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Maybe this has been covered in the past, so I apologize for the repeat. With that said, which slip-on does everyone prefer?
 

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Under your avatar it says 600rr if so? many owners of that bike like
Jardine, but that just one of MANY out there.
Visit 600RR.net lots of info. Good luck.
 

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Yeah, I was thinking Jardine, Akrapovic, or Micron. I do like the carbon fiber finish on the Yosh and Akrapovic though. Decisions, decisons...
 

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Go with the Micron.
 

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rukus206 said:
Yeah, I was thinking Jardine, Akrapovic, or Micron. I do like the carbon fiber finish on the Yosh and Akrapovic though. Decisions, decisons...
That said, I have a full Akra system on my bike & am very impressed by it. Insofar as slip ons, go, though, I can say the Akra can & sound are very nice. The Microns I've heard on 600 Hondas sound very nice, too.

Have fun.
 

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I've got a jardine can with the rivets ripping the metal apart after 6 months....food for thought. I wouldn't buy another product from Jardine, and you'd be hard pressed to get me to take something from them for free.
 

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I've heard of problems with Jardine's products before also. I would go with Akro, Yosh, Micron or 2Bros.
 

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Realistically for your bike I would go with the Micron I can't remember which magazine it was but the did a slip on review and the Micron had the biggest HP gain so if that is what you are looking for I would go with the Micron.
 

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Akra.

I am loving my Akra CF slipon on my R6.
 

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Realistically for your bike I would go with the Micron I can't remember which magazine it was but the did a slip on review and the Micron had the biggest HP gain so if that is what you are looking for I would go with the Micron.

Sportrider mag...

All slip on dynos were done on a 2004 R6 with 106.4 stock hp......
So here is the pipe, hp, how loud they are, and price...

Akrapovic = 108.8 hp and 95 dba and $580.00
Arata = 107.2 hp and 98 dba and $549.00
Arrow = 107.8 hp and 99 dba and $585.00
Art = 107.4 hp and 102 dba and $476.00
Blueflame = 108.3 hp and 99 dba and $545.00
Bos = 108.1 hp and 97 dba and $499.00
CHM = 108.2 hp and 97 dba and $299.00
D&D = 108.3 hp and 105 dba and $443.00
Devil = 108.1 hp and 101 dba and $499.00
FMF = 108.9 and 100 dba and $375.00
G-Force = 107.8 and 99 dba and $380.00
GYT-R = 108.0 hp and 104 dba and $680.00
Harris = 108.2 hp and 97 dba and $530.00
Hindle = 107.7 hp and 96 dba and $443.00
HMF = 108.2 hp and 103 dba and $400.00
Hotbodies undertail = 108.2 hp and 108 dba and $800.00
Indigo = 108.2 hp and 95 dba and $376.00
IXIL = 108.1 hp and 100 dba and $430.00
Jardine = 108.1 hp and 101 dba and $408.00
Laser = 108.2 hp and 96 dba and $491.00
Leo Vince = 108.1 hp and 101 dba and $656.00
M4 = 108.0 hp and 98 dba and $433.00
Micron = 109.0 hp and 104 dba and $450.00
Nikko = 108.3 hp and 99 dba and $520.00
Remus = 108.2 hp and 99 dba and $459.00
Scorpion = 108.8 hp and 98 dba and $500.00
Triforce = 108.3 hp and 98 dba and $435.00
Two Brothers Racing = 108.9 hp and 101 dba and $460.00
Wolf undertail = 108.4 hp and 110 dba and $1499.00
Yoshimura = 107.3 hp and 99 dba and $465.00

That's all folks...Soooo...

Most hp = Micron
Loudest = Wolf
Most expensive = Wolf


I personally have a Micron and it sounds great. Can't tell any perforance gains though because i bought the bike with it on already.
 
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