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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-20-2005, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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lookin for busa exhaust pics. short exhaust.

im wantin a short exhaust on my bike and havent decided which yet. lookin for suggestions and pics. i just dont like the two big cans stickin out of the back. i dont want anything real loud and obnoxious either. something internally baffled or something
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-20-2005, 09:31 PM
 
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If your not familar with...

Another good site to ask for this kind of 'Busa specefic info. is Hayabusa.org... tell them WildMonkey sent 'Ya !


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Id like to see some pic's to. That's a mod I'm not familiar with.

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Yeah... I'm not sure... but on this custom 1k it was a racefit can on it. But I can't find one for a busa... but maybe it will help ya..




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I was wondering if some of the shortly K5 can would fit.

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What like buy two of them?

But here's a site that sells them..

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What like buy two of them?

But here's a site that sells them..

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Those are expensive.

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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-22-2005, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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that 1k is wicked

i like that exhast. how would that fit on? buy to and swap mid pipes or what? i have seen a busa with the mid pipes removed and dumps put on with internal baffels but it was LOUD. and looked kinda rigged up. not very professional.
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hey what everyone think of brocks sidewinder exhaust???

saw a bike on ebay with brocks sidewinder exhaust. was a race bike but wasnt sure if anyone could give me advice and/or opinons on this exhaust. also curious if packing can be added or removed from this exhaust.
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Its depends on what you want out of an exhaust. Low-end, Mid-range, or peak...

M4 is the what I run on my race bikes. Packing is done with a rivit kit. They are like 20-30 bucks @ Home Depot.
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Brocks Sidewinder Exhaust

YEAH THE BROCKS SIDEWINDER IS GREAT ON A BUSA IF YOU GOING DOWN THE QUATER MILE ITS STREET LEGAL BUT LOUD AS HELL MUZZY HAS ONE ALSO THAT DOESNT SOUND SO MEAN I HAVE SOME PICS OF THE MUZZY ON A BUSA AT WWW.WILLISDRAGRACING.COM
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It also depends on the type of riding you like to do a sidewinder is useless in the turns 1/4 mile or for show only. As far as the Busa having Shorty pipe or pipes is really only good for looks you will have zero performance gain from the mod You might even give up a few HP They do sound cool though!You can go on suzukihayabusa.org do a search for what you are looking for and the pics you want to see should be there It's the motorheads site. No pun intended TWF!!!!

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