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post #1 of 12 Old 05-12-2007, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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best sounding slip on

im looking for a slip on for my o6 1000. i have used yoshi on other bikes in the past and did not like the way it sounded so i think yoshi is out. i dont care about a power gain because i cant use all the power any way, i just want something that sounds good..... any suggestions?
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Re: best sounding slip on

I have the jardine dual outlet, i like the sound of it but I haven't heard all the slip-on's for these bikes...

DOH!!!!
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Re: best sounding slip on

D&D .......oh wait,you said 'best sounding' , i thought you meant loudest sounding..... .........seriously though, i have a D&D and it's not all that bad as people bitch about as far as being too loud.Get yourself an Akra if $ is not the factor
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Re: best sounding slip on

If I had it to do all over, I would go Sato full titanium. With that being said, I really like my Jardine 2-exit carbon... yes it is loud but sounds good.
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Re: best sounding slip on

I like the yoshi on my 929. What bike did you have it on.
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Re: best sounding slip on

Gotta love the Jardine Dual Outlet - there are a couple of sound clips on my Myspace page http:www.myspace.com/zx11pilot
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Re: best sounding slip on

i have the carbon fiber A.R.T and its pretty loud but i dont know about the best, so far i like it
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Re: best sounding slip on

it was on a f4i.....
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Re: best sounding slip on

would sound different on the 1000
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Re: best sounding slip on

Sato
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Re: best sounding slip on

full carbon fiber jardine dual outlet I LOVE IT on my 1000rr sounds and performs great
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Re: best sounding slip on

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would sound different on the 1000

Yea, its like putting flowmasters on a civic, just doesn't sound the same as it would on a mustang.
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