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Old 7th November 2008, 20:00   #46
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Try it at dreambikes.talk to Vijay there.he seems to be able to source anything for the superbikes.reliable guy.
search online for planetdsg.its their website.
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Any Idea from where we can buy it in India/Pune and the approx price?
there are many international sites which will send what ever bike parts you need for bike hmmmmm........sites such as bikebandit.com,xdcycle.com and on ebay too you will get it
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i posted my pics on page 3 somebody recommended a megaphone exhaust for my ninja . i checked it online. its really cheap when compared to the others . it costs only 140$ . thats a good price for me.

but ive been told it recudes torque. thats boring for me. whats the fun in that.
anyone who has used the megaphone exhaust or has any knowledge about it please advise.
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i posted my pics on page 3 somebody recommended a megaphone exhaust for my ninja . i checked it online. its really cheap when compared to the others . it costs only 140$ . thats a good price for me.

but ive been told it recudes torque. thats boring for me. whats the fun in that.
anyone who has used the megaphone exhaust or has any knowledge about it please advise.
140$ for megaphones??? Dam, which site did u look up mate??? Dont think a slip-on even comes for that, let alone the full system.
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Old 8th November 2008, 17:23   #50
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Well 'roller did you know that muzzy systems for the 12r sold for 250$.full systems.many friends picked them up.its another thing that they're total **** and were removed within one month of install on those bikes.
i was that surprised when i heard about it.

gt... you can check out parts411.com or kneedraggers.com
they should have deals.
also check ebaymotors USA.sometimes there are loads of new parts there going dirt cheap.
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@insane and navpreet

the site is hotbodies.com check it out only 140$ for steel and black one for 240$
i know that full systems are way expensive!!!!

but what can u tell me about this exhaust is it advisable. i would not want to reduce the torque

what ur suggestion i cant spend a lot of money on the exhaust i went and heard the following on youtube

yoshi- too muted didnt like it
micron - nope
2 bro - yes was nice
m4 - very very nice they have a gp edition
beet- o my gosh so is the price could buy another sbk in that hehe
akropovic- lovely

thanx navpreet will check out these sites
can u guys suggest something dude without effecting the torque

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Well to tell you i have personally never seen any drop in torque due to a slip on.
If at all its there then check a dyno graph and it'll be about .5 to 1 Nm.now if at the point of the drop the bike's making 80 Nm of torque,it will never be noticable.neither in your own feel nor in the most advanced drag timing systems.

so rest assured you'll have no problems with the torque part.
Another point.check the dyno graph and see where the drop in torque is its generally in the 2000-4000 rpm range.Now tell me how long are you in that range.I'm almost always over 6000 rpm for the real fun.

I've spend endless nights trying to figure out a way to limit the drop in that range of rpm in full systems by staying online with my friends in USA when their bikes were being dynoed.
And it all leads to the fact that you don't need to do anything.you'll never notice it.

also check this website

http://prostores2.carrierzone.com/se...tem/Categories

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@insane and navpreet

the site is hotbodies.com check it out only 140$ for steel and black one for 240$
i know that full systems are way expensive!!!!

but what can u tell me about this exhaust is it advisable. i would not want to reduce the torque

what ur suggestion i cant spend a lot of money on the exhaust i went and heard the following on youtube

yoshi- too muted didnt like it
micron - nope
2 bro - yes was nice
m4 - very very nice they have a gp edition
beet- o my gosh so is the price could buy another sbk in that hehe
akropovic- lovely

thanx navpreet will check out these sites
can u guys suggest something dude without effecting the torque
Listen to the sounds of racefit, tsukigi, termignoni too.
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Old 8th November 2008, 18:08   #54
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Check out muzzys exhaust.
I know they suck in making power but as its just a slip on so it won't matter.
I do know that they make a hell of a lot of racket.

Muzzys Catalog of Motorcycle Performance Products
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The Hotbodies exhaust is so loud that you will have cops chasing you even if they don't usually. My friends gixxer 1000 has it. They are the cheapest you can get. I made a video of it.


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@straight

the loudness and cops are the least of my worries. but i am more inclined towards either m4 or the akropovic.

i was readin on kawaforums that short exhausts cause a loss in power and not as good as a longer exhausts. in this true cause i really like the M4 GP edition but its really short they also have the standerd version. will check out muzzy as well
i cant spend more than 500$ in total can+shipping
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the loudness and cops are the least of my worries. but i am more inclined towards either m4 or the akropovic.

i was readin on kawaforums that short exhausts cause a loss in power and not as good as a longer exhausts. in this true cause i really like the M4 GP edition but its really short they also have the standerd version. will check out muzzy as well
i cant spend more than 500$ in total can+shipping
The M4 long is only a full system, not the slip-on.
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Hey insaneroller that's one hell of a bike you've got there...

I'm not much of a rider, hell I'm scared out of my whits when on one!
Be it 150cc or 1400cc!

But since I have some friends who own and deal in such pocket rockets, I have had the privilage of riding them...

My favorite bike to date has to be the Harley from Musafir, had a chance to ride that a few years back, I just loved those inverse forks at the front.
Fav SBK is definately the ZZR-14R UBELIEVABLE bike! One I rode was full stock, and I remember sweating when I was doing 60KMph on 1st! Stalled the bike soon after.

Have ridden 03-08 Busas, R1, R6, CBR 400 and an Aprilla But my favorite of all is still the ZZR-14. That thing is a monster.

Kudos to the SBK owners here, love the bikes, perhaps one day I'll learn how to ride these things to their potential...
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@straight

i checked the site today they have slipons for m4 which is costing around 360$
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i checked the site today they have slipons for m4 which is costing around 360$
Yes, they have slip-ons, but they only have the short ones. If you want the long ones, you have to buy the full system.
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