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2002 GSXR600 with a Devil pipe - help
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2002 GSXR600 with a Devil pipe - help - March 11, 2011, 06:22 PM

This is from Chazmattazz, of .com, who is now a lawyer and lives in Harrisburg, PA:

We have a client who was riding a 2002 GSXR600 with a Devil pipe (I don't know which model pipe, or if it was a slip-on or full system). A woman in a car made a left turn in front of him as he was already in the middle of the intersection and right in to the side of his bike. He is now in a coma and will not recover. The driver of the car claims that she did not see or hear him. We want to argue that a 2002 GSXR600 with a Devil pipe going 70-80 mph is loud, and that she would have heard him even if she didn't see him. To do that, we need to hear, in person, a 2002 (or close) GXSR with a Devil pipe. If anyone on the board has a 2002 GXSR600 with a Devil pipe, we'd like to hear it in person. We can meet them somewhere and we will pay for their gas or whatever in meeting us. It would really help a fellow biker out who is now in a coma if we can find someone. Thanks.
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March 11, 2011, 06:31 PM

I have access to the bike but it has a micron exhaust. Those exhaust are freaking loud as crap.


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March 11, 2011, 07:08 PM

I feel for the rider....I am hoping for his and his family sake it turns out well. How could he have been going 70 or 80 through an intersection though? Whatever, either way an uncorked Devil system is loud as hell like Dodge said.

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March 11, 2011, 07:32 PM

I have a 2004 GSX-R 750 with a Devil.

It's loud.
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