Golden Egg - Yamaha seca II 600

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Wed May 03, 2017 1:18 pm

Those will probably be obnoxious. They are so short I can't see them actually muffling any sound. As an exercise, unbolt and remove your existing mufflers and then take the bike for a quick round-the-block. If you are okay with the way that sounds, these should be good. Otherwise, you might want to look for a different solution.

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Wed May 03, 2017 2:07 pm

radare wrote:
Wed May 03, 2017 1:18 pm
Those will probably be obnoxious. They are so short I can't see them actually muffling any sound. As an exercise, unbolt and remove your existing mufflers and then take the bike for a quick round-the-block. If you are okay with the way that sounds, these should be good. Otherwise, you might want to look for a different solution.
Radare, I have ridden my Seca without the exhaust and that sound is annoying, but I didn't think this exhaust would sound like that. I've seen many Youtube videos with this exhaust which made me believe I would get the same results. I guess what I am hearing on the video isn't going to be same in person.


I assumed that the exhaust would sound something similar to this :lolno:
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