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Hey guys... so I notice on alot of the aftermarket exhausts they are being described as for closed course racing only and not for street use.

Is this just some generic disclaimer? I'm looking to eventually change out the pipe, but I also want to make a good functional purchase... I'm really only using my bike as a commuter/recreational vehicle not a racer...

So yeah... just wanted to learn more on the different exhausts available. Thanks!
 

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I'd like to know this as well. Looking at two-brothers or Yoshi but can't decide. Anyone here that has heard them both in person? If so, what are your thoughts?
 

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Most after market pipes will say "closed course only". This is because they haven't been certified by the EPA (in the States) so are technically 'illegal' for street use.

By saying they are "race use only" etc.. the pipe makers cover their butts legal wise.

I'm waiting for an after market pipe that drops the weight (stock can is HEAVY) but doesn't sound much louder (if at all) than the stock pipe. After 12 years of loud bikes, I am so loving having a quiet bike again. I don't feel guilty anymore when I start up the bike at 6:00am.
 

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^Awesome thanks! I def don't mind that its quiet either, and I think my 1st plan of action is probably to paint the heat guard black.

I'll let the exhausts marinate for a while to see more reviews and stats on performance.
 
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