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    View Poll Results: Would you purchase an Austin Racing exhaust for your Streefighter?

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      Junior Member mpower13's Avatar
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      Rich at Austin Racing is ready to build exhaust if you guys want them! Vote now!

      Okay guys. I have been going back and forth with Rich at Austin Racing to build us a system for our Streetfighters. I have purchased a used midpipe from a forum member and offered to send it to the UK for Rich and his team to jig up and begin building us a system using his GP2R can.

      However, first I need to get any idea of how many people would be interested in the system. Rich needs an idea before he begins the process.

      If you don't know about Austin Racing, check out their website. They make world class stuff for high end bikes.

      Here is what the system would be:

      The system would be similar to the Shift-Tech Termignoni exhaust.

      -GP2R can
      -custom 2 into 1 midpipe
      -Estimated price of $1680

      Yes that is correct. Includes a midpipe. No sending in your stock exhaust for modification and never being able to go back to stock. And the price is cheaper!

      Please vote and/or comment in this thread!

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      Awesome system, definitely worth taking a look at! GL Jonathan.


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      I too am looking in to purchasing this awesome set up. Cant wait till final production is done. Would really love to see specs and hear it in action.

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      Sounds Nasty, I wish i could run this type of pipe without hearing it from the cops, neighbors, and wife... Good Vid...

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      mmmmm....I like it more than anything out there. This will be on my bike. What is the difference between the GP2, GP2R, and GP1 cans?

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      Quote Originally Posted by D2D View Post
      mmmmm....I like it more than anything out there. This will be on my bike. What is the difference between the GP2, GP2R, and GP1 cans?
      Here is a link: STREETFIGHTER GP2/R De Cat Exhaust - austinracing

      GP2 and GP2R are the same, except the GP2 is just a longer version.

      The GP1 is a completely different design. Just depends on what you like.

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      I wish this had been available before I bought my Akras. It's the exact look I'm after and at the right price. Others will point to Shift-Tech, but their price is a bit steep (USD $2k - termi version).




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      Quote Originally Posted by monk848 View Post
      I wish this had been available before I bought my Akras. It's the exact look I'm after and at the right price. Others will point to Shift-Tech, but their price is a bit steep (USD $2k - termi version).
      That is true and why I looked elsewhere to have something made. $2k to modify your stock midpipe, which is one cut and welding on a new bend is a royal [email protected]@ raping. This system is a brand new titanium fabricated midpipe!

      You can always try selling your Akras, though those are beautiful and well made cans!

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      Yeah, after I saw these I've been thinking about selling the Akras, but you're right, they're so well made, and the sound is amazing! I just don't like how it covers so much of the rear wheel. Real shame to hide that single swingarm...




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