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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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Uh, I have a 2012 Yamaha R6, not a R63
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Uh, I have a 2012 Yamaha R6, not a R63
From 2006 to 2013 all R6 have a "mid muffler", so any slipon you get won't be loud, even a straight pipe

That video is of a 2003 R6, the 2003 to 2005 and any year R6S have no mid muffler, so when you put a slip-on on them, they are nice and loud

If I was you, I would do THIS and THIS.

Or, if you wanted to get extra fancy and go with a full system, can't beat this deal: http://www.biohazardcycles.com/servl...EXHAUST/Detail

After you do either of those setups, make sure to send your ECU to OhioYJ so he can flash in a proper fuel map for free, so you'd never need a power commander

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Shame that that isnt all in my price range, I was looking to spend 100-mid 200s, but from what I can tell, to make my bike sound bad ass, it'd cost more then that huh =/
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Shame that that isnt all in my price range, I was looking to spend 100-mid 200s, but from what I can tell, to make my bike sound bad ass, it'd cost more then that huh =/
Yeah, maybe you can try and find a set of 2003-2005 R6 headers or any year R6S headers cheap, and mod up your stock exhaust to them. It'll be loud and raspy, not exactly the sound I look for, but if you're looking for loud, that'll get er done.

Stock muffler with 2003 R6 headers:


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See I'd do all that if I know little to anything about bikes lmao. Last thing I want to do is **** it all up and then im stick with a bigger bill to repair it all :p Like I said, if anything I'm going to start talking to my friends at work more about exhausts and see if they know anything about it.
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