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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-18-2015, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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To each his/her own. I rode my '13 650 V-Strom with 2-Brothers exhaust on it from my house in NC out to... Texas. And then back in less than 48 hours to pick up a 6-pack of Coors. Like Smokey And The Bandit on a smaller scale. :-) About 2,200 miles. The last thing I was thinking about on the trip was how loud the exhaust was. But I get it. My hearing sucks. Two Brothers exhausts are kinda loud compared to some of them.

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I'm using the Holeshots by Dale Walker on my 14, the black ceramic. They sound great, lower the weight and add a bit of HP and torque. I've had 6 FJR's and they all had Holeshots with a total of around 250K miles. You can go to his sight and pull up the FJR and he posted my bike for observation. Love the cans and the low growl they emit, like carbon fibre they don't get hot.
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Wonder what the Yamaha GYTR pipes sound like. They certainly look good. Pricy.

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The Yamaha GYTR pipes were not much louder than the stock pipes to me when I test rode the 2015 when the Yamaha truck was in town.

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Does the left link pipe have a stop for the center stand when it's not in use, or does the rubber bumper rest directly on the link pipe?

They look good, btw.
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Does the left link pipe have a stop for the center stand when it's not in use, or does the rubber bumper rest directly on the link pipe?

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Thanks. Yes, it does have a stop on it for the center stand.

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Wonder what the Yamaha GYTR pipes sound like. They certainly look good. Pricy.
Yoshimura makes those for Yamaha and with silencers in, it sounds just a little louder over stock at cruising speeds.

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Got them on my 2008,now i am surchin for my 2015 , Two Bros are not certificated on Belgium,so a little dangerous.
Note that i loved the Two Bros !!!!!!!!
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Changed mine when bike had 30 miles on her.

What brand are these? I can't tell from the pic.

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What brand are these? I can't tell from the pic.


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