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Best Place to Buy Exhaust?

Where is the best place to buy an exhaust? I'm looking for the Akrapovic Slip-On. I live in PA, shipping isn't a concern, but I can only find it on Revzilla.com. I have a 2012 CBR600RR. Thanks!
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I messaged MotoMummy last week and they told me they had 1 in stock. 780 Shipped I believe was the price.

I would send them a message and order through them if they still have it available. They're great!

I was ready to order from one from, until a smokin' deal popped up on eBay =)

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https://www.motomummy.com/slipons/ho...apovic-slipon/

here's the link to their website with the product.

Emailing them might be faster, as I'm sure they advertise on multiple forums.

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I saw it there as well, how come they give options for Stainless or Titanium? Rezvilla does not?
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PM both Hardracing and Disco on here. Biohazard has them as well with MUCH better pricing.

The differences in the stainless and titanium are in regards to the connecting pipe; no performance difference and the weight difference is minimal.
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Is it possible to just purchase the Mid pipe? The one I purchased came with a Stainless Mid-pipe, I'd love to upgrade to the Titanium.

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PM both Hardracing and Disco on here. Biohazard has them as well with MUCH better pricing.

The differences in the stainless and titanium are in regards to the connecting pipe; no performance difference and the weight difference is minimal.
But why doesn't Revzilla give the choice? Which pipe does it come with? Titanium is nice, but is it worth $100?
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But why doesn't Revzilla give the choice? Which pipe does it come with? Titanium is nice, but is it worth $100?
Is the mid pipe being slightly lighter worth 100 dollars to you? Thats the question. Will you notice a difference? No. But the finish on the Pipe is different and will match the canister. And heat dissipation will be a little better.

But in terms of performance, I'd say they're even.

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But why doesn't Revzilla give the choice? Which pipe does it come with? Titanium is nice, but is it worth $100?
You'll have to look at Akras website to get the part number and compare it to what Revzilla has.

The stainless mid matches the canister just fine; you need to decide if the $100 for two ounces is worth it. Most people don't think so.

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But why doesn't Revzilla give the choice? Which pipe does it come with?
Why the hell are you asking a bunch of people that have no clue? Call revzilla.

Is this that hard?
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Why the hell are you asking a bunch of people that have no clue? Call revzilla.

Is this that hard?
Hahahaha

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Just pm [email protected] sector. He'll get you the best price and answer any questions you have.
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I was told the Titanium Mid-Pipe is not available by any US Vendors.

Cheapest price I was given between multiple Vendors was 770 Shipped.

So your questions should be answered right there haha.

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I was told the Titanium Mid-Pipe is not available by any US Vendors.

Cheapest price I was given between multiple Vendors was 770 Shipped.

So your questions should be answered right there haha.
Not sure who your venders were but I paid well under $700 two years ago for mine.
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Not sure who your venders were but I paid well under $700 two years ago for mine.
I dont want to go naming names on who gave me what price.

But all 3 are on their forum and were "well recommended"

Prices change with the market. Gotta pay to play!

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