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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-01-2015, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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Ok yall, don't beat me up to bad with this. I have Scorpion slip on's on my 03 RC. It sounds good but its not as aggressive sounding as I would like it to be. I love LOUD The louder the better for me plus people around here drive like morons! With that being said I was thinking about having a custom shorty exhaust installed by the best custom motorcycle shop in the county. While having the exhaust done I was also having it re-mapped, re-tuned and dynode. It does have the PCIII and the speedo healer. I'm not sure if that would be a big mistake or it could work if done properly and correctly. Any info on this would be cool. Thanx!
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This is the look I would be going for.
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just run n open header if you want loud...have you fired the bike up to hear what it sounds like w/o any mufflers? DEFINITELY LOOOUUDDD!!!! Keep an eye out for the po po.
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If I could run the bike with open headers without having major HP loss and possible damage to the bike I would......BELIEVE ME! I was thinking about going with the Voodoo exhaust tips, at least they have a little baffling to em'.
I think I'll be good dealing with the Po-Po reason being......I am the Po-Po lolololol.
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on the note of voodoo tips: just say no. even with their "baffle" they just sound... bad. I have one on my RR and it is miserably loud to ride without earplugs. if you wanna try it, grab 2 $7 exhaust tips from your local parts store and rip around for a bit.
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I'm trying to do as much research as i can on the whole shorty exhaust thing for the RC. I found a few other exhausts that would possibly work but I haven't made a decision on anything yet. Has anyone heard of Coffman's? They make what seems to be a well put together and thought out design for their shorty's but a little expensive. The design is very eye catching too.
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ladybirds aren't loud enough for ya? Look great too....ever thought about a megaphone type tip to amplify the sound?

MUST BE NICE BEING the PO PO....gotta get me one of them thar badges...yuk yuk yulk...

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I follow a guy on IG that did shorty yoshimura's on his RC, came out pretty badass. I'll see if I can figure out how to post a pic
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Thanx that would be awsome.
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Ladybird low mount GP cans are what you need....if you want to run a chrome tip buy a Suzuki or a Freightliner and roll coal.



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