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thinking of switching to yosh rs-5, have jardine race right now

well today i went on a barf(bay area riders forum) ride and a 600rr, had this exhuast, i love the way the can looks and how the mid pipe is polished.


question is the yosh rs-5 as loud as the jardine race? thats basicly my last deciding point, cause i dont want it to be quieter than the jardine, i like the way the jardine sounds.

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I ride with a guy who has an 03 with the rs-5 and my bike is noticably louder than his, I have the rt-1 race.
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every other bike on the road has a yoshi

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Jardine is def. louder.

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I passed a 636 with a Yoshi on it, not one of the best sounding IMO.

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Go with the Akro or Arata. They are the two best sounding pipes for the 600rr. Everybody and their damn brother has a yosh.

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try something different like a GPR, Arrow, Akrapovic, Leo Vinci, the Yoshi is pretty common at your place, i don't go with the flow that's why i got something different, why don't you try D&D. LOL


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The Leo is off the chain. Mine is friggin loud and ti.

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D&D id go if it didnt hang SO LOW, have u seen pics of the D&D on 05-06? the gap between the pipes/tail is so big u can fit another exhuast thru there.

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i was kidding about the D&D but i suggest the Arrow, GPR or Leo Vinci if you want to invest in something exotic.


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wow this gpr exhuast sounds gr8 and it comes out to under 400 bux with shipping, but i read that it takes one month to get? thats what this site says when u pay they build it or something but i emailed and ask them.

Look how good it fits on a 2005
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wow this gpr exhuast sounds gr8.
Look how good it fits on a 2005
http://www.gpr.it/moto_scheda.php?id_moto=294
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does any board member have the gpr exhuast? i tried searching but gpr is to short in the search terms :(

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heres the link on where to buy
http://www.calsportbike.com/cgi-bin/...d=1425&count=1


heres what it says regarding build time.
BUILD TIME: The entire GPR product line is special ordered with a 21-24 day lead time on average, sometimes faster. The lead time begins when we receive your payment and wire funds to their factory to begin the production.

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sheeit i say go for it.
i would....but i got an arata already. =)






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lol thats what im thinking to, pipe doesnt hang low at all and it sounds sweet.

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hell yah mang....i dont think anyone on here has that can.
maybe im wrong, but if not, then youll be the exception...
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i'd get a micron or a akra if i didnt have my arata..
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does any board member have the gpr exhuast? i tried searching but gpr is to short in the search terms :(
my Polini slip-on is actually made by GPR, they use the same muffler on the '05-'06 as on the '03-'04, the only difference is in the midpipe. Polini only has Titanium muffler but GPR makes CF, Stainless, Titanium & Aluminum mufflers.

if you want a sound clip of what my slip-on sounds go to the sticky that has the compilation of all the exhausts made for the 600RR or just search for Polini & click on the link to the sound & video clip.


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I just bought a Yoshi RS 5 Carbon, it might not be the loudest but the Carbon with carbon tip is one of the best looking pipes, the only other ones that I think look better are the dual outlet, Art and D&D however you are talking more money there.
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The Yosh Isnt loud? I just went out for a ride with my newly installed pipe, and fack was it loud.

I had to keep shiftin into 5th in the city, just so i wouldnt look like a complete douche.
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