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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 12-16-2009, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Old repeated subject, EXHAUSTS!!!

First, let me say I have done searches, read all the other posts, and dont other research online. So please dont bash for posting this up!

Ok, I want everyone's opinions on this. I am down to 3 differant exhaust choices to buy. I havent had the joy of hearing any of the exhausts live, only on youtube (or not at all). All 3 exhausts will be slip on with a non-cat midpipe and race ECU. This is what I am down to.
RG3 SLASH CUT - $1500
https://www.motovationusa.com/mvstor...?idproduct=587

MOTOCORSE SLASH CUT - $5600 (ouch)
http://www.vesuvioracing.com/4806/TI...CORSE-EVO.html

BODIS - $2550
http://www.vesuvioracing.com/2251/MV...-by-BODIS.html

So far on you tube I LOVE the sound of the BODIS, I havent heard many of the other ones. Maybe one or two videos of the RG3, but I havent heard any of the MOTOCORSE.

Basically what I want to know is your guys opinions on each one, sound, power, etc... If I go with the Ti pipes, they will stay natural, but if I go with the RG3, I will probably get them JET-HOT coated black.

Thanks guys.

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I've had RG3's and MC Ti's. Sound wise very similar. Ditto power. I'd go with the RG's myself. Plus the RG chip isn't half bad just as it comes.
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Does the RG3 come with a chip? I didnt see anything about it on motovation's site.

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moto corse:

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You forgot the MV Corse titanium slip ons. By far the best look of all of them.
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The RG3s are the factory commissioned ones made by arrow. the tip change a little depending on the year (champaign, silver , slash cut style). IMO the Ti ones are t0o expensive and i'm not a huge fan of the bodis tubing. the sound out of the RG3's is louder but still at a good level that it doesn't cause complaints...
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Man, that video brought back alot of old/good memories. I used to ride/race Fuji when I lived in japan in the military. I got lucky and I rode both the old track and the new track, I still have my licenses for both (you need a seperate license for each track in Japan).

The straight on fuji was fun, but fuji was very dangerous even after the refurb. Suzuka was a blast, Motegi was butter smooth, but Tsukuba was the most fun. Its a super technical track, especially on a 1000cc bike.

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The MV Corse exhaust is nice (if its this one: http://www.mvagustausa.com/web-mvagu...anceparts.html) Does anyone know what the MV course exhausts run? Vesuvio dosent have them, under the MV Corse section it says INOX headers with RG3 pipe.

I am kind of leaning towards the RG3's with Bodis as a second choice. I like the Bodis more but for the cost of the Bodis I can get the RGs exhaust, full arrow headers and mid pipe, BMC airfilter, and ECU for close to the same amount.

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Man, that video brought back alot of old/good memories. I used to ride/race Fuji when I lived in japan in the military. I got lucky and I rode both the old track and the new track, I still have my licenses for both (you need a seperate license for each track in Japan).

The straight on fuji was fun, but fuji was very dangerous even after the refurb. Suzuka was a blast, Motegi was butter smooth, but Tsukuba was the most fun. Its a super technical track, especially on a 1000cc bike.

cool man.... I have yet to do Suzuka. I did do Autopolis which is my favorite so far, that track was great. Fuji is meant for cars, but I still enjoy it on the F4. Tsukuba I've gone to a few times recently, thinking to buy a 600 and keep it there now. It is quite fun, couple corners aren't terribly safe, but still a great circuit.

give me a shout if you come back this way.....


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cool man.... I have yet to do Suzuka. I did do Autopolis which is my favorite so far, that track was great. Fuji is meant for cars, but I still enjoy it on the F4. Tsukuba I've gone to a few times recently, thinking to buy a 600 and keep it there now. It is quite fun, couple corners aren't terribly safe, but still a great circuit.

give me a shout if you come back this way.....

You didnt happen to race your MV at fuji back in the day or be a member of the forum Gaijinriders.com did you? There is a possibility I knew you or ride with you at some point. How long you been in Tokyo?

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