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Old 12-02-2012, 10:16 AM   #11
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Dude... You're using a GYT-R slipon and you want to go there???
Haha... well I get that there is no way to argue the other point, so might as well move onto something else....

I'll argue there is very little difference (read "virtually none") in the performance of slip ons, since I bought my bike, the GYTR is the only slip on I liked the looks of, so that's what I bought. My only complaint is it's a little loud, but I'd rather a little on the loud side than too quiet.
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Haha... well I get that there is no way to argue the other point, so might as well move onto something else....

I'll argue there is very little difference (read "virtually none") in the performance of slip ons, since I bought my bike, the GYTR is the only slip on I liked the looks of, so that's what I bought. My only complaint is it's a little loud, but I'd rather a little on the loud side than too quiet.
And I'll argue that it is one of the gheyer looking slipons out there, and that contrary to na´ve belief, it is NOT made by Yamaha. And from a performance standpoint, performance=weight, so your "virtually none" comment is moot considering the GYT-R slipon is heavy for what it is...
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:35 AM   #13
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And I'll argue that it is one of the gheyer looking slipons out there,
Lots of people don't like them too, doesn't matter, I like it.

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and that contrary to na´ve belief, it is NOT made by Yamaha.
Ok you got me there? Who is GYTR then, because they are a division of Yamaha, or I thought? Not to mention I didn't buy it because it was Yamaha, I bought it because I preferred the way it looks.

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And from a performance standpoint, performance=weight, so your "virtually none" comment is moot considering the GYT-R slipon is heavy for what it is...
I'd be willing to bet it's within 8 oz of most everything out there. However I will admit, any weight saving's is worth something. However I'm not exactly a small guy, so I'd be better off losing weight instead of trying to shave 0.5 lb from a slip on.
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:24 PM   #14
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Just like stirring the pot.....

Seriously though, there is no good argument for why people like them better, it's just a bunch of fanboys....

Anyways there is always the third option of getting your ECU flashed, and using neither.
except they have better support, better expansion, better customer service, better products, better hand jobs whaaaaa?

yea... bazzaz TOTALLY is equal to the pc5.
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