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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 11:41 PM Thread Starter
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Guys,
End up selling the 2015, and replaced it already with 2013-HP4 Love the exhaust, Hate its size? what do you guys recommend.
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What do I think? Both are junk. Both are too loud to pass noise check at a track. Both are overpriced considering they reduce performance and increase noise. Both look like high school shop projects gone wild. But hey, you asked.
I was going to reply to the OP.....then saw that you had totally nailed it. Well played sir, well played!

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neither of these exhausts are very well made, the taylormade especially is very cheap and poor quality

brocks, akrapovic, arrow...all quality exhausts
You forgot Yoshimura. I have a slip-on and it's easily the quality of an akra, smaller, lighter and WAY less expensive. Remus makes nice exhausts as well.

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Akra or ban.
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I am strongly leaning toward Akra, the only one that fit the HP4 using existing headers, kind of expensive for a slip-on though.

https://www.akrapovic.com/en/moto/pr...75&yearId=4013

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I have one of these for sale if you're interested - PM me.
https://www.akrapovic.com/en/moto/pr...77&yearId=2075

I personally don't have the need for an aftermarket exhaust, and I rather like the OEM stainless unit on my '13. Thinking of how many tyres and pads I can buy with the Akra stubby...

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Route246wraith, I got a full titanium exhaust while i was overseas from a friend, he had it on his 2013, but removed it about 5 years ago and wasn't able to sell, my luck.
I will be selling my oem once the titanium is installed, but i have no timing yet.
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I was going to reply to the OP.....then saw that you had totally nailed it. Well played sir, well played!
Helps me as I was considering taylormade. Not gonna happen now, my fat ass cant lose any hp!
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