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mk1rob

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mk1rob says:

Changing Exhaust

Hi!


Looking at changing the end can on my Z750 but theres too many to choose from! 
Which do you recommend? taking into consideration;

-Quality
-Value for money
-Sound
-Looks
-Ease of fitting
-Power gains
etc

Cheers:sunglasses:

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honwal

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honwal says:

i had a quill

on a 600 bandit loved it

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basset1979

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basset1979 says:

a16

hi bud

ive fitted a a16 exhaust and what a exhaust it is sounds good very good quality it was only £100 just bolted straight on

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Jason2072

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Jason2072 says:

Seen these on eBay

they look really good I quite fancy the stubby style for my Z750

http://www.spengineering.co.uk/

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jonny68

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jonny68 says:

Quill

Brother fitted a Quill to his Triumph Tiger. Nice quality exhaust but the fitting was terrible. He had to modify the bracket to get the can to fit properly.:upset:

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CB13

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CB13 says:

AKROPOVIC....

 why look elsewhere?:smile

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steveb

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steveb says:

Dunno if it still holds true

But the cheapest way to buy a quality can (especially ones marked not for road use) was to walk into a main dealer, and ask if they had any second hand cans they had removed from bikes. I paid £50 for an immaculate Art can when art where still knocking them out for £150.

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