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Old 08-20-2004, 06:48 AM   #1
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Which Full Exhuast System Best for CBR1000RR ?

Which Full Exhuast System can pump out the most hp and torque for CBR1000RR?
Anyone have any ideas?
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Old 08-20-2004, 09:19 AM   #2
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I would do a search on the board for exhaust but from what I can gather arata and akrapovic are the high end top performers and then I guess the most popular middle road would be the micron serpent system. Check out microns site. They claim big numbers with their full exhaust.
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Old 08-20-2004, 12:16 PM   #3
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From what I gather I guess arata has the best quality exhaust. I don't know how it performs, I wish I had some dyno runs to look at.

I believe that the micron is a better system than the akro. From what I've heard the micon is great, but with issues like increased heat to the bike and possible low idle bogging I would recommend a custom map. Oh ya the pipe sticks out at an angle under the tail, it is centered but at a angle.

I don't know anything about the akro but I would like to see some dyno numbers.
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If you're not on a track, buying a PCIIIr, and taking it to a dyno then ask yourself, do you *need* the best? The bike already has about 150hp stock.

My opinion is to save some of your hard earned cash and get one that you think looks good.
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Old 08-20-2004, 01:01 PM   #5
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If you're not on a track, buying a PCIIIr, and taking it to a dyno then ask yourself, do you *need* the best? The bike already has about 150hp stock.

My opinion is to save some of your hard earned cash and get one that you think looks good.
That is a very good point too. 8)
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Old 08-20-2004, 02:12 PM   #6
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Akropovic full ti made a few more hp than the Arata. Tried both back to back on an engine dyno
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I am probably doing the Akropovic over the winter
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Akropovic full ti made a few more hp than the Arata. Tried both back to back on an engine dyno
Who the hell cares about peak horsepower I mean how often do you really ride around at full throttle at 11,650rpm?


Which one had the best mid-range power curves?
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Akropovic full ti made a few more hp than the Arata. Tried both back to back on an engine dyno
Who the hell cares about peak horsepower I mean how often do you really ride around at full throttle at 11,650rpm?


Which one had the best mid-range power curves?
I agree with LDH on that. I was digging over at gixxer.com, and found this dyno chart of a Akrapovic system for a Gixxer...............
Now get this. The red line is stock. The green line is a Supersport tuned engine with Webb Cams. The blue line is all the SS mods from the green line plus a Akrapovic full system added. Playing with the fuel only added +5hp above 11.2k rpm not shown on chart. Looks like that pipe wrecked it's midrange. My bike is a street and trackday bike. I want more midrange not less. I don't know if this is the case with ZX10R, or 1000rr. But it has me thinking real hard.

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1. Arata: quality; power gains--most and broadest gains; quality; weight (saves 14lbs over stock); price.

2. Akra: same as #1, but more top-end oriented power gains and more expensive for full TI;

3. I like the looks of the Yosh full system with the shape of the can--not sure about the power.

4. Whatever you like best!

Just be forewarned, you will bet about SAE 7rwhp, 3rwtrq with the system, pc3usb and a map. $$2k or so.

I suggest a pc3usb and custom map on the stock system first.
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