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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 12:58 PM
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I love my SC1-R! For me it’s the perfect compromise for a slightly louder and sportier sounding exhaust without being obnoxious!
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 03:38 PM
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I've had my bike for almost 2 1/2 years and left the exhaust stock. I did pick up an Arrow exhaust briefly a few months ago but sold it, preferred hearing the intake noise.

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The SC1-R with the baffle out is the perfect balance in my opinion. It makes all the right "snap crackle pop" noises without going overboard
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The SC1-R with the baffle out is the perfect balance in my opinion. It makes all the right "snap crackle pop" noises without going overboard
I could see that exhaust being quite enjoyable. The more I think about it, my biggest gripe about the Arrow is it almost isn't enough. I think a little louder would be better or keep it stock. My favorite exhaust I've ever had was a full Akrapovic carbon race system on my FZ-09.
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I am going against the grain here but, my riding is already anti-social enough that I don't want to make it any worse with a noisy can. Went out for a blatt yesterday, late afternoon into early evening. The standard setup is fine, thanks
Ditto. I like to ride, um, briskly and don't want to attract any more attention. And a cop I used to ride with pointedly said "if I can hear you coming at full blast, I'm going to pull you over." And he liked to ride very fast.

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The SC1-R with the baffle out is the perfect balance in my opinion. It makes all the right "snap crackle pop" noises without going overboard
Haven’t tried that yet, but plan to.....
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I prefer to ride 'Swift and Silent'. The power and performance of modern bikes is enough to keep me completely entertained, without the extra noise.
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Stock exhausts are so damn heavy though... changing it out is worth it for the weight savings alone. For that cop saying he'll pull you over based off the sound: he doesn't know what gear you're in
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