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post #1 of 6 Old 07-13-2008, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
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Question 919 exhaust?

Hey guys, my name is Drew and i am new to the site. I am the proud owner of a 2007 919. After ordering my windscreen i began looking(& looking & looking & looking) for exhaust. There are so many to choose from. I like the dual look but have heard good things about the single. So i found the "stash" by Two Brothers. But since then i have heard bad about 2bros. Any reccomendations? Loud and deep is what im shootin for.


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Welcome aboard, Drew. Many here prefer the Sato setup for its growl and build quality. But there are many to choose from out there, and most are posted on youtube.com so you can get an idea of the sound. Good luck in your search.

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Welcome Drew. You will love the bike and good luck with the mods.

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Welcome, Sato's are definitely the best sounding pipes. However as far as Two Brother you will either love them or hate them. Some argue that they will restrict your engine. I love my Yoshimira Triovals for looks and sound pretty good, but would love gladly switch to the deeper sound of Sato's.

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Hey guys, my name is Drew and i am new to the site. I am the proud owner of a 2007 919. After ordering my windscreen i began looking(& looking & looking & looking) for exhaust. There are so many to choose from. I like the dual look but have heard good things about the single. So i found the "stash" by Two Brothers. But since then i have heard bad about 2bros. Any reccomendations? Loud and deep is what im shootin for.
Welcome to the hive, Drew.

One question: why?

Exhaust is the last thing on my list of "modifications".
If you want louder, just take the baffles out of the stock cans.
That, a K&N air filter, and Iridium plugs should lean out the motor and give you a performance gain.

Also disconnect the flapper for more linear power curve.

Save the money for track time and suspension work.


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I'm digging my new Jardines on my 07' 9'r!!
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