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saw this on the way to work this mornin...



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I couldn't hear it.

I rolled my window down and it was silent from what I could tell.
 

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Strange. they can afford vanity plates yet cheaped out on the exhaust. At least the piping diameter should be a suitable fit for that car. 2.25~2.5" I'm guessing. The muffler obviously works well, since it wan't to loud.
 

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Strange. they can afford vanity plates yet cheaped out on the exhaust. At least the piping diameter should be a suitable fit for that car. 2.25~2.5" I'm guessing. The muffler obviously works well, since it wan't to loud.
vanity plates are pretty cheap here. like an extra $40 a year IIRC
 

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I should do that to mine..I have probably 5 or 6 stock exhausts taking up space :D
 

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Dual R6 exhaust mufflers.
 

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undertail exhaust
 

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Hmm... I have the stock SV pipe lying around somewhere... and a Honda Accord... and a lot of spare time....
 

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I like it for a couple of reasons:

A) He probably got it for free from some poor sap that just dropped $200-300 for a slip-on for their bike

and....

B) It's probably as equally "engineered" for his application as some of the stuff on the market that's intended to be used on his car.

He wins.:notworthy:

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hahaha I got a KIA... so What pipe to use... I'm thinking a Ninja 250...
KIA, I'm assuming a small 4banger, less than 2.0 liters? Any muffler with about a 2" diameter piping should be good. You could probably get away with a 1.5" piping(250 mufflers might be that size) if it's a really small engine.

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