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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
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Switching the pipes on K7 1000

As many other gixxer fans, i think the new dual exhaust setup on the gsxr 1000 is ass ugly! I know if i bought one the first thing i'd do is switch to a single pipe setup...atleast that's what i did think until i saw this!

The new yosh dual pipe system looks sick! If i had one i think this would be the way i'd go...

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Looks good but the duels are still ugly.

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I think the only real good dual's came off of the R1's under the tail. That's my opinion.
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is there a way to do dual exhaust on side like the choppers? Something like this



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I personally love the high mount dual exhausts on the rc51. Something like this, but with a carbon fiber cans like the yosh system Florida mentioned would be sick on the k7.

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is there a way to do dual exhaust on side like the choppers? Something like this


...well actually there is! I was sort of thinking of this pipe for my 600, but i'm not sure i like the sound from the clips i've heard.


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I don't know, the exhaust on the 2006 GSX-Rs were pretty sick to begin with. That low side mounted can looks pretty damn sleek.

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Poppincaps, no doubt man...I love the stock exhaust! Besides the look it sounds great too. Probably one of the loudest stock pipes i've heard. But then again there is always that urge to accessorize!

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TI-Force Full 4-2

I have installed a TI-Force 4 into 2 full titanium exhaust. The Dyno curve for the 4-2 shows an advantage over the 4-1 full system on the TI-Force website. It utilizes the stock hego sensor so the closed loop ECU system is maintained.
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another anle

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