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jasonaz1

Just curious has anyone cut the cat/muffler off and welded in a turn down pipe?Just curious has to how extremely loud/awesome it is hahahaha
 
or anyone start the bike up while doing the m4 exhaust and see how loud it was with video?(cause you have to cut the cat off the header to do the m4)
 
 

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V8titanpwr

Judging from how loud the M4 is, a straight pipe would be straight torture for the rider and everyone within a 50 mile radius.

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Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.

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earroyo1688

It is ridiculously loud I cut the exhaust and just welded a pipe on there and have rode it 3 days but have now put it away in garage until I purchase an exhaust

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jasonaz1
It is ridiculously loud I cut the exhaust and just welded a pipe on there and have rode it 3 days but have now put it away in garage until I purchase an exhaust
Can you make a video please

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earroyo1688

Video as requested
 

 

 
hope quality is ok recorded on galaxy s5
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mikeyfz07

^ F$#kin dragster lol.

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dewski

your neighbors are going to love you! :P

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jonskelton10

I know this is an old thread but have a question would it be tolerable if you left the cat in with straight pipe? Maybe make a baffle for it
 

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hobbs

Seems like it would basically be a slip on then.


Everything went braap.

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sorkyah

Hmm, maybe its time to just take the yoshi muffler off and run w/o it :)
 
That sounds beastly


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jonskelton10

Thats what I'm thinking for a lot cheaper too and u can make if look exactly how u want. The exhaust that look good are pretty pricey I found someone who will do a custom one that will keep cat and have the bend like the akropovic and slash cut exit pipe for $200

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hobbs

I think idling it will be reasonable, but it will still be outright loud on the throttle.
 
Without the baffle, my delkevic slip on makes my inner ear tingle at wide open throttle. Not too bad with the baffle.


Everything went braap.

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christrix

I did something a little different I bought the double down exhaust from Toce for the R6 cut the cat off and welded the flange from a stock R6 exhaust on to the collector. Then I installed the double down which has no baffles so it's pretty much straight piped and is super loud but it sounds great except when you decelerate there's a bit of backfiring from the loss of back pressure so I'm going to fabricate a baffle. Actually when I talked to Toce they said there were working on a baffle for the double down so I need to call them and check on that first. Best part about it though is it looks amazing on the bike. Best looking exhaust I've seen in my opinion.

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Beemer

With my Aprocovic pipe the whole town thinks I'm some heathen. They hear me rollin' and they sneer, I wave, they smile and wave back. They're coming around.


Beemer

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mjh937
I did something a little different I bought the double down exhaust from Toce for the R6 cut the cat off and welded the flange from a stock R6 exhaust on to the collector. Then I installed the double down which has no baffles so it's pretty much straight piped and is super loud but it sounds great except when you decelerate there's a bit of backfiring from the loss of back pressure so I'm going to fabricate a baffle. Actually when I talked to Toce they said there were working on a baffle for the double down so I need to call them and check on that first. Best part about it though is it looks amazing on the bike. Best looking exhaust I've seen in my opinion.
You cannot say you have the best looking exhaust and not post a photo. That is not fair :)
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Cody
I did something a little different I bought the double down exhaust from Toce for the R6 cut the cat off and welded the flange from a stock R6 exhaust on to the collector. Then I installed the double down which has no baffles so it's pretty much straight piped and is super loud but it sounds great except when you decelerate there's a bit of backfiring from the loss of back pressure so I'm going to fabricate a baffle. Actually when I talked to Toce they said there were working on a baffle for the double down so I need to call them and check on that first. Best part about it though is it looks amazing on the bike. Best looking exhaust I've seen in my opinion.
I was thinking of doing something similar, would you mind posting a picture of the exhaust on the bike?! 

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jonskelton10

I have no issue posting pic just don't know how lol

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I have no issue posting pic just don't know how lol
 
 
You have to donate to this site and become a premium member to post a pic straight from your computer to this site. Otherwise you can upload to imgur and use a link.

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jayrexer

What was the sizing on the piping if anyone knows? I would like to retro fit an older slip on to the bike if I can figure out the piping before hacking into it.
 
I'll be sure to post pictures once I have it done though :D

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jayrexer

I went ahead and actually did this today. I had an old Erion Racing pipe laying around.
 
I cut it down to make a stubby pipe around the same size of the cat/pipe section. We repacked the muffler which is straight through.
 
It took some welding, but the bike now sounds like nothing else on the street!

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Geteup
I went ahead and actually did this today. I had an old Erion Racing pipe laying around.  
I cut it down to make a stubby pipe around the same size of the cat/pipe section. We repacked the muffler which is straight through.
 
It took some welding, but the bike now sounds like nothing else on the street!
 
Pics and vid @jayrex or it didnt happen!

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jayrexer
I went ahead and actually did this today. I had an old Erion Racing pipe laying around.  
I cut it down to make a stubby pipe around the same size of the cat/pipe section. We repacked the muffler which is straight through.
 
It took some welding, but the bike now sounds like nothing else on the street!
Pics and vid @jayrex or it didnt happen!
I'll be sure to get it up tonight once I'm off work. Probably won't be the best recording since it will be on my phone.

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jayrexer

[video src=https://youtu.be/1qmtGPJCfuQ] Here is the video for anyone wondering. Very loud in real life.
 

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jayrexer
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Here are some quick shots of the work on the pipe. We had to do some welding to get it done right, but sounds way better. Total investment was $70 for this exhaust install :D

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