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WTB/WTT: Exhaust / including OEM

I've got a set Sato low mids with LBP GP cans on this thing, and it's too much noise for the street. It's nice for the track, but I'll be taking this thing on longer rides. The drone is killing me. Yeah, it sounds good, but I have to be practical.

The left can has a dent in it, otherwise, the set is mint. WTT for any cans you've got.

If you have an OEM exhaust, that's fine to, but pm me your price, cause I would be interested in buying instead.

Otherwise, guys, exhaust wise, what's for sale?

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I've got a set of mint OEM cans with about 1000 miles on them tucked away. Any interest?
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I have oem sp2 and sp1 cans both. I'll trade strait across. Send me a pm with your cell number and I'll send you pictures.


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I'll see if I can get some pics up after work today too.

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Dont jump the gun too quickly on trading a good zorst system for a crappy OEM system. To quieten her down contact Simonkobe from this forum and he will sell you a pair of DB killers that will bring your db down to acceptable levels, then pull them out when you want to get loud.
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Oh absolutely, yeah you're right, I would probably just pay for an OEM if someone's got it and keep my exhaust for the track. Trade would only be for a different aftermarket exhaust, because I know some of them are less loud. I'm pretty much understanding that my Sato low miss are pretty damn hard to find anymore.

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Do you wear ear plugs?
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you should do what gardz says. Get the db killers. You will need to re-map from oem to ladybird slip on when you swap them. Also I usually wear some ear plugs that cut down the wind noise and should help you.
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Ear plugs. Who knew. Actually that made it all better. Here for years I thought a good helmet was all the noise reduction I need. Lol learn something new all the time.
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