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Thread: M50 Pipes ????

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    Question M50 Pipes ????

    howdy all..

    i have an 06 m50 and was thinking about aftermarket pipes...

    i know you can get VANCE and HINES and COBRA but are they anything else out there on the market..

    i drilled 10mm holes in the stock pipes which gave it a bit more of a note but i would like to hear just a bit more. or is there something i can also do to stockers that may give it a deeper note ???

    all advice would be awesome...
    woot M50


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    I completely gutted my stock pipes, Pulled the whole baffle out and screwed the end cap back in to look like nothing was done, it was very throaty to say the least. rode that way a year then replaced them with the Vance and Hines. Yes there are alot of other pipes out there. You can find others at Suzuki Boulevard M50 Parts and Accessories
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    cheers mate...

    i may take the baffle out all together...

    thanks for the advice..
    woot M50


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    I was gonna say debaffle it and see if you like it. If it is too loud or you wanna change the tone some, do a search for Fibrosleeve - a mod DJ put togather that a lot have really liked.

    I have cobra streetrods on mine and really like them, I also know Jardine, Hard Krome, Morton Violators are some others I can think of. If I had my choice and wanted to spend the money again, I would look very hard at the Hard Krome 2:1 exhaust, I think it looks way cool on the M50 - the downside is it is very pricey.

    Scott

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    thanks for that mate...

    over is AUST there are stricked Rules on motorcycle noise.. i had a XVS650 with jardine drag pipes and i got the bike defected... not much fun at all...

    i would love it to sound like a harley but never going to happen...

    i am in love with these vance and hines they sound unreal
    YouTube - Vance and Hines Cruzers
    woot M50


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    I have just fitted the Highway Hawk Double Wall exhaust pipes to my M800 (European M50) and they look and sound excellent.

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    i will be debaffling the bike this weekend...... i will see how we go if iam not happy i will purchase vance and hines but do they come with the port for the OXY sensor ???
    woot M50


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    Some don't mate. The HH pipes I bought didn't, but HH state that it should be tucked up under the side panel and not disconnected. As long as it is still connected, it will provide the relevant feedback to the the ecu so that the FI can be adjusted accordingly.

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    mmm i shall see how it sounds without baffle i love the look of the stockers
    woot M50


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    Have seen the roadburner black hawk double eagles...heres the link. Road Burner/DG Double Eagle Black Hawk With SLT (Sound Lowering Technology) E
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    Has anyone seen/heard the Roadhouse Lightning Duals on an M50? I was considering a black pair for my 2009 Special Edition (black/orange) or a pair of HK 3" Equalizer Staggered Straights (chrome). Anyone have any experience with either?

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    I've got Roadburner Street Pro's on my 50 and love them. Click my link to hear them on youtube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CardiacThug View Post
    Have seen the roadburner black hawk double eagles...heres the link. Road Burner/DG Double Eagle Black Hawk With SLT (Sound Lowering Technology) E
    I just put these on, along with the Cobra Fi2000R. The M sounds beautiful.


 

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