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post #1 of 59 (permalink) Old 04-24-2013, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow vs Stock exhaust 2013 Street Triple R

Any one running Arrow exhaust on 2013 Street Triple R and could compare sound between stock vs Arrow. DB killer in or out.
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Not until next week!!!
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Nice StephenC. Let us know how you go next week


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hahahaha no comparison!!!! I have the arrow and removed the baffle.

Stock = quiet
Arrow DB = kinda quiet (but better)
Arrow no DB = perfect balance of intake/exhaust noise roughly twice as loud as stock but not overly loud and annoying
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I really want put the arrow on. Any gain in horsepower? Also will the dealers usually remove the baffles?
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2 days to go! How easy is it to remove the baffles? Is it a task you could do for a fun ride and put back the next day for commuting?


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Heard one at the dealership this week. The Arrow sounds great!
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I had my Arrow installed prior to delivery so cannot compare to stock. Its loud but not obnoxious. I would probably put the baffle in if I was touring or did not want to wake the neighbours on early mornings. Slight weight reduction and a couple of HP improvement although I doubt it would be noticeable, as its only a few %. The Arrow appearance doesn't detract from the lines of the bike like some other after market exhausts

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Any effect on mpg?
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Arrows have their own map so possibly. i will check

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