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    Bummer that your ride season is upon you already (bad Honda). We are finally are starting to see temps and humidity dip below 95 as we enter the sweet spot of our season. I do like that Arrow split the slip-on and the header separate so you can "grow" into a full system and have the flexibility of pulling the db killer unlike the Akra system. Most important it's a hellva lot less expensive. I'm hoping that the PC work with Dynojet will help with the flat spot even with a stock system installed so everyone can benefit.

    Quote Originally Posted by CBBri View Post
    I really like the Arrow exhaust and this is good info. Are you thinking about the full Arrow exhaust down the road? Of course we'll have to wait for PC to catch up, but looks like that wont be too far off. I'll have to live through you guys in the warmer temperatures. Unfortunately I think our riding season here has come to a close......8 months until we can ride again! Damn!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBBri View Post
    8 months until we can ride again! Damn!!
    I highly recommend a move to California ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcorollas View Post
    btw, has anyone bought from Racing One Lab?
    (Inc del +10% local tax =AUD580 = same as USD$420)

    https://www.racingonelab.com/catalogo.php?moto=1791
    well.. shit..
    purchased from this guy (Max, an official Arrow distributor) on 1st October. he said 5 days postage, exhaust in stock

    3+ weeks later, he's been very resistant to requests for a tracking number, said a few days ago he sent last week, but has only now provided a tracking number through Paypal that doesn't register on tracking sites yet..
    will give a day or so for the tracking number to show up, then file Paypal dispute...

    buyer beware!


    edit:
    Well.. it just took him 3 weeks or so to ship. once it was in the mail, was fast, turned up in perfect condition... just a bit of timing miscommunication in the beginning.
    Last edited by oldcorollas; 11-01-2018 at 05:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangor View Post
    Let me know if the sharing doesn't work.


    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...Ek?usp=sharing

    2 clips one with and one without DB killer, sorry for the video quality, this is not my forte :-)

    With the DB killer removed, didn't seem that loud but your mileage will vary.

    Stainless version saved 7lbs. over stock good value for your money


    Was delivered while I was out riding so I haven't had any seat time, plan to tomorrow.

    Enjoy....
    Pipe looks really good, sound difference with the DB Killer removed as well. Thanks for sharing, looks great

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    Fitted the Arrow GP silencer on to my CB1000r. Pics Name:  IMG_3534.JPG
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Size:  1.73 MB

    With the baffles in its only a tiny bit louder than stock. Baffles out and its noticeably deeper but with no drone what so ever. Still not as loud as I was expecting but very pleased with how it looks and sounds.

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    with baffle, i found it MUCH quieter than stock.
    no low down bass, no crackle and pop on low speed constant throttle, no drone, no... character...at all
    but baffle definitely works (too well)

    the baffle is also pretty small diameter, so the exit area is smaller than stock too. I think playing with both diameter and internal length of the baffle will certainly change the sound.

    however, without baffle is not loud...
    well... low revs and throttle, it is much deeper and a bit louder. but also lost the low revs drone (resonance) of the stocker
    up high, not really that much louder? must be louder?

    very happy that it lost the highway speed drone, that's a massive plus for me.
    not sure if i will even bother testing baffles??

    I think Honda did a good job of making the bike quiet enough, but have character, and "look" like it is quiet (even if not actually)

    and.. without baffle (1.15kg!!) is 3.1kg less than stock
    Last edited by oldcorollas; 11-01-2018 at 05:30 AM.

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    and it looks very nice!

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    I've not put the baffle back in either. I feel like Goldilocks, without the baffle it's just right :-) for me.

    Thanks,
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    Looks great!

    Quote Originally Posted by oldcorollas View Post
    with baffle, i found it MUCH quieter than stock.
    no low down bass, no crackle and pop on low speed constant throttle, no drone, no... character...at all
    but baffle definitely works (too well)

    the baffle is also pretty small diameter, so the exit area is smaller than stock too. I think playing with both diameter and internal length of the baffle will certainly change the sound.

    however, without baffle is not loud...
    well... low revs and throttle, it is much deeper and a bit louder. but also lost the low revs drone (resonance) of the stocker
    up high, not really that much louder? must be louder?

    very happy that it lost the highway speed drone, that's a massive plus for me.
    not sure if i will even bother testing baffles??





    I think Honda did a good job of making the bike quiet enough, but have character, and "look" like it is quiet (even if not actually)

    and.. without baffle (1.15kg!!) is 3.1kg less than stock
    2018 Yamaha MT10
    2017 Yamaha FJR 1300 ES
    2003 Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird

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    made a custom baffle today.
    sounds great!

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