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shorty exhaust anyone? - October 26, 2010, 07:07 PM

Gotten really tired of my ti force:/ I want something loud, # 1 on HOA's hit list loud! Do any of you guys have recommendation any shorty exhaust or a even a gp style for an 05 r6?
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open header,f the HOA
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+1 Open headers FTHOA

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never heard it on a yami but two bros is loud as shit on honda


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^^ not sure how my valves would like that, did you run into any problems while your zx was running open?
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never heard it on a yami but two bros is loud as shit on honda
They don't make the shorty style for my bike tho
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I around 24k miles on the bike, valves still sound the same. Should do a valve adjustment this winter. No known problems.
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October 26, 2010, 07:48 PM

depending on the can you have on there already, you can easily shorten it and make it significantly louder. i did it on an 03 r6. here's the write up i did:

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if you want to try it, ive got 09 stock exhaust, no idea if you can mount it or not but u can try if you want
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buy stock exhaust, chop off can so its just a straight pipe.
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chop ur ti force and re rivit the end cap back on


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made my own shorty exhaust for my 03 R1

Right after finally getting it made and put onL


New Tip and Painted Black.


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made my own shorty exhaust for my 03 R1

Right after finally getting it made and put onL


New Tip and Painted Black.
A previous owner did the same thing on my '02 R1. At first I hated it but eventually I learned to like it. I don't think an absence of backpressue would be an issue with this setup as there is still alot of pipe and an exup valve the exhaust runs through (same on the R6 i would assume).

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made my own shorty exhaust for my 03 R1

Right after finally getting it made and put onL


New Tip and Painted Black.
Do you by any chance have a write on this?




I still have the stock slip on, but would rather not deal with that ugly thing same goes for the ti force.
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