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Hamaguchi Exhausts

Anybody have any experiences with these? These seem extremely high quality titanium exhaust systems from Japan.

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They're still pretty new, as far as in the US i believe, just started making it into the mag's! I havent ben able to find much info on them or reviews! But good luck finding out something!
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i have a distributor that sells the whole line and them very high quality and top notch
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Here's some Info and pics of them










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looks fantastic but if its ti you're gonna pay for it
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Yea the Full systems run anywhere between $1200 and $1600 depending on the model. They are the full race type system also and fully disassemble
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Those welds look top notch. I've never heard of them, but by the looks of it they are real high qual.

Wish I could afford one...
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Those welds look top notch. I've never heard of them, but by the looks of it they are real high qual.

Wish I could afford one...
Yea I just saw one in person and the system is absolutely awesome. The welds are incredible and clean. This may be the next big system to compete with Akra, Arata, and Termignoni
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Then someone in florida of cali should get one and test it out so we know about it by the time riding season comes next year!! Maby even you moto!
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Then someone in florida of cali should get one and test it out so we know about it by the time riding season comes next year!! Maby even you moto!
Wish they made one for a Buell. haha

Actually I found an old thread that looks like Gas Man had one of these last year.

https://www.twowheelforum.com/showthread.php?t=11120
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Wish they made one for a Buell. haha

Actually I found an old thread that looks like Gas Man had one of these last year.

https://www.twowheelforum.com/showthread.php?t=11120
Looks like Gas just posted the guys pics. Dip&Carve looks like he had the actual exhaust.



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Dam he said it sounds better on his 6 than his cuzins yosh on a gixxer 7, but he doesnt talk about the power he got after tuning the pc to it! Yeah it was dip&curves. Got to find him and get him in here on this subject, 'cause you may have struck gold!

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Here is the gain on a CBR1000RR. Gain almost 14hp.

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I have added most of the full systems that they have available. They do have some slip and bolt on too

http://moto-madness.com/catalog/inde...ex&cPath=8_466
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so on that one it gains lower and looses top end??
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why are they welding those like a small run job shop? they should be using a mandrel bender. too much time to make cuts & welds like that for what could be an easier solution, especially if they sell a lot of these things.
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Here is the gain on a CBR1000RR. Gain almost 14hp.
Holy chit. That must be with a dyno tune/custom map, I imagine.
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I have added most of the full systems that they have available. They do have some slip and bolt on too

http://moto-madness.com/catalog/inde...ex&cPath=8_466
I don't see the r6 there.... it's fine though, since I can't afford it anyways
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so on that one it gains lower and looses top end??
If you look, it only loses horsepower around 4k rpm... and who cares about your power amount there, anyways?
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why are they welding those like a small run job shop? they should be using a mandrel bender. too much time to make cuts & welds like that for what could be an easier solution, especially if they sell a lot of these things.
Um... that's why it's expensive, and its better that way. Mandrel bending leaves creases in the inside radius of the bend... not ideal for flow. This welding process is to avoid that, it's how they do race exhausts, and it's far superior.
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Thanks for the break down ceo, i was talking about the post from curves who said he put it on his 6. But those skematics arent with the pc and custom map. anyone know how well it does wit it? looking to get the perfect exhaust 4 my gixxer 7 when it comes out! and for that dam much it better be great!
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