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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-01-2007, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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Is there a preformance exhaust that is not that loud?

I would like to get an exhaust. But i really dont want a loud one. Just one that sounds deep, and adds performance? Do they make such an exhaust?
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Deep sound go for 2 brothers, kinda loud but you get used to it.
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I am not sure but I think it is an Akropovic my buddy has and it is not very lout at all. I might be wrong but I think it was an Akro
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Loud is a completely relative term when it comes to bike exhausts.

You can buy street legal exhausts that have a reduced sound level compared to a full on race or other non-baffled exhaust, but it's still not 'quiet' by any means.

My F4 had a Yoshi RS-3 Zyclone that was baffled and marketed as 'street legal', but was still quite a bit louder than stock.
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akra gives good performance gains & is relatively quite compared to a leo vince. Arata also gives great gains & is relatiely quite compared to a leo
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Akropovic has a deep growl to it, but is not very loud at all.
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Thanks i appreciate it. Thats the one im going to have to get. Ive done my share of loud exhausts in the past on cars, im kinda for the quieter ride now.
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The micron dual outlet is very quiet..... just barely any louder than stock.. http://youtube.com/watch?v=zRstMiNUF...elated&search=

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arata isnt that loud either, just sounds tuned


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arrow pipes are ok on the volume....

arata and akro are sweet pipe too......

is this fro the street????
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