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GPR exhausts fir 675

Hi guys, has anyone fitted a GPR exhaust to the 675 F3 and if so what is your opinion on them (quality, sound and performance). Also if anyone has any feedback on them from others?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-12-2019, 06:26 AM
I can't comment on the MV versions but I've had GPR cans on both my Guzzi 1200 Sport and the Tuono V4 I have at the mo. The quality is good, the performance too if you get the fuelling set up correctly of course to suit. The noise levels are something else. It depends what you want. I actually found the noise to be quieter than the stock can on my Guzzi, that suited me fine but if you are after a throaty roar and lots of dBs then perhaps they are not for you. Most come with removable baffles so you can play around with them a bit. Best of all is the price, much cheaper than an Akra.

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Hi guys, has anyone fitted a GPR exhaust to the 675 F3 and if so what is your opinion on them (quality, sound and performance). Also if anyone has any feedback on them from others?



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Which GPR? I had to twin pipes. It's a bit on the louder side but it sounds great IMO and is really light. Quality seemed good although the GPR emblem fell off within a few days..

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I have one on my 1078 Brutale,set up with PC5, sound louder than the standard twin pipe set up but in my opinion excessivly load , or maybe a little over the top if i rev it out , if I knew how to post a picture I would do so !
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I have one on my 1078 Brutale,set up with PC5, sound louder than the standard twin pipe set up but in my opinion excessivly load , or maybe a little over the top if i rev it out , if I knew how to post a picture I would do so !
i can second this they are loud with or without bafal . this is it on my 910 first pic is standard fitment second is fitted to an arrow link pipe
have a third can which is the race version stainless straight through double can like standard exhaust , it is extremely
loud this is the one on bike at the moment have had to put cat back on bike and an other db killer cat in link pipe, this can was for the 920/990/1090 the link pipes look the same
but are slightly different both fit but the 920 one tucks in towards the rear wheel so used the 910 link pipe, will post pics later not been out with this set up yet
good quality for price.
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gpr race bought this for £80.00
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I like the look of the race pipe, its close the rear cowl though, any heat issues?

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I like the look of the race pipe, its close the rear cowl though, any heat issues?
yes it is had to tweek it a little to get that clearance have put some heat shield on plastics just in case
should be alright as it is pretty secure , as i said it is loud its straight through can with no bafal have not been out on the bike with this set up
but it dose look good, its how i wanted the exhaust to look and fit, if you look at the first pic the original can is also close to side panel and i had to remove the original indicators which GPR do not tell you .
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Which GPR? I had to twin pipes. It's a bit on the louder side but it sounds great IMO and is really light. Quality seemed good although the GPR emblem fell off within a few days..

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I'v been looking at the Albus in white and the Furore in black.
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