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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-26-2006, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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which exhaust is best gsxr1000 06

what is the differende between yosh High exit exhaust and the yosh exhaust, i'm looking to get the most rear wheel horses i can.. that will be worth the lose of passenger foot peg if there is a difference or is it all price..???
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-26-2006, 10:48 PM
 
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id say TRC or R-22 Yosh, i guess the mount is your choice of looks, IMHO less bends= more HP
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Yes.

More bends = less hp




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post #4 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-28-2006, 01:26 AM
 
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Yoshi cannot be beat on the Zook.



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Stock. Best OVERALL performance. Unless of course you can qualify for the grid at an AMA Superbike event and need the HP at 8,000+ rpm.
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Yoshi cannot be beat on the Zook.
Just like Two Bros on a Honda.
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Stock. Best OVERALL performance. Unless of course you can qualify for the grid at an AMA Superbike event and need the HP at 8,000+ rpm.
Too bad stock sounds like anus.



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Stock. Best OVERALL performance. Unless of course you can qualify for the grid at an AMA Superbike event and need the HP at 8,000+ rpm.

Before you decide on a pipe...decide what you are trying to achieve...low end torque, higher top speed?...to put a pipe on just because you think it looks cool, could hurt your performance or damage your engine...

decide what you are trying to do and then find the pipe that does it.
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Too bad stock sounds like anus.
Agree. Bikes from the showroom floor are a bit strangled in the sound department, but they also don't pi** off the public with noise. Furthermore, I doubt there are many riders on the planet that truly NEED more HP from a GSXR1000. Heck, I ride a VFR800, and it has plenty of ponies for me.

I know I sound like a buzzkill every time I post about exhaust systems, but the fact of the matter is that excessive noise (and other factors, of course) are bringing new restrictions on motorcycles that have not been seen before. Soon.

Inspections, Police and Highway Patrol with handheld db meters, smog checks, etc. Not trying to pee in anyones Froot Loops, but it's coming.
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Agree. Bikes from the showroom floor are a bit strangled in the sound department, but they also don't pi** off the public with noise. Furthermore, I doubt there are many riders on the planet that truly NEED more HP from a GSXR1000. Heck, I ride a VFR800, and it has plenty of ponies for me.

I know I sound like a buzzkill every time I post about exhaust systems, but the fact of the matter is that excessive noise (and other factors, of course) are bringing new restrictions on motorcycles that have not been seen before. Soon.

Inspections, Police and Highway Patrol with handheld db meters, smog checks, etc. Not trying to pee in anyones Froot Loops, but it's coming.
I fully concur. I ride a 92 GSXR 750. Do I need more speed or power? Absolutley not. Do I want it...of course.



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www.racetaylormade.com

i think its the best looking one, cleans up the bike a lot
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That pipe on the outside of the swingarm is total Anus. Undertail is for the other suckers. Zook won't give in to that and neither should you.



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I think that Taylor Made looks AWESOME!!




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I think that Taylor Made looks AWESOME!!




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I think that Taylor Made looks AWESOME!!
I totally agree
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