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Next week ive got a icon coming.
with stock exhaust.
I wanne change and I want a loud one...
so wich one will save lives and pop eardrums???.
 

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I just received my Zard low mount Friday and it's amazing. Nice and loud with the DB killers installed, Harley straight pipe status with them removed. I'd highly recommend it.
 

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CR-T from SC-Project... it's a Moto-GP look, straight pipe with carbon essentially. Look, name brand, and sound quantified the $600 rate. If you go this round and noise is an issue... go with a DB killer 100%. I ride Chicago and stay Chicago as far as possible Lake Michigan to O'hare (E-W) daily as not to perk the interest of suburban pork chops leaching off audio-polution.
 

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For noise and weight reduction, the GP Style pipe from SC Project is the way to go.

They do a full titanium system as well, if you wanted to go the whole hog.

SC project slip-ons are very reasonably priced and reviews suggest the build quality is top notch. Being Italian, delivery times vary though...

Still, I like the idea of having a can from the same company that supplies a lot of bikes in MotoGP.
I'll be ordering the 'conic' pipe with the carbon tip soon. Very budget friendly and I'll probably have to leave the baffle in. I arrive home late st night often and it will be a while before I can get the bike remapped.

So, my Evo line Termi (full throttle) will be going up for sale.
Won't be loud enough for you but it is a big improvement over the standard exhaust.
 

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For noise and weight reduction, the GP Style pipe from SC Project is the way to go.

They do a full titanium system as well, if you wanted to go the whole hog.

SC project slip-ons are very reasonably priced and reviews suggest the build quality is top notch. Being Italian, delivery times vary though...

Still, I like the idea of having a can from the same company that supplies the Ducati's in Moto GP.
I'll be ordering the 'conic' pipe with the carbon tip soon. Very budget friendly and I'll probably have to leave the baffle in. I arrive home late st night often and it will be a while before I can get the bike remapped.

So, my Evo line Termi (full throttle) will be going up for sale.
Won't be loud enough for you but it is a big improvement over the standard exhaust.
I have the SC Project Conic and yes the quality is excellent and sounds great with baffle in.

 

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I have the SC Project Conic and yes the quality is excellent and sounds great with baffle in.

It really does look excellent. How would you say the titanium finish matches the standard downpipes? Mine have started to tarnish a bit and I don't want it to look totally different.

Does the exhaust crackle and pop at all? The standard FT Termi isn't as bass-y due to the cat but it makes lots of fun burps and gargles, which I'd be sad to totally lose.
 

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It really does look excellent. How would you say the titanium finish matches the standard downpipes? Mine have started to tarnish a bit and I don't want it to look totally different.

Does the exhaust crackle and pop at all? The standard FT Termi isn't as bass-y due to the cat but it makes lots of fun burps and gargles, which I'd be sad to totally lose.
The finish looks real good with the pipes but then again I polish the pipes every now and then.

There is a lil popping which does sound good. I should mention the torque curve became uneven with the exhaust fitted. Ended up getting a race BMC air filter and rexxer map too and made the bike even more awesome.... the thing just flies
 

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The finish looks real good with the pipes but then again I polish the pipes every now and then.

There is a lil popping which does sound good. I should mention the torque curve became uneven with the exhaust fitted. Ended up getting a race BMC air filter and rexxer map too and made the bike even more awesome.... the thing just flies
Thanks for letting me know! Much appreciated.
Is that with the baffle in? I'd hoped I could get away without a remap leaving it in.
Rexxer + air filter is the plan eventually anyway I suppose.
I hear some dealers can load a rexxer map for you. Not sure I fancy shipping off my ECU and I don't want to be spending big money on the control unit just to load one map...
 

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Thanks for letting me know! Much appreciated.
Is that with the baffle in? I'd hoped I could get away without a remap leaving it in.
Rexxer + air filter is the plan eventually anyway I suppose.
I hear some dealers can load a rexxer map for you. Not sure I fancy shipping off my ECU and I don't want to be spending big money on the control unit just to load one map...
Some dealers do Rexxer remaps but i went with the unit. I have 3 maps plus the original on it and each map is different. I am running a map at the moment that eliminates 02 sensors and the bike is transformed. I like the ability to load a map in a matter of minutes depending on my mood if I want a more aggressive accelerating beast or not :)
 

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For least mass, cheapest (stainless steel) and loudest you can't go past the DanMoto XG-1
Without the decibel reducers it will blow your eardrums, with the reducers it will be just plain strait loud.
 

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I just received my Zard low mount Friday and it's amazing. Nice and loud with the DB killers installed, Harley straight pipe status with them removed. I'd highly recommend it.
Hey...did u mount the Zard urself?
Easy peasy?
Remapping needed?
Because im looking just to pop it on....
thx for.ur advise
 

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I have the SC Projects Conic Exhaust on mine. What a difference, sounds lovely with the baffle in a deep throaty sound but not stupidly loud. Really pleased with it can't recommend enough.
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I have the SC Projects Conic Exhaust on mine. What a difference, sounds lovely with the baffle in a deep throaty sound but not stupidly loud. Really pleased with it can't recommend enough. View attachment 4790
Did you see any difference in performance? A guy above mentioned the Conic caused a bit of a flat spot in the torque delivery and needed a remap to smooth it out again.
 
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