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post #1 of 15 Old 11-10-2013, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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Gpr exhaust

Is anyone running a gpr exhaust? Specifically the deeptone? It looks like a quality make and the looks get me a little randy.

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I know this is an old thread but hoping someone else will chime in on the GPR's. I'm really interested in the Furores. I haven't seen any videos with some on a 919. Looking for dual set-up W/O the DB killers, I like noise! Really looking for a low end rumble and good loud note in the top end. Yoshi's are too quiet. Anyone else running these or have experience with this company? I've heard the finish wears off on some.

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I almost got some and hear the quality is on the lower end of the scale. If you are going that route, Dan Moto is the only way to go and they even sounded way better than the 2 bros I have on mine now.

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So, is there a reason you went with Two Bros instead of Dan Moto then?

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I didnt go with GPR becuase there wasnt enough reviews from people on them. They look interesting but I spent my money on something more reputable. I bought titanium 1st Gen sato racing pipes. If your patient enough they will pop up on here eventually. Totally worth the money.

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Thanks for the update, I've waited and debated for a year now. I'm sort of leary buying used pipes. I have seen SATO's pop up on eBay every now and then but they went for more than I was comfortable paying for used. I suppose I will have to reconsider if I want quality with the deep growl and screaming tone at high revs I'm looking for.

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Dan moto may fit your needs! Price point, decent quality and badass sound. If they shipped directly to California (which they don't because of smog laws) I probably would have ended up buying them.

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So, is there a reason you went with Two Bros instead of Dan Moto then?
The Danmoto was on a 900RR header on another 919 I had.

When I got my current 919, I wanted to retain the stock header and also get something with a good db killer, the Danmoto's are pretty loud.

In hindsight I forget, wanted something different I guess.

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Dan Moto's are not that loud to begin with, but last I checked there is also an insert for them to quiet them down some.

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Dan Moto's are not that loud to begin with, but last I checked there is also an insert for them to quiet them down some.
They aren't loud at first but after 5K they are loud as shit. The 2bros and bigger cans seem to last longer even though re-packing is always required to keep any pipes from getting too loud from what I gather...

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