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So I was undecided on an exhaust. After doing my research I decided to go with Austin Racing GP1R. Austin Racing has several different mufflers as well as options including the MotoGP Race muffler (I started to get that one). When I Google the pics I did not see the muffler I wanted on a 2016<. But the images on the 4th Gen gave me a good idea. I added pics as well as my You Tube video with sound tests. I highly recommend Austin Racing but be warned they do not mass produce their exhaust systems, they are hand made to order and takes 2-4 weeks. Austin Racing uses Inconel which is superior to Titanium and Stainless Steel.

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Sounds good, where did u your carbon fiber and your green hardware kit from?

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I'm not a huge fan of the spikes on my bike personally, I'd be looking for something like a button head in green.

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Austin Racing uses Inconel which is superior to Titanium and Stainless Steel.

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Just out of curiosity, what do you consider the "superior" aspects to be with Inconel as the material for a motorcycle exhaust?

I understand that it can withstand high temps and has more corrosion prevention than the other materials. But it is very difficult to work with and much more expensive. And I've not seen very much in terms of weight comparison. So in my feeble head, putting a more expensive exhaust on a motorcycle that will get scratched up or damaged when it falls over doesn't make much sense. Especially if it's going to possibly weigh more, be obnoxiously loud, not produce a big power gain, and doesn't look good on the bike.

But glad you're happy with it and that's what's important!
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So I was undecided on an exhaust. After doing my research I decided to go with Austin Racing GP1R. Austin Racing has several different mufflers as well as options including the MotoGP Race muffler (I started to get that one). When I Google the pics I did not see the muffler I wanted on a 2016<. But the images on the 4th Gen gave me a good idea. I added pics as well as my You Tube video with sound tests. I highly recommend Austin Racing but be warned they do not mass produce their exhaust systems, they are hand made to order and takes 2-4 weeks. Austin Racing uses Inconel which is superior to Titanium and Stainless Steel.

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I ordered that exhaust from Motomummy nine weeks ago and am still waiting for it.
Motomummy said two weeks for delivery LOL. Pathetic customer service from them,I emailed Austin Racing myself and am told my exhaust was never made and I should expect mine in a couple of weeks.
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I ordered that exhaust from Motomummy nine weeks ago and am still waiting for it.
Motomummy said two weeks for delivery LOL. Pathetic customer service from them,I emailed Austin Racing myself and am told my exhaust was never made and I should expect mine in a couple of weeks.
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Sounds good, where did u your carbon fiber and your green hardware kit from?

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Got the green hardware from eBay. I just looked very hard, The same for carbon fiber but make sure the manufacture is USA, just because it is coming from the states don't mean it was manufactured here. Good luck.
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Just out of curiosity, what do you consider the "superior" aspects to be with Inconel as the material for a motorcycle exhaust?

I understand that it can withstand high temps and has more corrosion prevention than the other materials. But it is very difficult to work with and much more expensive. And I've not seen very much in terms of weight comparison. So in my feeble head, putting a more expensive exhaust on a motorcycle that will get scratched up or damaged when it falls over doesn't make much sense. Especially if it's going to possibly weigh more, be obnoxiously loud, not produce a big power gain, and doesn't look good on the bike.

But glad you're happy with it and that's what's important!
The "superior" is not my words that is the manufacture's claim. Which is true because it is lighter and thinner than titanium and stainless steel. And it dissipates heat more effectively. True it is difficult to work with but Austin Racing figured it out. True it is more expensive. But I don't have something everyone has so it makes the bike more unique in my area. Another ZX10R won't pull up with the same exhaust. Plus it sounds damn good. But thoses on a budget, this is not for them. Just an alternative.

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