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Looking for input on a Giannelli full exhaust

Just bought a 2011 Cbr250r, looks great. Sound is a little dull for my liking. I have found I can get a full Giannelli exhaust for $300 CDN. Does anyone have any experience with them? They are hand made in Italy and a branch off of Arrow exhaust.
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I am horribly biased in favor of keeping the OEM muffler. The engine was designed to run with that back pressure, and, you neighbors will not hate you. ;-)

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I am horribly biased in favor of keeping the OEM muffler. The engine was designed to run with that back pressure, and, you neighbors will not hate you. ;-)
Yeah I get that, a lot of aftermarket companies do R&D for their products to ensure you get the best performance possible. I always put an exhaust on everything to improve the sound, look and depending on the machine could be performance. My snowmobile I currently is pushing 280hp, it’s an 1100 turbo
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