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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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A few pics of the latest GP2R. It uses 110mm length Carbon or Titanium end cans. DB levels from 98 upto 120 seriously loud without using the inserts provided within the link pipe. Power stays the same at 98-120db.

Worth remembering that if you have the GP3 and fancy a change next year the GP2 part clamps directly to your GP3.




You can also chose the V2 black or V3 can if that's your thing:



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So, I can switch end cans if I have the AR CS system??

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Basically as long as you have either the ARCS GP3 or GP3 full system you can add the GP2 pipework with end can to it.
Price is £499 with titanium pipework and any of the end can options.
The GP2 will only fit to a GP3, it will not fit to the ARCS up the side of bike style or the full systems with that style. The GP2 end cans have an 80mm inlet which will only fit to GP2 pipework.
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£499 is for the ARCS system or just the new link pipe/can??
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It's for titanium link pipe and end can.
All prices on our site.
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Did I read correctly that there is a db killer inside the link pipe? any pics available?
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Correct, the GP2 uses inserts within the fat link pipe, these are interchangeable, you can take them out for seriously loud, loudest thing we have ever produced, use 50mm inserts or 35mm inserts. DB levels controllable from 98 -120 without affecting the power increases gained from fitting the system.
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Correct, the GP2 uses inserts within the fat link pipe, these are interchangeable, you can take them out for seriously loud, loudest thing we have ever produced, use 50mm inserts or 35mm inserts. DB levels controllable from 98 -120 without affecting the power increases gained from fitting the system.
98-120! JEBUS! Lookin forward to seeing a video of this one

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Correct, the GP2 uses inserts within the fat link pipe, these are interchangeable, you can take them out for seriously loud, loudest thing we have ever produced, use 50mm inserts or 35mm inserts. DB levels controllable from 98 -120 without affecting the power increases gained from fitting the system.
That's a great system I love the idea. Does this only come with the cat delete system or the full system as well? I have been looking for a system to mainly upgrade the looks and get rid of the catalytic converter for weight reasons.
I do not however want something super loud to upset my hearing or the fuzz so would you say with the biggest insert the noise level is descent?
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Full and de cat systems are available as gp2. Yes the gp2 is able to bring levels way down so appeals to those that want LOUD and those that want levels for every day riding but with race looks.
It comes with all the inserts for you to chose from.
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