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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-09-2019, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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Toce or Taylormade

Guys,
2015 S1000RR in need of new full exhaust, considering

Toce
https://toceperformance.com/bmw-s100...xhaust-system/

Taylormade
https://racetaylormade.com/product/2...rr-exhaust-kit

I like all tucked-in look of the Taylormade and heard its sound as well and I think its just awesome.
I have Toce installed on my R1 and I love the quad exhaust look on that in addition to the sound. I just haven't seen nor heard the Toce on a bimmer as of yet.

What do you guys think?

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-09-2019, 01:45 PM
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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.
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If you want that tuck under the swing arm look, you can get a Arrow for the same money.

If you need help with that ECU once you get the full exhaust lined up, PM me and I can give you some BMW enable option coding advise.
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Toce haha unless it's the quad pipe one it ain't worth it.

Check out Spark and Hindle, they make great products and best value beating top brands.
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+1 for what skapan said.
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post #6 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-09-2019, 10:03 PM
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I'd go with Toce if I had to choose between the two options you provided.

If I could recommend anything than go for the SC Project CR-T exhaust with titanium link pipe and mesh outlet and watch that baby turn that beautiful blue-ish/purple-ish goddess

Goodluck!!
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The bike has BRENTUNING ALPHA N, but I will reach out to you BMW_388, because I am going to need ECU help.
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for the love of god do not get either. At least get the Arrow shorty stainless steel if money is your concern. why would you put something on your bike that makes it obnoxiously loud AND reduces performance lol?
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Dabbled with the Taylormade idea for a long time, loved the look. But don't do it. Read the forum some more and find a more well built proper exhaust which will get you power. Taylormade you will lose about 10hp over stock, and Brentune can get you that back, but all that for a look? Sounds like $2500 thrown away to me..
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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
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