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AR GP3 Full System installed wow..LOUD.. watch vid to listen

Installed the Gp3 Full system on the 2012 last night along with a PCV and K&N filter and all i can say is wow...seriously loud exhaust. Which is exactly what I wanted. Im running the Gp ultimate can but its only 200mm long with 60mm internals. I love it. Have a listen to the video and let my know what you guys think.

Bike wants to wheelie alot more and i noticed the traction control light coming on alot more than it did before the exhaust. Running a map i got from Rich for the moment but will be getting a dyno tune done in the coming weeks.

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post #2 of 58 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 09:12 AM
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Sounds like a F1 car

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I waiting for my inconel gp2 sysytem and my gp3 end can aswell,remember than it the uk we use 98octane fuel and 95 octane so you might need to get the map tweeked to run better on your fuel out there.

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god damn

it sounds nice but waaaaayyy too obnoxious. It's like those civics with the fart cannons on them, lol
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well bud im well imprest.
iv already spoke to AR about exhaust and u have put the seal on it
thanks again lance
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post #7 of 58 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 12:29 PM
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Yup this one and the arrow shorty are for sure the best sounding!
Might get a PC5 aswell, still didn't slapped one one. Is mileage going up or down with a PC5? Since I commute on it, and gas is insanely expensive over here
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lord hve mercy that sounds good.
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Man....that sounds really nice..should've went with that then the akrapovic..😁

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That is awesome
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