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06 1000rr exhaust choices

hey, Im looking for an exhaust for my 1000rr 2006. Only slip on type. I'm sure there are a lot of posts about this but I hate searching.

I'm looking for the loudest most obnoxious pipe i can find, Right now im using the stock pipe i have modified it a bit. Cut holes in the inner baffles now it sounds like every aftermarket pipe out there. I have been searching you tube, but to be honest they all sound like stock!! Is there one I'm yet to see? I looked at the taylor made (way cool dual pipes) jardine, arkapovik, two bothers, D&D, scorpion, leo vince, All these pipes are just OK. Not very throaty sounding. The R1's sound way cooler. maybe its just HONDA engines, like chevy VS ford, everyone knows FORDs sound bad ass.

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the loudest i have heard was the D&D, but that was on a R1 and it is extremely obnoxious. I have also heard the two bros on a 04 1000RR and it wasnt extremely loud but sounded good.
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here's an idea.. go buy a gixxer.. D&D or hotbodies... loud, obnoxious, and sure to make you run from the cops..
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

i seen one called laser extreme. sounded pretty cool, but i have not been able to find out much about them, maybe they are kinda rare? have you heard of them?
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yeah they've been around for a while.. decent looking.. not rare.. just rarely used.. plus if i remember correctly aren't they pretty pricey?
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

If you think just modding your stock pipe sounds like an aftermarket system, you have problems. I did the same thing to mine when I got my two bros just to see what it would sound like. Sounded alright, but nothing like the two bros does
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

"If you think just modding your stock pipe sounds like an aftermarket system, you have problems"

Well if you take a look at what an aftermarket pipe is... it's basically not much more than a perferated tube that flows through a carbon fiber housing. (usually fiber) Simple cheap and easy to make, although you pay so much for a pipe because of the equipment and so called technology/research it takes to design it. Power comes from the header design, yet so many people think a muffler is going to increase performance. Yet it will, but only because a stock pipe is restrictive. Any free flowing pipe will have very similar results in power gains. Its about the looks and tone that sells an aftermarket pipe. What I did to my stock pipe was eliminate the blockage or restrictive baffle system that kills throttle response. So where my stock pipe may not be a Two Brothers Jardine or any other, it is very much similar at this point. But it still has a smaller output tube and slight blockage inside the can, so it's still no Two brothers. Also looks like complete ass.

Anyway, I do like the looks of the laser so i may go that direction.
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

I have a jardine. Sounds much louder than stock but not obnoxious. Looks less obtrusive than the 2 brothers. Though the 2 brothers was my second choice The Jardine looks stock while improving performance.

It actually gets a little louder as you put a few miles on it.

Though I'm not sure why you would want an "obnoxious" pipe. If you do much riding it can drive you insane and physically damage your hearing, even with a helmet, unless you wear ear plugs.
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

i agree abnoxious pipes are a bit insane, but i don't ride it much usually weekends only, I have a ninja 600 and a F2 that i ride durring the week. I also have a ninja 250 but i don't like to admit it. hahaha The 250 is a fun bike no matter what anyone says, especially for long rides to work. I travel about 40 miles to work one way. Its nice and soft ride, real smooth
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

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I have a jardine. Sounds much louder than stock but not obnoxious. Looks less obtrusive than the 2 brothers. Though the 2 brothers was my second choice The Jardine looks stock while improving performance.

It actually gets a little louder as you put a few miles on it.

Though I'm not sure why you would want an "obnoxious" pipe. If you do much riding it can drive you insane and physically damage your hearing, even with a helmet, unless you wear ear plugs.
I rock the Jardine RT-1 dual outlet on my CBR and it is loud as piss. I believe the specs are something like 103db at 10K RPMS.
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Re: 06 1000rr exhaust choices

Im kind of an exhaust nut I cant seem to leave them alone always changing so I cant speek for every pipe or every bike i will lend my 2cts on what i have experience. Micron, 2bro, erion, D&D, Yoshi, FMF, Scorpion, ART.
Loudest to quietest:
D&D
Erion & Yoshi
ARt
2BRo
Scorpion
FMF
Micron

Not on the dyno on my 929 micron made the best power and when I put the full serpent on it it was quite abit throatier and louder.

On my 06 1000rr I currently have the carbon fiber yoshi Rs5 and it is loud yet it is a deeper, crisp, growl not a tinny or raspy loud. My D&D was loud and rumbled but when it was in gear going down the road it sounded terrible. I always thought is ounded great until i followed my bike one day. sold it right after that. I liked the erion the best it had the perfect balance between loud and a growl sounded like a race bike should. That was on my 929 and the yoshi i have now offers pretty close to the same sound. My friend has an erion on his F4I and it was pretty quiet at first for the first season/summer now when cruising its not that bad but when he cracks the throttle it is very loud but sounds very nice. My yoshi right out of the box was loud. If I were doing it all over again I would buy the akra hex pipe
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