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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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New Moto Corse exhaust for F4 - Preview

So not sure if this type of thing has come out before, but I thought it was pretty damn sweet.

Picked up the F4 today after getting some stuff done and they were happy to show me some new products.

Pic is only with my phone, will get better ones later. Light at the top didn't help too much either.

but anyway..... what do you guys think of this design? It's the full Ti exhaust.... matches the contours of the rear quite nicely I think.

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So not sure if this type of thing has come out before, but I thought it was pretty damn sweet.

Picked up the F4 today after getting some stuff done and they were happy to show me some new products.

Pic is only with my phone, will get better ones later. Light at the top didn't help too much either.

but anyway..... what do you guys think of this design? It's the full Ti exhaust.... matches the contours of the rear quite nicely I think.

How much do these cost in Japan?


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Not sure on that specific one, but I would expect it to be on the order of the full Ti exhaust:

http://www.rakuten.co.jp/motocorse/1...28639/1141295/

at 420,000 JPY

or 3600 USD

or 4800 AUD

or 2800 EUR



in other words, a Bargain!!!
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Looks and thanks for the pic and info, but why do you say it's a new exhaust?? Isn't that the one that has been out for a long time now?
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Looks and thanks for the pic and info, but why do you say it's a new exhaust?? Isn't that the one that has been out for a long time now?
Well, it started when he told me it was brand new.

Basically it is the ends of the exhausts....the organ pipes have angles, resembling the rear end of the F4 (more or less). as opposed to the all even ends on the stock exhaust.

(maybe these from somebody else have always been out there, but it is new from MC from what I was just told today from the owner/manager).
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Yep, looks the same other than the slash cut tips on the end caps. First time I've seen those new tips.

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maybe they'll sell the tips seperately at some point. but if they want to hold their exclusiveness then they'll keep them attached to those $4K mufflers. still a real beauty. i'd have to see them side by side to see which ones i liked better. MV pipes are what they are and have been for a long time. since yamaha has the slash cuts on their underside pipes, these remind me of those.
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I asked them once what to do if I ever crashed and damaged the tips to my Ti exhaust. No reply LOL I guess that's the answer then, buy new!

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yeah, they wanted to make sure you bought them first. they knew you wouldn't like the answer.
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