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what would be the best exauhst performane and sound wise for my cbr?

i was wondering what would be the best exahust for my 600rr i don't even have my license yet but i just bought it and i was looking at the yoshi rs-5 and i heard about the rs-3 but what would be the best for my bike?
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Don't get the Yoshi, be different. You're gonna get a lot of posts on this thread sayin get whatever, they're all the same....................................Just warning you!!!

My advice: Leo Vinci, Arata, Akrap....and on and on and on and on...those 3 will git er dun.
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What year is your bike?


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Yosh is about price and noise, not performance. Have fun
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If you have a 05-06 the Arata slip on fit's real nice.
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The arata's fit the best...but are priiiiiicey. I have RS-5 and love it. Search boy Search...there are 87 billion posts on here about exhausts.
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thanks guys by the way my bike is an 05 but i will check they arata slip on thanks
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just one more question? what pipe do they use in the motogp for the honda
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just one more question? what pipe do they use in the motogp for the honda
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Atleast you're informative...



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Birdman is right....but it sounds focking sweeeeeeeet.
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LOL wow I am still a noob but this question has been asked 10,000,000 times its really up to you man. I went with the Leo c/f slipon and it sounds tits.
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2 chamber Flowmaster with H-pipe.

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just one more question? what pipe do they use in the motogp for the honda
during the '02 & '03 MotoGP season the HRC/Repsol RC211V used Polini exhausts for their race bike, i managed to get one for my '03 600RR & i'm very very happy with it. :01_thumbu

today's current RC211V uses HRC exhausts, i think Honda's keeping it in the family this time.


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what they use in moto gp and even WSBK means Jack. Even the Honda team here that runs Jardine have special systems made up and have nothing to do with what you buy. Take a look at the 1000rr site and see the post LDH just made comparing a off the shelf Sato vs a Factory Leo system on a sponsored riders bike in ama. You can't buy the Leo system, it's specially amde for their race bikes etc, yet it made less h.p than the off the shelf Sato. I've done the same thing with the Factory Yamaha Akra systems vs off the shelf Arata. Racers use what they are paid to, that's the bottom line.
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2 chamber Flowmaster with H-pipe.
haha, i think the single chamber flowmaster gives you that motogp sound you want.
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