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post #21 of 28 Old 02-03-2018, 06:51 PM
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Didn't sound loud but really have to be there. Use ear plugs; crap, I do even around the house when the wife does dork TV stuff.
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short cans sound like crap
Sound quality over quantity
Good luck with it
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Sounds good, where did u your carbon fiber and your green hardware kit from?

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I use ear plugs on longer trips or put the DB killer in.
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Yes it is reflashed and custom tuned using Woolich software to the exhaust. I'm very happy with the last reflash a few weeks ago.
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Not all shorty exhausts are built the same. Everyone has there own opinion. This exhaust is better than stainless steel and titanium. It is also lighter than stainless steel and titanium, and thinner. And it dissipates heat quicker than stainless steel and titanium. It is not easy to work with but Austin Racing got it right. The exhaust has laser welds and everything is done by hand. This product is not mass produced by machines and sat on the selves, they are made to order. I get compliments everywhere I go.
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I went with Graves and I have to say I'm very impressed. Titanium body, full carbon canister. Loud and throaty when you get on and no annoying drone. No need for a tune unless you like to do this... which I do ;)
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I went with Graves and I have to say I'm very impressed. Titanium body, full carbon canister. Loud and throaty when you get on and no annoying drone. No need for a tune unless you like to do this... which I do ;)
On our bikes, there is a big need for a tune if it's a cat delete system. I got a 9 hp gain with a "3/4 system" (slip on, cat delete) and tune.

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