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I have a 2013 600RR and I just purchased a Toce slip-on exhaust, K&N air filter and a PCV.... ALL feedback is welcomed before I have these parts installed.
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Toce looks good, from others it seems that its way loud and you might get sick of it quick, get some ear plugs for you rides.
K&N because I have one.
PCV, cool but not necessary with what you got above.

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Its my opinion that seeking validation for your purchase of generic products for your motorcycle by posting an attention seeking thread on a website that has thousands of generic product purchasers just like yourself is a waste of everyone's time, most importantly MY time, of course.



It's also my opinion that you've made a huge mistake by choosing Toce. But what's done is done

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K&N air filter is overrated, unless you have a full exhaust system and even then the differences wouldn't be worth the $ you paid for it over stock.
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Advice? Keep the PCV, send back the Toce and K&N and get an Akra slip on., you'll thank me later. And get a haircut.

If you need anything else I'm here to help :)
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^ Exactly. No need for a K&N. OEM is more than sufficient.

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Advice? Keep the PCV, send back the Toce and K&N and get an Akra slip on.)
^^^ this ^^^
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You'll need a Map for your PCV

Go to [email protected][URL="www.jeffomaps.com"] and fill out a request form on the site, but before doing that, read the Testimonials from my customers on the site then you decide for your self if you want a Custom Map.
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I had an Akra on my 2008. Still wasn't loud enough even with the baffle out. That's more for performance. I've also had the TwoBros black series which is a great exhaust but I defin like the look of the Toce. The air filter I'm gonna keep because I got it for cheap but debating on the PCV even tho I got it for $300
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I had an Akra on my 2008. Still wasn't loud enough even with the baffle out. That's more for performance.
Nothing to see here people, we can move along.
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I had an Akra on my 2008. Still wasn't loud enough even with the baffle out. That's more for performance



if that's the case you shoulda bought a harley bro!
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I had an Akra on my 2008. Still wasn't loud enough even with the baffle out. That's more for performance. I've also had the TwoBros black series which is a great exhaust


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Its my opinion that seeking validation for your purchase of generic products for your motorcycle by posting an attention seeking thread on a website that has thousands of generic product purchasers just like yourself is a waste of everyone's time, most importantly MY time, of course.



It's also my opinion that you've made a huge mistake by choosing Toce. But what's done is done






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Advice? Keep the PCV, send back the Toce and K&N and get an Akra slip on., you'll thank me later. And get a haircut.

If you need anything else I'm here to help :)
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I see a bike for sale CHEAP, real soon.
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yo man, keep the Toce, and the K&N and everything else you got, but make sure you stretch the swing arm, throw a stunt cage on there, lower it, and $#!+ load of chrome!



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Not sure why people are saying to return the toce. It's one of the nicest looking aftermarket exhausts, and sounds the best! Akra is way to quiet for the price.
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Not sure why people are saying to return the toce. It's one of the nicest looking aftermarket exhausts, and sounds the best! Akra is way to quiet for the price.
Because they apparently know more about this than you do.
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Because they apparently know more about this than you do.
They probably do. Its just that I've been riding with the stock exhaust for over a year now and hate the fact that I'm the quietest at bike night.
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I see a bike for sale CHEAP, real soon.
Then a thread over at 1krr about how the "609 arrr arrr is too slow", and people need a 1k arrr arrr?

Oh wait, CC said that right?

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I was in this predicament for a month now, and just recently got rear ended so I need to replace my exhaust now. I've decided to go away from Toce - although I love the sound and look of it - I'm not willing to LESSEN performance or hinder performance potenetial. Which is really sad as I love the sound and exhaust. Same thing goes for Hyperflow I dont like how they started out as a eBay brand it leaves me to believe their goals for their products are not the same or in line with consumers. While I'm not nearly as educated as alot of the people on hear, I am/was heavy into cars/mods. Based on that I looked at the Akro - its a stunning exhaust, but in the end it is too quiet and more importantly was out of my budget in the repairs. Next I looked at Leo Vince SBK (not made anymore) but found one for a killer deal. Upon more reading I found out you have to modify the frame or something and use a different battery, basically they are a PITA to install. So unfort, I love the high winding F1 sound of it but I dont want to deal with the PITA of getting it fit. As of right now I have my eyes on the Two Brothers Black Series FULL Exhaust. Think thats where I will end up. Hope this helped.
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Look at Arrow, some full systems can be had for about 900 USD.
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I have a 2013 600RR and I just purchased a Toce slip-on exhaust, K&N air filter and a PCV.... ALL feedback is welcomed before I have these parts installed.
I would've posted up your request before you made the purchase.

And I'd rather save the money for motorcycle classes / education, track time, and maintenance.

Have fun with those specific mods while the excitement lasts...

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This is my inexperienced comment, so feel free to troll, but if someone is seeking loudness without the loss of performance, what's wrong with two bros? I see a lot of people with them. I have a yoshimura and I absolutely LOVE the sound of this pipe. But two bros is louder than mine, but not a noticeable difference in power (I'm referring to slip ons)
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My opinion is that Shakira is aging a little TOO well. She must be a freakin' alien or something. Maybe she has a mutation that keeps her from aging as quickly as everyone else.

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My opinion is that Shakira is aging a little TOO well. She must be a freakin' alien or something. Maybe she has a mutation that keeps her from aging as quickly as everyone else.
I have no idea what you're talking about, but I'm gonna assume it's a joke. So I'm going to throw in a ha or 2 to make you feel good about yourself.


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Toce looks good. No idea how it sounds.

I helped no one here.

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Toce looks good. No idea how it sounds.

I helped no one here.
Ever run staight pipes before?
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My opinion is that Shakira is aging a little TOO well. She must be a freakin' alien or something. Maybe she has a mutation that keeps her from aging as quickly as everyone else.
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I have a 2013 600RR and I just purchased a Toce slip-on exhaust, K&N air filter and a PCV.... ALL feedback is welcomed before I have these parts installed.
By a full race exhaust and shorten the can by 4 inches, keep the PCv and K & N, buy an auto tune. that bike will be hella fast
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