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Exhaust Sound

I am looking at installing aftermarket exhaust and am wondering what brands if any have more of a deep throaty sound to the exhaust rather than such an overall extreme loudness to it.

Do these deeper sounding exhausts still provide the same power gains?
I think I would prefer a full system, but am not ruling out slip-on yet at this point.
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I really like my yoshimura. Everything else I've heard has been a lot louder. The yoshi is close to stock db levels but deeper.


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I am looking at installing aftermarket exhaust and am wondering what brands if any have more of a deep throaty sound to the exhaust rather than such an overall extreme loudness to it.

Do these deeper sounding exhausts still provide the same power gains?
I think I would prefer a full system, but am not ruling out slip-on yet at this point.
wait for the alba exhaust to come out whch should be soon, supposedly the sound is deep and still have great power.
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I like my HMF. The FMF I have heard sound pretty corked up. I haven't heard a Yoshi pipe.


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my dmc afterburner is very throaty sounding but also very loud if you went with the dmc quiet core i think it would have the same sound but not as loud.

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I would go full-system if you want to spend the extra green. My hmf definitely gave some sweet power gains...but day-um that pipe is loud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Yeah, I like the Yoshis and the HMFs myself.




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Have the Motoworks SR4 with a silencer and it sounds real deep and is within the db limits you encounter at some riding area.

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I like my HMF. The FMF I have heard sound pretty corked up. I haven't heard a Yoshi pipe.

That sound almost like the Motoworks SR4, good sound

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