Best rear sets and Exhaust? Opinoins?

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  • #3087
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    rrbigskull
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    So this is two part. Im looking for new race rear sets and just a slip on for now but i want to know so people experiences and would love to see some pictures.
    Help a Rider out lol

    #3088
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    Gilles Tooling rearsets are REALLY NICE! I have them on my bike, and who doesnt love twobros slip ons?! but if I had my choice, I would DEFINITELY go with a TOCE slip on man! those things are SO FUCKIN SICK!! heres some pics of my rearsets/exhaust

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    by the way, if you know where I might be able to find a front sprocket cover for a resonable deal, let me know!

    #3092
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    I have an ART pipe on my bike and think it sounds good. Its deeper and louder then my cousins Devil pipe. Ill see if I can get a quick video of how it sounds.

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    I would say for rearsets get vortex, if you go down on track the vendors will have the parts you need immediately unlike others and they are cheaper then other rearset parts, vortex is adjustable! Overall they are sick!!!

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    is there an exhaust out there that matches the lines of the bike better? I really like the way the factory exhaust fills up the undertail and uses the side fairings. It seems two brothers and most other exhausts are too rounded or stick out lower than the tail? Just a personal preference. I saw the akroprovac and it seems better, but really pricy for a slip on.

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    Yoshi? Mine was alil long so I shortened it and made it even with the tail.

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    I’m a fan of the Yoshi RS5. IMHO it matches the lines perfect.

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    i heard good things about driven rearsets! and they look pretty attractive.

    #4045
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    @ATX600rr that is wat I have its all carbon. So sexy!!

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    @Bacaboy69 Thats the exact one I want.

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    The akra is similar shape to the stock if you are looking to match the line of the bike. More of a flat oval shape.

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    We have good prices on rearsets and exhaust. If you go down on the track a vortex peg will fit our rearsets. For exhaust we have stainless and titanium and GP. I have GP on my 07 1000RR and it is killer loud.

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    yoshi all carbon is what i have. but toce and hypeflow give awesome sound based on youtube video. look them up too.

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    I have that exact one I just cut the pipe so it was even with the tail if anything just alil shorter

    #4730
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    i have a two brothers slip on at lacked and i like it. it lacked back pressure so i lost some mid and gained a loping idle but i bought the most restrictive power tip and cut it down by half. the back pressure is much better and the lope is gone and it still sounds sick and is a good deal lighter then the stock and cheaper then a lot of other slip ons out there . loud is good , fast is better!

    #4734
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    O also have yosh, and i cansider them over two brother. Have to hear it live to appicicate it, cannot judge but youtube, difference speaker will give you diffences sound.

    #4742
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    Looked at a bunch of rear sets:

    I feel I am partial to getting some DRIVEN’s.

    Just need to anti-sieze during assembly to make sure they can be worked on.

    #4746
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    I have a lol loaping in my yoshi might be not enough pressure, not sure yet I’ll find out soon enough.

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    For rearsets, I would look into Woodcraft then Vortex. Many riders usually have spares in the event that you go down or trackside Vendors are onsite with replacement parts. Downfall to the woodcrafts is they are not as adjustable as the Vortexs and priced a little higher. The consensus on their durability,crashability,quality seems to be good.

    The Vortexs are known to flex under heavy pressure and there have been multiple reports of them breaking the frame mounting points instead of the foot peg bolt itself. They are prices well, have great adjustability, and are popular amongst track riders.

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    Sprocket cover…… suncoastsportcycle.com they are a moto salvage yard. They sell stuff like that allday long for cheap!!

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    I like the way Driven Rearsets are designed. Select parts fold in the event of a slide.

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    Check out d&d exhaust. Have it on my 06 600rr it’s awesome, low deep pitch. And the duel pipes out the rear is awesome

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    Also any of u guys know were a decent price is for driven or vortex rears?

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    Satos or Gillies is what I would have bought. And a yoshimura cf rs5

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    I really like my Akra slip on. IMO, it matches the best with our bike. Sound is also not too loud like some of the others. If subtlety is what you are looking for, then you can’t go wrong with the Akra.

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    tisoyrider
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    driven rearset are nice but i dont know if im ready to shell out $500 for them.

    #34456
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    Got a New Leo Vince Full Titanium Carbon Cased Exhaust Slip on Looks great .. Removed The DB Killer Roars like Hell .. Bought it for $893 in my country

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