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Created on: 05/09/14 09:56 PM

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Fiction14


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slip-on decision help
05/09/14 9:56 PM

Hello all,

I have been looking at slip-on exhaust systems for my 14, I have it narrowed down to three systems. The first is Brocks slip-on,the second is two brothers silver series slip-on and the third is the m4 exhaust which I'm leaning towards. So now at this point, I'm looking for some feedback and suggestions from end users. Thanks in advance.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/10/14 8:19 AM

I think most here will tell you Brock's but no experience here.I have Two Brothers and really like them.I did order the inserts (tips) and think it sounds better.

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/10/14 7:33 PM

Muzzy not on the list, CBlast has an awesome set, if not I go Brocks or Two Bros.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/10/14 8:11 PM

I don't know anything about Brocks, a lot said about them here, but have had 3 CBR1100XX 2 brothers slip on's polished "scratched easy" on all 3..I did the same on my 13 ZX-14R SE I really like them..I did change to the titanium with green screw kit and gold plates they have a sorta of custom order deal online.
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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 4:06 PM

The new 2 bros. Silver series carbon fibre are very nice, would have bought them if they were available when I
Bought my 2 bros.




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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 4:24 PM

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 4:51 PM

Slip-ons = waste of hard earned $$$$$$
Go full system

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 6:13 PM

I love my M4 retro drag slips. They are just beautiful and sound awesome! To me they are flawless. If they had a full system that was a dual setup, is go for it. I agree with the full system of you want all the performance. I want performance as well as cosmetics. I love the look of the dual exhaust. I guess if you mate them with the akra header, you'd have a full system. Wich is what I'm doing at the end of this month.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 6:14 PM



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 6:15 PM



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 6:59 PM

+1 on the full system advice.
I put the Yoshi R77 carbons on mine and like them. Then I fitted the Akra headers to make up the full system and made it breathe much better, and a sweeter/deeper note.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/11/14 10:53 PM

I went with the Two Brothers slip on's, and the noise suppressing tips. I wanted improved appearance, reduced weight, and only some increased loudness. They have a nice deep, throaty sound, louder than OEM.


The inner ring at the tip of the cans is visible in the picture below, they reduce noise.

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 2:53 AM

Two bros for me and no baffles, love the loud deep growl down low and at full throttle they just sing

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 8:30 AM

I went with the black stainless muzzys. They look perfect and sound deep as hell.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 9:59 AM

Check out graves slip ons ...
I would def go with them before 2 bros!! He'll I would take yoshi before 2 bros!



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 1:07 PM


here's the black stainless muzzys.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 2:29 PM

The M4s look great and they are going to be a little lighter than other slipons. I'd get a full system for all the weightloss and hp advantage you can get. Slipons might be worth the $$ if they are at a reduced price or if you are sure you are not going to want the ultimate performance.



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 3:13 PM

The 14 always looks better with dual pipes....full system may give more power and a different sound, but the thing just looks better with dual cans IMO. One thing is for sure, ditching the bazookas that come stock is a good idea if for nothing else for weight savings.

I researched a lot prior to buying Muzzys..I am around guys with most of the others and while they all are pretty nice, i still am pretty stoked about them. They look great and sound fantastic, as Nastynotch would agree I am sure.

The Vance and Hines slip ons were really nice but it is my understanding that they will only fit up to 2011. Last I checked they were not supporting the 2nd Gen 14 due to poor sales. I think these were called CS Ones.

If i was gonna get a full system, it would be Brocks.

Edited to say....Its cool we have options though.....go with what you like best. Its your bike.


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MRZX



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 5:32 PM

nice ride runnerhiker and Nastynotch



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 5:42 PM

I've got a Brock's full system, but had I gone for slip-ons they would have been Graves:

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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 6:29 PM

Thank you MRZX!



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/12/14 6:46 PM

Yea, those graves are really nice ....



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RE: slip-on decision help
05/13/14 11:28 AM

Yea, those graves are really nice ....

Think they'll fit my brocks header?




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RE: slip-on decision help
05/13/14 12:22 PM

Yea, those graves are really nice ....


Think they'll fit my brocks header?


Wish I knew, I don't know anyone who has tried it ....



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1978 GS 550
1968 CL 350
1972 TS 90
RM 125, YZ 250, CR 500. Taco 22 LOL !

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the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy,
its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.."
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Fiction14


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RE: slip-on decision help
05/14/14 5:42 AM

Thanks for all of the replies, I like the Graves exhaust that was mentioned. So now I have to decide between the Graves or the m4 exhaust.



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