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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-05-2004, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
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High mount exhaust for a 750 gixxer

Does anyone know who makes a good highmount for my bike? Ive seen a couple on line, but Iv'e never heard of the brands. I love the sound of my trs yoshi, but yoshi doesn't make a high mount. Any sugestions on similar sounding ones???? I really don't want my bike as loud as a D&D pipe make it.
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Thanks for the link man, those are sweet looking. Do you know how they sound, as far as loudness I know it's impossible to discribe a pitch?
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They don`t have the clip for a 750, but go to the gallery, then sound clips, they have a couple of a gix1000

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I wouldn't count on getting a very accurate sound over computer speakers.

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Surprisingly, the sound quality is pretty good. They sound nice, but $700 for a carbon slip-on?!?!?
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I have the M4 Sport High Mount on mine and it sounds great, not to loud and not to quiet. I think they have one for the 750, I am using a 1k header and got the 1k setup, so if they have one for the 750, you would probably be cutting the current header. I would highly suggest dumping the current header and buying someone's throw away header from a 1k, the weight difference is huge and it is very easy to setup on the 750 with minimal modifications. Only thing that needs to be done......radiant tape on part of the farings and new bolts and washer to space the fairing a little bit on the right side of the bike. It is a noticeable difference too, believe it or not.

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