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two bros side mount 2008 cbr600

i recently decided that i didnt want the undertail anymore and since my bike was down for me to paint it i decided to fab my own exhaust out of my undertail two bros, i think it looks really nice, sounds good too! heres some pics it isnt all together yet though. tell me what you guys think please no flaming i just want to be different then all the other cbr's



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lol tell you what we think but no flaming huh?

fine ill give it a shot

haha... while i can admire all custom work...

I will say that can looks a bit fat and out of place...

you also just through off your balance point, and decreased the angle of which you can lean.... <--- last one completely depends on if you do track days

but hey as long as your happy to each his own man

like i said i admire you wanting to do something different and custom
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Is that normal undertail pipe but shortened?
You gonna lose it somewhere when you lean on the right side

Can you do picture from behind?

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I'm curious to see a picture from behind.

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Looks pretty good man. If it was a smaller pipe than the 2Bros it would look a lot better though.

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I got to agree with zmds18 here. I do like how you did something different with your bike however it is not my cup of tea. I have never been a big fan of the short side exhaust (looks too much like a Gixxer). The undertail exhaust is just plain sexy and is one of the reasons I was drawn to the 600RR and I would never change that. From the pics the can looks too big and out of place. If you got a small can it would look a lot better IMO.


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yeah the can is just shortened, it doesnt throw anything off, i like the fat look of the two bros, because thats just how they come on the other bikes. as for the leaning over, i dont ride track so i dont go low enough for it, i plan on puttin a carbon can soon.

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keep in mind it isnt near finished, ill post when its finished
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it looks a little wide but it pokes out maybe a half a inch more then the side mount two bros on a zx6
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is it just the angle or is it like really big? i have a similar pipe on my gsxr and its way smaller.



gah i cant wait to rip that stupid sh!t off my bike and put a nice looking exhaust on...

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I like the side mounted exhaust but I think it could have been tucked underneath more. +1 on going a different route. Here is a pic of my last GSXR and you can see what Im talking about.

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Not digging it TOO much, but it's OK looking - I guess I'm just partial to the look of an undertail exhaust instead.
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The undertail pipe is one of the reasons I like the cbr.. But to each his.own, its your bike.
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Looks good, But you should see if you can pull it in some.

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its just the angle of it. i moved it way in since the last pics because it wasnt welded yet so i will post some pics when its done
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and to answer your question.....why not? is there something wrong with being different then the millions of cbrs around? while you busy tryin to fit in i wanna stand out and have something you dont see often, i dont race i just joy ride with friends and have fun so im not worried about the power, i race motocross and thats where i like performance over looks..on the street, i want something different
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here is the pics..it sticks out a little more but its at the best possible angle i can get it without hitting the swingarm, only way i could move it anymore in would be to cut and replate a section of the swingarm. im thinking the pipe looks so big because 1. its polished, i hate the chrome look its what the previous owner bought, it will be carbon soon. and 2. the other cans all have two bros on the side this one has them on top and bottom because it was an undertail..its the EXACT same size as the rest of the pipes, and i mean exact, i measured everything the same as the zx6 and as far as i know its the same as the gsxr and r6. only thing i can do now to move it in or make it smaller would be shorten the can even more

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not too bad, how does it sound, too loud?

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Are you trying to be a Gixxer?

Not my type but hey its your bike so do whatever you want. Personally it would've looked better if you had the cf can like the one in the Kawi vs the polished .

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I personally LOVEEE the under tail mounted exhaust... One of my favorite 600rr characteristics...
Butt hey it looks like a fun project to be working on, and it didn't come out half that bad. I would
def throw the Carbon Can on there though, think it would look a lot better IMO


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as lame as it sounds i bought my 600rr because of the under tail exhaust, that's why i also was looking at a 636 and a 675. but ive had such amazing luck with Honda.

i know you said its the same dimensions as my gsx-r but it really just looks huge, compared your pictures to my bike today.

but if you like it go with it, and don't care what anyone else thinks.
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i like it!! good job dude. i am curious to what you are goingto do with the undertail? maybe some mesh sheeting or a grille?

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I like it, but I'd love to see what you plan to do with the undertail area. Another member did something similar, but hasn't put up pics of his. Good job, anyway.

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I think it looks a bit odd. I would get an exhaust that is ment to be side mounted. Something just looks off.

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here is a pic of the temporary undertail, i plan on making a fiberglass one myself. as for the polished can, i said it was a free thing i didnt want to spend money so i used my undertail to make everything, not a penny was spent. i do plan on getting a cf soon though! keep in mind i am only 18 and just getting into custom builds so not everything looks as good as it should


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That's coming together nicely. By undertail, I also was wondering more if you plan to cover up the empty space hidden by the old exhaust with something than the lights, though it looks like a good fix to test out the new set-up - let us know when you finish the fibreglass part you mentioned. Good work!
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You want people opinions, but you don't want anyone to "flame"? But when someone does give their opinion you get all defensive. Personally, I don't like it. You threw the whole style of the bike away, and to believe it or not, like stated before, you ruined the balancing point. You stated you don't do twisties but you also just stated you did motocross, and from my experience, that has turns where you have to lean, correct me if I am wrong. You also made another statement that you want to stand out from all the other CBR's and we are all just trying to fit in, but from me looking at it, it now looks like an CBR with an F4i touch. Your bike still looks like a CBR and your not going to stand out in a crowd because of an exhaust. If you like it then so be it, do what you do, but if your going to get defensive, I don't think any forum is a good fit. Basically don't ask for anyone opinions if your going to knock them down because they don't agree with you.

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-1. You are taking away a key factor as to why our bikes look as great as they do. I know that if i had that can on the side like that it would get ripped off. Shorten it at least. Good luck with it. Cheers.
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