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post #1 of 39 Old 08-18-2019, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Best exhaust system for the gsxs 1000

In people's opinions what would you say is the best system you can get . Yoshi , arrow, M4 or ? .
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I like my M4, it makes the beast sound like a beast

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Is that M4 a slip-on or full exhaust?

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I'm going to be boring and say "SUZUKI OEM" because that's the world we live in now. The catalyst cuts emissions, the exhaust valves modulate the 'pressure waves' to maximize power and torque based on gear and rpms, and the sound (on this bike) is actually pretty good without being obnoxious to the world around you.


But I know 'tricking' out the bike to make it yours is always fun - that being the case, I like a Carbon Fiber slip-on for the looks and the 'deeper bass-type' sound it usually produces. As for a full-on system - seeking more power - I'm curious to see if #Rapido1 chimes in here as he has tried a bunch of different exhausts.
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maybe this question will be answered better after seeing how after market holds up after 4, 5 years of wear ...wont hold up as good as oem ...dont see any reason changing the header pipe for that reason
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M4 headers with a custom built link pipe from 57 mm to suit a 60 mm id silencer, a remap of fueling, secondary butterflies and ignition makes 160 rear wheel horse power and 82ft-lbs torque and is linear smooth all the way through the rev range.
The M4 system is good but it can be improved on by increasing the length for better scavenging and optimising the pulse waves.
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Hey Robbieben,
I'm glad you posted that picture. It might just be me, but I think the bike looks better with that longer pipe on it. Gives the bike an overall appearance of being more 'visually' balanced. Nice.
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I'm loving my M4 with link pipe and Yoshi. The thing really screams at WOT.

With the 2WDW tune it has an incredible amount of low end torque, whereas Dano's tune seems to have better mid and upper range power.
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I finally got my full Yoshi set in with the R11 and it is a piece of art, it was painless to fit the system as well. The ECU is heading towards Dano's right now. Hoping it comes back before the weekend.

I would go M4 or Yoshi but with Yoshi you will most likely end up with a pretty long wait. I ordered my set about 3 months ago and got them last friday. They ended up back ordered after telling me that there was one set left.
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