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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 08-24-2010, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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Loudest exhaust option?

What's the loudest exhaust option for the Brute?

The Bodis and silmoto exhausts for the F4's are supposed to be loud, i want something like that.

When i had my F4 i just had the stock pipes modded and it sounded pretty good. I am thinking of doing the same thing to the stock Brute pipes? However if there is a nice LOUD alternative i'll probably do that instead.

The aftermarket Brute exhausts seem pretty quiet to me? I thought they'd be on par with the Yoshi slipon i have on the CBR but they are almost stock sounding ?
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Arrow Shorty, w/o db killer.

But WHY?

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Arrow Shorty, w/o db killer.

But WHY?
I like a nice sounding exhaust as i ride, why not?

My S4R has an open airbox which is intoxicating at high revs.

Some of the local MV guys have aftermarket pipes but the bikes sound quiet. It seems to my ears that a 'loud' MV system is the same as a standard jap bike system. I'm not after bleeding ears, just something on par with what my CBR1000 Yoshi does.
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I've got the arrow without the DB killer in it and its fairly loud once the rev's climb - I'd say its on par with Yoshi. MY last bike was an RC51 with racing Hindle cans, so that was much louder, but the arrow shorty is pretty loud when your on the gas (not intoxicating, but decent)
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I, too, like a good sounding bike....that said:

"Loud Pipes Cost Rights"

...so don't go for just the loudest thing you can find, get an exhaust system with the best sound without being obnoxiously loud.
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Hey Grope found these tonight, don't look to bad, small body big outlet = Noisey
Not a bad price either.
http://www.carpimoto.com/EN/Bike_MV-...el-muffler.htm
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The moto corse stubby sounds frickin' awesome. Even with baffles in. Take them out (as in at the track), it's ridiculous. That would get my vote, from both a sound and engineering perspective.....


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Do it.


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That is sexy! But at AUD$5,400 it's way to pricey. Maybe i can get one made up here with a similar look? I might look into that today as i really like the look of that exhaust!


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The moto corse stubby sounds frickin' awesome. Even with baffles in. Take them out (as in at the track), it's ridiculous. That would get my vote, from both a sound and engineering perspective.....
I think Rob has the Corse twin exhaust and it sounds pretty damn cool. I can hear his bike over my Duc when we are belting around through the twistys.

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Hey Grope found these tonight, don't look to bad, small body big outlet = Noisey
Not a bad price either.
http://www.carpimoto.com/EN/Bike_MV-...el-muffler.htm
I don't think the look does the bike justice i'm afraid I thought Bodis did a system but they only make the midpipe which is a shame as i'd jump at them in a flash if they did slipons.
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The only people who are impressed by loud pipes are teenage boys and men who like to dress up like the Village People. You've got no choice but to go Harley and assless chaps if you want to go that way.

Seriously, as said above, loud pipes don't help any of us. Most MV owners are going to be impressed with how you ride, not by how many old ladies you scare.

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