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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-29-2007, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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06 vs 07 910R exhaust

I have a question in regard to what exhaust systems came with the 910R. Did the 06' 910R's come with a full system, headers, midpipe and a titanium silencer? Do the '07 910R's come with a half system consisting of a midpipe and stainless silencer?

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06' R's came with a full Stainless Steel exhaust (headers, mid-pipe, & canisters). The 07' cames with the same headers and mid-pipe but no canister.

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in UK ,we got the headers,midpipe and chip and that was it.But had it fitted foc.
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My US spec '07 910R came with mid-pipe and mufflers, no header pipes.
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My US spec '07 910R came with mid-pipe and mufflers, no header pipes.
That's a new combo I never heard of before...

I think you are very luckly though since the muffler's are harder to come by than the headers.

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07 came with stainless steel mid-pipe and mufflers.06 came with full stainless steel exhaust.
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07 came with stainless steel mid-pipe and mufflers.06 came with full stainless steel exhaust.

I guess I had it mixed up on the 07'.

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06' R's came with a full Stainless Steel exhaust (headers, mid-pipe, & canisters). The 07' cames with the same headers and mid-pipe but no canister.
Don't get me started

Bastards

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Don't get me started

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I take it you never got your exhaust system!
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Never got the Corse end cans..... a bit pissed, that was one of the main reasons for buying the R over keeping my F4 and the 750 Brut.... still TT week is coming and the Factory will have a team here...... My time will come.............................................. ................................

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