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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 03-27-2005, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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Best Exhaust Systems

I heard that for different bikes, there are exhaust systems that react Beeter with a certain type of bike... i s this horse**** and do i need to start doing a years worth of research to find the best full exhaust system for my bike??

I have a 1997 CBRF3, 600cc...........i Really wanna get a system for it and jet her out.. some in put would be great thanks all
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Aaronn Racing had the big numbers back then!
I don't know about now.

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Do you mean Erion? They still make big numbers for honda.
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Do you mean Erion? They still make big numbers for honda.
Yep thats it!

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I was like "WOW I have never heard of that brand".
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I was like "WOW I have never heard of that brand".
I was chatting on another forum about Aaron Stevenson.
I guess I had it on the brain.
When I had the F2 & F3 Erion Racing was the system to have!

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Micron all the way!!!
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hmm ok so i got one for erion and one for micron for the hondas,,,,, anyone else got any information for me ?
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Ive heard good things about M4, im gonna get a full M4 system for the SV.
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i have always liked erion and they do alot of development for honda racing. but i am running a micron on my bike now which is and 03 954.
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Micron would be cheaper but, Erion on a Honda is like a Yosha on a Suzuki.
They just go together like cookies and milk.

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I heard that for different bikes, there are exhaust systems that react Beeter with a certain type of bike....
I've heard that... like Muzzy works best with Kawasaki's because they have been working with them for years and is designed to work better with Kawai's
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True!!
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Micron cheaper??????
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I have an Erion slipon on my F4i. I purchased it with the PCIII loaded with the right map from Erion. It was expensive but the convenience was forth it .

They still carry F3 slipons ($339-$489) and full sets ($749-$899). They also sell the Dynojet jet kits for the F3 ($99) and they will probably package it so you get the right kit for the right exhaust.
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He means cheaper by price... quality is subject to opinioin...

Kaw = Muzzy
Suz = Yosh
Honda = Erion
Yam = ? not sure

But off coarse those can be put together in any way and still great results... heck Twisty's race R6 has a Muzzy and it gives out major hp!




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ok how much did ur micron cost you???? i know just my slip on was worth my leg. and the only other one more expensive was an akrapovik.

muzzy is crap.
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ok how much did ur micron cost you???? i know just my slip on was worth my leg. and the only other one more expensive was an akrapovik.

muzzy is crap.
I don't remember to be honest... it wasn't the cheapest but it wasn't the most expensive....




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