saving up to get me one!
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what are they going for from mri??
$700 shipped. have you looked at the Hamaguchi? i guess not because it's too expensive. Does anyone know if this exhaust sticks out too much?
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my leo sticks out but only the snout the can itself is flush
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I love my Leo on the bike.

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My Jardine I rode for a year, before someone showed me how to shorten to tail fender length. 2 in shortened. Louder and nicer looking, my Harley friends like it, blowing by them. They sound good too.
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Anyone have sound clips of the Jardine Race and Street baffle? I searched old threads but came up with nothing but dead links.. Where can I buy the QMI i read about?

I want to get the Jardine C/F exhaust but I really dont care for it being too much louder.. it just attracts cops and thieves. I just want a little more rumble down low, the stock exhaust sounds like a muffled blender

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Beautiful bike. What did your Leo run you? Looks real good.
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Just find the can you like and shorten it to your liking. Its a very simple and straight fwd process.

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Is there a way to shorten the can without having to weld?
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get a hotbodies exhaust..........you wont even see the exhaust at all......
I demand more pictures of this bike!
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I just installed the micron dual outlet exhaust on my 06' 600 rr and it looks crazy good. It does stick out further then I really wanted it to but it fits so perfect that I have to let it slide. As soon as I can i will get some pics till then i highly suggest it.
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i was worried about the same thing man, and i didn't like the exhaust spout that all the cans had so i wound up going with the yoshi RS5 carbon fiber with the carbon fiber cone. fits nicely under the stock plastic "heatsheilding" pieces, its longer then the stock pipe by like a quarter/half inch because of the cone. still looks perfect on the back of the bike though. sound great and i get compliments all the time on it.

any pipe you choose I highly recomend Nick from MRI, great prices and great service.
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The scorpion exhaust looks pretty good....




...but then again, so does the micron dual outlet exhaust.

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the Akra's position its just like the Arata.

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$700 shipped. have you looked at the Hamaguchi? i guess not because it's too expensive. Does anyone know if this exhaust sticks out too much?
sticks out way too much..
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heres mine jardine
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