Do you guys think that this Coffman shorty exhaust is a good idea? - 600RR.net
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-17-2016, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Do you guys think that this Coffman shorty exhaust is a good idea?

I ask if it is a good idea because they don't make one for a 600rr but I've seen a guy take a r6 coffman shorty and weld it to where the headers connect. I am just asking how do you guys feel this would affect my resale value and also if this may be too loud. Or should I just stick with my dual outlet micron with the baffles out?
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IMO If you are looking solely at resale then don't weld.


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My buddy put that shorty on his r1 and loved it. Just figure out what youre going to do with the under tail. I had a side shorty akra megaphone on mine loved it as well

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