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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-12-2016, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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F4 Exhausts - Bodis vs QD

Hi fellas,

I fancy a bit meatier/deeper sound, anyone got a view or advice on whether to choose a Bodis or QD exhaust...

The QD is around 280 cheaper, wondering if both will fit with no issues, mods, or re-mapping?

Bodis : https://www.designcorse.com/products...ant=4230943937

QD : https://www.designcorse.com/products...ant=4230582785

Which would you choose?


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post #2 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-12-2016, 10:15 AM
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No doubt for me BODIS, quality and sound!
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Look at the Bodis closely and then look at the alternative. It saves money at the collectors by necking in there and generally the QD just looks "cheap"

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Somehow I like the QD.
Probably the Bodis is better.

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I like the cans and tips of the QD better, but when it gets down under the seat it really looks like something is missing where the bodis doesn't look cheap in that area.

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I had a Bodis on my 2011 F4 and it sounded amazing. Now that I have the 2016 F4rr with stock pipes I miss it even more. I like the shortened outer pipes on the new bike more than my 2011...kind of wish Bodis would shorten the outer pipes on their system too.
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I like the cans and tips of the QD better, but when it gets down under the seat it really looks like something is missing where the bodis doesn't look cheap in that area.
My thoughts precisely QD looks more cheap when you compare to titanium Bodis.
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You nailed it with 'Titanium' Bodis

Petty I know, but I recently bought & fitted an R&G tail tidy (took my time, heat shrunk, threadlock, nice job etc, etc) & now find the version I have isn't comptible with the Bodis... So that means buying another tail tidy and doing it all again!! aaargh.

The QD is compatible, and therefore would save even more ... But you're right, it doesn't look as sleek and I'm thinking the Bodis will sound more 'serious'


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Yeah, unfortunately you need to know that you need a tail tidy for pre-2013. Since my bike was a 2011 I didn't have any such issue.
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I've got a Bodis on mine, and frankly, it's a beautiful work. Sounds great, baffles super easy to remove. I also have a Microtec ECU on mine, and run without baffles. You can't beat the construction.


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