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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-13-2007, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaust for Review

Please reply with your favorite exhaust under 2 categories:

1) Bolt-on / Slip-on requiring no intake or jetting mods

2) Complete kit requiring intake, jetting mods (preferrably incl. all mods necessary in the exhaust kit)

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I did not want to increase noise but wanted to improve the appearance. I went with a simple exhaust tip replacement. It is stainless and turns downward to help redirect the sound. I cut the original spark arrestor out of the stock tip and reused it with the new tip. It has a little more rumble at an idle but is not much different from stock while cruising. I did not have to make any jet changes for this tip change. Herer is a picture of the tip:

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post #4 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-13-2007, 11:48 AM
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I've been full of SH*T before, but it seems to me most exhaust systems will require a jetting change. The Rhinos run a little on the lean side already.
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alba = awesome

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I heard the alba is very good but I have the White brothers exhaust DragonFireRacing cdi and K&N intake. Any one now if this is a good set up?
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alba = awesome
Id LOVE to see some good reviews on the Alba exhaust!

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said it before, say it again, ron woods pipeis one of the best out there and it is not a car muffler. I ran it with the supertrapp at pismo, it worked great.
second choice may be the gibson when it is for sale.





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Id like to see more about the Gibson as well!

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I just ordered a KMS header for use with the stock muffler. I want to keep it quiet and not spend close to 800.00 for a exhaust system. I'll be adding a mikuni HSR45 and Uni filter with billet adapter at the same time. Hopefully this satisifes my needs for a while till i save up for porting, big bore, full exhaust, intake, etc.

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ron wood full exhaust= $550
gibson is suppose to be less than $500 for a full exhaust
no need to spend $800 on something just for looks.

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ron wood full exhaust= $550
gibson is suppose to be less than $500 for a full exhaust
no need to spend $800 on something just for looks.
Add another $150 for the spark arrestor for the Woods....If Im gonna drop $700 on ehxaust, its gonna be for duals and Ill just deal with the noise!

Im all for the RW, I just think the price is a little high once you add the Super Trapp...

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Rhino craft or LTE are the way to go. Yes it loud but this is not a quiet sport.
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said it before, say it again, ron woods pipeis one of the best out there and it is not a car muffler. I ran it with the supertrapp at pismo, it worked great.

I'm a believer, we have a Woods pipe ready for the test.
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Id LOVE to see some good reviews on the Alba exhaust!
My testing is coming. I did some pretest with the stock exhaust at .1, .3 and .5mile. I'll redo the performance test with the Alba.

I can say this, I love the way it sounds.
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