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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-19-2002, 07:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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Question 99-00 F4 Aftermarket Exhaust

Looking for some feedback on pipes from anyone with a F4 (not F4i). I don't care too much if it increases hp. Want one that sounds cool.

Thanks for your input.
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Two-Bros..... I have it,and everyone says it sounds awesome. Unless you want that loud D&D pipw

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duessel,

what kind of tail eliminator is that you have? I like it.

And exactly what model of Two Brothers?

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Fender Eliminator = Hack-Saw (I will be posting pics of how I cut it off for another thread)

The pipe says C4 on it. I guess that is the model. It is pretty loud. I get a lot of compliments on it. I can guarantee no disappointments if you get one.

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I definitaly suggest two bros. I think it saise C4 (not sure) but i know its aluminum. It sounds GREAT! not the best looking exhaust but definitely the best sounding. I've had people tell me my bike sounds better than a ducati 996 that was revin his bike beside mine (99 f4).

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Is it the full system C4 or the slip-on?
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Slip-On. $379
If you get the full system, they suggest you get your bike jetted. I am not putting jets on my bike. Too many problems..

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Quote from Two Bros. Racing Magazine for cbr 600 f4: WE RECOMMEND USING THE STOCK JETTING AND AIR FILTER ON THIS PARTICULAR BIKE WHEN USING OUR EXHAUST SYSTEMS.

I recomend the full.
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I never knew that. I just assumed that all carburated engines needed jetted with full exhaust, or it would run lean. The F3 needed it.

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Hey Duessel--

You and me have the same garage! 'Cept my RSX is silver, and my '00 F4 is yellow...

I was definitely thinking Two Bros for mine, probably carbon fiber, though.
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