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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-06-2014, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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hi all, looking at a new f41000 2014, was wondering if any one has done an exhaust on their's? would be a slip on or full? Had rg3 on my 1078, but on this it'll be just for a good sound.
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hi all, looking at a new f41000 2014, was wondering if any one has done an exhaust on their's? would be a slip on or full? Had rg3 on my 1078, but on this it'll be just for a good sound.
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Thanks mate that's what I was thinking too
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-09-2014, 10:49 AM
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I took a plasma cutter to my stock F4 exhaust and frankly surprised how little difference sound impact was. A little more low frequency grunt, but not what I was expecting. I have a Bodis now, and really happy with it.


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Bodis are the one but thy make the bike run bad at low rpm cause no exhaust valve
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Thanks mate that's what I was thinking too
Hi Chris,

Did you end up running with the Bodis? Did you just use just go with Slip on or Full??

I am looking to replace my RR2012 pipes now after 3000kms.... I ride with too many Dukes and need a better sound!!
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Bodis are the one but thy make the bike run bad at low rpm cause no exhaust valve
I have bodis and bike now runs a dream at low and high revs so smooth down low never been happier.
Maybe whom ever tuned it needs to have another go
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anymore photos? are the baffles easy to remove and any issues with overheating etc?

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