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GPR Exhaust?

Has anyone heard of GPR exhausts? I see them on ebay but no one I've talked to knows anything about them.
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Search a little man.

https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6034

whole thread on them.
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thank you I guess I will keep looking
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so after looking I found this link
https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/sho...hlight=exhaust
just wondering does anyone have any personal experience with them?
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I haven't found anyone that has them on a RC, but I have found several posts on other forums of other types of bikes that were all positive. Haven't found any negative ones.

If you're looking for standard mount pipes, there's still a few options like Yoshimura, etc. If you're looking for high mounts, the list is pretty thin. I think it's down to Two Bros. and these GPR's for new ones. I have heard a lot of negative reviews of Two Bros.

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Ya, I've heard some bad things about Two Bros also
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Ive just put a set of alu high levels on my bike. Build quality amd finish are 8/10, welds are nice. multi section mid pipes would be nice, but they are on the cheaper side. Not a bad thing tho! value for money seems excellent! I havent got round to dyno yet, as I dont have a power commander yet but I will soon.

Only down side is they seem a bit on the loud side. But I havent tried them with the supplied db killer.
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Not bad looking at all, bet it's hard to dyno with no tire tho ;-) thanks for the info
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Not bad looking at all, bet it's hard to dyno with no tire tho ;-) thanks for the info
Heh! Thats been seen to! pictures to follow on my thread...
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