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post #51 of 58 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 08:49 PM
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lol...when I saw that car in the "wrong" lane I thought oh sh#t...sounds awesome to me. Can I ask is that with the baffle plates in (some?) or no baffle plates? Honestly it doesn't sound that loud to me...every sport bike around here (Orlando, Fl.) sounds that loud or louder....it's a hell of a lot quieter than my H2-750 with full open expansion chambers I ran around on in H.S. back in the day.

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lol...when I saw that car in the "wrong" lane I thought oh sh#t...sounds awesome to me. Can I ask is that with the baffle plates in (some?) or no baffle plates? Honestly it doesn't sound that loud to me...every sport bike around here (Orlando, Fl.) sounds that loud or louder....it's a hell of a lot quieter than my H2-750 with full open expansion chambers I ran around on in H.S. back in the day.
The video doesn't quite do it justice, it is pretty damn loud, no baffle plates or db killer installed. It is a straight through system with no valves or plates. Turn your speakers up louder so half the neigbourhood can hear the bike... That is how loud it really is.

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I got mine in today Full GP3 with Ti 250mm Ultimate can can wait to install
You have any tips on install?
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I got mine in today Full GP3 with Ti 250mm Ultimate can can wait to install
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Nice one mate, you will love the sound it makes. Tips for install, not really its pretty straight forward. It's the full system so it's just remove and replace. Just take your time and have a good read through the install instructions from Austin racing and if you are unsure of anything just ask on hear. Happy to help

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I can't get the can on to the 2-1 collect seems like 2-1 pipe is bigger then opening on can. You had this issue?
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I can't get the can on to the 2-1 collect seems like 2-1 pipe is bigger then opening on can. You had this issue?

I couldn't quite get it to fit either with the exhaust off the bike, its a very snug fit. Once the old exhaust was removed, i fit the 4 header pipes to the motor just loosely, then fit the 2 - 1 collector pipe to the headers with the springs, also a really snug fit, then fit the can on last. Its allot easier to put on if the rest of the exhaust is fitted to the bike. It wont move around so much so you can line it up a lot easier.
Remember to tension the header nuts once you have the whole thing on properly and lined up.

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Got It

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Sounds just like those who said...and F1 or Indy car..man sounds good. I went with the full Akro Evo which is really quiet by comparison. I would be visited by the cops all the time around here with it being that loud

But....sounds killer!

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