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Which Exhaust System Would You Choose to Keep of the Two?

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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
I'm torn between the "looks" of 2 slip on exhaust systems for my ZX14R and would like your opinion on which one would you choose of the "two". Barring brand names and any preconceived likes/dislikes you may have for one brand or the other, so only if you had to keep one and get rid of the other...which one is the keeper? If neither then that's fine also but it's not included as a vote. LOL

Thanks in advance!

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I decided to sport the Voodoo's since everyone I've asked says without a doubt they're the way to go. I've asked family, friends and fellow riders and 100% everyone went with the Voodoo's. All along I was heavily leaning towards them, because they simply fill the back end of what is a visually big bike, and IMO the bigger slip ons balances out the front and back portions of the bike. Thanks to the 2 people who participated in the poll, although I was hoping for more participation. It appears that this section of the forum is pretty much dead, and probably won't revive with more activity/traffic unless Kawi drops a Gen III....which I highly doubt since the 14 is only sold in a few markets and being somewhat replaced by the H2 SX.

Any how, here's a pic of my final exhaust with some tid bits that I added since the time when I started this poll.

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I see that it's lowered now and that seems to cause the rear wheel to disappear up into the bike like it just came from a cold swim in the pool.



That being said, it would look pretty fricken sweet if you stretched that swingarm a bit.
 

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Thanks Porschenut! I do plan to stretch it but only a subtle 4-6 inches, just enough to bring the tire out from under the wheel well.
 
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