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Yoshi TRC Slip-on or TI force Conical Slip-on

I currently have a Yoshi TRC Slip-on (usa spec). I talked to a few guys that do alot of dynos and they said they see the most hp gains in the Ti force slip on. Should i change Exhaust or what!
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um... your not gonna really see any gain out of a slip-on exhuast, atleast noticable. full exhaust thats a different story.
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HP gain between two similar slip ons, thats funny. You won't even notice the HP gain of a stock vs a slip on much less a slip on vs another slip on.

Slip ons are for acoustic and cosmetic improvements only, not performance improvements.

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So if im gonna get a full exhaust which one of these system which would be the best out of the two or what system is good for the 06 gixxer 1000
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I currently have a Yoshi TRC Slip-on (usa spec). I talked to a few guys that do alot of dynos and they said they see the most hp gains in the Ti force slip on. Should i change Exhaust or what!
depends on what your building... IMO the gains between the two pipes can't be all that much... but if you've got the $$$ to throw around do it!...

but it's probably about 1-3hp more than you have right now (if it is a gain) and you could notice that by loosing 20lbs of body weight too...

I say stick with the exhaust you have and find another upgrade to spend your money on
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So if im gonna get a full exhaust which one of these system which would be the best out of the two or what system is good for the 06 gixxer 1000
The difference in them would be so small (1 Hp) that you wouldn't notice it. Pick the one that's prettier.

Unless you are a racer of course, then research which one is better, but I am guessing not since you asked about slip ons.

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IM not fat first of all lol! ok im convenced i want a full system which would be best!
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IM not fat first of all lol! ok im convenced i want a full system which would be best!
I would suggest you research your bike if you want the biggest gain. The same pipe isn't right for every bike.

You are going to need a PCIII and air filter to go with it.

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IM not fat first of all lol! ok im convenced i want a full system which would be best!
didn't say you were... just saying you could achieve the same result

actually it'd probably be a better result if your racing as your endurance would go up.

so you only have a slip on and want a full system? that's a diffrent question and best left to those who know the bike well... though remember with a full system you'll need to get a PCIII and re-map the fuel/air mixture... so factor that into your budget
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I would suggest you research your bike if you want the biggest gain. The same pipe isn't right for every bike.

You are going to need a PCIII and air filter to go with it.
are you copying my screen? 2 posts in a row we've said almost the same fluk'n thing
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i have a pc3 and a BMC air filter
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I would suggest you research your bike if you want the biggest gain. The same pipe isn't right for every bike.

You are going to need a PCIII and air filter to go with it.
you need all 3 for any real noticeable gains.
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i have a pc3 and a BMC air filter
well that's all the advice I can give... let us know what you decide... and
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Well I suggest some place like gixxer.com to ask this question of which pipe has the best performance because I can't think of anyone off the top of my head that has been research 06 gixxer 1000 full systems. Sorry we couldn't help ya, but you are headed in the right direction.

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Gonna have to agree with Trip on this one. Whichever is lighter and looks better or just looks better throw down on it. They are both annoying as dog**** top end anyway, cops will hear you coming for a good half mile, so enjoy more speeding tickets even when you're cruising at 6k rpms in 3rd, doing well under the posted.
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