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who makes the quietest performance exhaust? I have a full Muzzy ti system on my 04 WR250f,I love the performance,but I'm tired on the loudness

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I have a 03 wr with a fmf Q titanium and it's a nice pipe. Pretty quite. Not as barky as the Dr. D full system but the Dr.D definately has more low end

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I run the stock exhaust system i just bought the GYTR insert. I have great power and it's 96 decibels. Plus it's cheap! Which is even better!

I doubt that even comes close to the power of an aftermarket pipe, I used to run my can without any inserts and it was gutless. but very quiet

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I doubt that even comes close to the power of an aftermarket pipe, I used to run my can without any inserts and it was gutless. but very quiet

I spend my money in other things then a pipe. Instead of a pipe i bought a 290 kit which gave me far more bang for my buck. I personally find pipes to be over priced. When the stock can gives more then enough power that i'll ever use. I'm not Ricky, I use my bike for the single track and it has enough power for me. Replacing it seems pointless to me. Now if you were doing wide open stuff and need a little bit more somewhere then go ahead and do it. But a new pipe isn't always the best choice for riding conditions.

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I run the stock exhaust system i just bought the GYTR insert. I have great power and it's 96 decibels. Plus it's cheap! Which is even better!

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Hey Clutch, did you look at the Pro Moto Billet insert. It looks like the GYTR. Is there any difference in performance? I think the PMB is 10 bucks more.

thanks

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I run the stock exhaust system i just bought the GYTR insert. I have great power and it's 96 decibels. Plus it's cheap! Which is even better!

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Hey Clutch, did you look at the Pro Moto Billet insert. It looks like the GYTR. Is there any difference in performance? I think the PMB is 10 bucks more.

thanks

I have no idea on that sorry. We Bought the GTYR because my bike is a 01 and we knew it would fit right in there. It probably does the same thing, at least that's my educated guess.

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I went into my Yami dealer here in Canada to pick up a GYTR exhaust insert but they are no longer available here. I guess I will have to do some on-line shopping.

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i thought the billet one was for looks and spark arrestor. I was unaware it adds power or lowers your sound output.

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I like my Dr. D with quiet core and spark arrestor; 96 dB, and works great for me.

I had a guy last race come up to me afterwards and say "I couldn't hear you back there! I had no idea you were even there. I thought I was all by myself and then you came by!"

Stealth rules! :thumbsup:

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I like my Dr. D with quiet core and spark arrestor; 96 dB, and works great for me.

I had a guy last race come up to me afterwards and say "I couldn't hear you back there! I had no idea you were even there. I thought I was all by myself and then you came by!"

Stealth rules! :thumbsup:

Did your pipe come with the quiet core & SA installed? On their site, it looks like they want you to pay $550. for the steel system, $80. for the SA and I couldn't even find the quiet core. Got to be over 7 bills shipped:eek: Then it says you have to drill and re-rivot your new $700.+ system? Not me. Seems like maybe they could take a break from developing quad pipes long enough to offer a woods ready pipe. FMF gets it with the Q4. The '05 up stock pipes do fine uncorked:thumbsup: I'll use that cash for tires. Good to see some quiet pipe threads coming up-let's keep those trails & tracks open:thumbsup:

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Did your pipe come with the quiet core & SA installed? On their site, it looks like they want you to pay $550. for the steel system, $80. for the SA and I couldn't even find the quiet core. Got to be over 7 bills shipped:eek: Then it says you have to drill and re-rivot your new $700.+ system? Not me. Seems like maybe they could take a break from developing quad pipes long enough to offer a woods ready pipe. FMF gets it with the Q4. The '05 up stock pipes do fine uncorked:thumbsup: I'll use that cash for tires. Good to see some quiet pipe threads coming up-let's keep those trails & tracks open:thumbsup:

really, you can get it for cheaper than that; here is the full system, with spark arrestor, for $500:

here

...and here is the optional quiet core, for $40:

here

So for the full system, with spark arrestor and quiet core, it would be about $540.

There is no drilling or re-riveting if you get the pipe that comes with the spark arrestor already. Just remove the end cap bolts and put in the quiet core; put end cap back on, very easy addition.

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really, you can get it for cheaper than that; here is the full system, with spark arrestor, for $500:

here

...and here is the optional quiet core, for $40:

here

So for the full system, with spark arrestor and quiet core, it would be about $540.

There is no drilling or re-riveting if you get the pipe that comes with the spark arrestor already. Just remove the end cap bolts and put in the quiet core; put end cap back on, very easy addition.

I think your right. I was looking here: http://www.dubachracing.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=43

...didn't realize the aluminum system comes with the sparky. I think they are the best full system, but wish they would offer a slip on that works with the stock head pipe. Any way you slice it, that's still a lot of tire money, and suspension should take priority:thumbsup:

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I think your right. I was looking here: http://www.dubachracing.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=43

...didn't realize the aluminum system comes with the sparky. I think they are the best full system, but wish they would offer a slip on that works with the stock head pipe. Any way you slice it, that's still a lot of tire money, and suspension should take priority:thumbsup:

I agree the suspension takes priority; unless you have to meet a sound test, or if you need a spark arrestor. Both of those things will end your day quickly; quicker than still having stock suspension.

So if you're going to hit the woods and/or race MX in MN, some kind of pipe/pipe modification is necessary.

It is a huge chunk of change though, that part is no fun.

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