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Arata exhaust photos, installed

I have been wanting to see what the new system looks like installed and went looking today. In Japan, where it is made, the company uses the name Striker and I was able to find their website. I did try and find a dyno chart but was unable to, maybe they will have one posted later.

I do like the way it looks, just need to get one now!!

Here are the 2 photos that I found on their website.

If you are wanting to see the website, here is the link.
Striker Website

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Re: Arata exhaust photos, installed

Very interesting!

Do those pics show a dual tip? Looks more like a single tip and I thought it was to be dual tips.

Either way, I am waiting as well!
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Re: Arata exhaust photos, installed

Looks like there may be clearance issues with the oil filter and the headers though. There is no way I am getting a pipe that I have to loosenthe headers on to do an oil change. Seen it happen on my buddies GSXR and will never let it happen to me!! It is now the first thing I look at when I see an aftermarket pipe.
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Re: Arata exhaust photos, installed

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Looks like there may be clearance issues with the oil filter and the headers though. There is no way I am getting a pipe that I have to loosenthe headers on to do an oil change. Seen it happen on my buddies GSXR and will never let it happen to me!! It is now the first thing I look at when I see an aftermarket pipe.
Look closer... The oil filter on the 1000rr is on the right side, facing out. Nowhere near being blocked by the headers.
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Re: Arata exhaust photos, installed

Haters everywhere!
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Re: Arata exhaust photos, installed

Any one have pictures of the rear of bikes with exhausts? I just bought a 1000rr and am looking for a great exhaust. I love the daul look. Any help?

I have had 1 f4i, 3 929rrs, and 1 1000rr. Love the Honda!
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wow

Nothin new there mate. They are great system. Here's a graph I''ve done here for you to see. Stock vs Arata system and mapping. 147.8- 160.7h.p with a 5-10 h.p gain from between 6 and 8K to boot

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