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Hey guys , I have an 01 RC and wanted to know if anyone was running a D and D exhaust on the RC ? And what your feed back is Ride Safe
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Ummmm I had D&D on my ZX7r .... ummmm fooooookin LOUD !!! HA HA !!!

Can not say for the RC though.... " Low end exhaust system " is what I know it to be.

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D&D - the proprietor of LOUD!


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Almost too loud...somewhat tinny on an inline four also.



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^ what he said. I had one on my 84 interceptor and on my 94 zx7. Never again.

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I run d and d on my 04 and yes very loud and mean sound. Love it.


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I run d and d on my 04 and yes very loud and mean sound. Love it.


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Thank you for all the feedback guys ! Iam a daily rider here in Las Vegas and as much as i would like Satos or Aroks i really don't want something so rare on the bike that i cant replace if something happen . Feel free to leave anymore comments on the D and D though
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If you want something cheap and not rare, get Yoshimura. They are still making them for the RC51 last I checked. Used ones can be had for a good price. I think there is a set in the classifieds. The good thing about Yoshi's is that the mids are steel (easily welded if you need repairs) and the cans are pretty universal, so you can find some cans off a gsxr 1000 and get something that looks better if you want.




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