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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 08-13-2006, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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What pipe for 600RR

Any opinions on what exhaust I should put on my '04 CBR600RR. Looking at Yoshi or Jardine.. Let me know what you think. I heard the Yoshi (loved the sound). Never heard the Jardine on a 600RR. Thanks!!!
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The Jardine sound great too.

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i like the Yosh..
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Everybody always says D&D exhausts are too loud, but the D&D twin slip-on I have on my 600RR sounds deep and throaty at low RPMS and only starts tearing the air apart at around 8-10k rpms. I like having that added assurance that I am heard by cagers on the highway. If I need to be quiet, like when I come home late at night, I just click it up a gear. It also works as a very effective horn, clutch and redline = Move biatch!
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Termignoni. Absolutely the best exhaust I have heard on a 600RR.
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Termignoni. Absolutely the best exhaust I have heard on a 600RR.
Gotta agree...
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I'm leaning more to the Yoshi. Thanks for the input from everybody! I'll get my fender eliminator kit at the same time, just to make it alittle easier. Since you gotta tear the tail off to get the exhaust on!!
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Everybody always says D&D exhausts are too loud, but the D&D twin slip-on I have on my 600RR sounds deep and throaty at low RPMS and only starts tearing the air apart at around 8-10k rpms. I like having that added assurance that I am heard by cagers on the highway. If I need to be quiet, like when I come home late at night, I just click it up a gear. It also works as a very effective horn, clutch and redline = Move biatch!
You're also heard by aliens in space with a D&D.
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You're also heard by aliens in space with a D&D.
To me they just sound obnoxious.
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To me they just sound obnoxious.
What was that? I couldn't hear you over the neighbors D&D.

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What was that? I couldn't hear you over the neighbors D&D.
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Haha, anyway don't go with a D&D if you are putting in a fender eliminator kit. The twin pipes get in the way of **** and you end up having to mod your kit just to get it to work... if at all. I'll post a pic of what I had to do to my competition works FE to make it work.
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Haha, anyway don't go with a D&D if you are putting in a fender eliminator kit. The twin pipes get in the way of **** and you end up having to mod your kit just to get it to work... if at all. I'll post a pic of what I had to do to my competition works FE to make it work.
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You're also heard by aliens in space with a D&D.
WHAT??

I once rode behind Twisty with a full system of D&Ds on his TL1000S!!!




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WHAT??

I once rode behind Twisty with a full system of D&Ds on his TL1000S!!!
My buddy had a slip-on on his '02 6R. Huh???
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My buddy had a slip-on on his '02 6R. Huh???
<plane over your head>

I was acting like I couldn't hear you...




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I was acting like I couldn't hear you...
I was acting like I couldn't hear you after. Oh well.
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