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Retom7
12-27-2006, 08:37 PM
I found a decently priced exhaust brand. They are UK based, but have a distributor in the states. They make a C/F pipe for my bike for around $300, which is the cheapest option for my bike I can find (Yoshi and Scorpion only make stainless). Anyway, I was reading a bit about them and they got some really great reviews with the Triumph owners, but I dont know how an jap I-4 would fit into those reviews.

So, does anyone know of this brand? Heard it? Know where I can find a good resource for sound clips? I searched on Google and couldn't find much.

Comes with a lifetime guarantee for rust/corrosion/and burning, which is also nice.

PitsVtec
12-27-2006, 10:00 PM
NO!

Marker54
12-27-2006, 10:09 PM
NO!

BTW Retom, meet Pits...

Never heard of them bro, But I always love the Lifetime Warrenty option. That is, if their still in business.

CBRBob
12-27-2006, 10:20 PM
I heard of them but thats about it. As far as $300, it's a slip-on. Just 1-2hp and more noise. They are all pretty much the same.

Cakes206
12-27-2006, 10:27 PM
http://sportbikeaddicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=534

Can find the Wolf site there...maybe send them an email asking for a sound clip. Looks like good stuff btw...I'm not a fan of cf cans but these look different, smaller tighter woven carbon, not to shaby.

http://www.wolfracing.co.uk/large_images/Cbr600.jpg

Retom7
12-27-2006, 10:34 PM
Well, there's probably a good reason nobody has really heard of it, with it being a UK company and all.

I realize most slip-ons will generate the same power increase (which I don't care about all that much). I've heard some that I just don't like the sound of and others I like. I need something to let people know I'm next to them. Too many NY assholes trying to sneak into my lane.... like on the newburgh beacon bridge with me staring over the railing at 65 mph looking at the water 100ft below while some van comes into my lane.... yeah.

I just want to try to stay away from shiny stainless, but whatever, we'll see. Thanks for the idea about mailing the company.

CBRBob
12-28-2006, 07:43 AM
I like the fact that you won't burn yourself if you touch a c/f can.

Rev
12-28-2006, 09:55 AM
Just get a full system. It sounds nicer and gives you that extra horsies NY sucks to ride. So does Jersey. So does FL. So does everywhere. Except the desert.

AfricanBootyScratcher
12-28-2006, 11:27 PM
I've heard of them. They fall into the catagory of just about every other middle of the road average exhaust

FigNewTon
12-28-2006, 11:55 PM
I've heard of them. They fall into the catagory of just about every other middle of the road average exhaust
+1 They are also one of the louder exhausts out there.

Retom7
12-29-2006, 12:34 AM
+1 They are also one of the louder exhausts out there.

went over to RPM today and Chris played some sound clips of the M4, Scorpion, and Wolf... no idea what bike they used, but the Wolf was definately a lot louder than the other two. I might end up picking it up because I havn't really heard anything negative about it, comes with the warrantee, and the price is definately doable for me.

Full exhaust isn't in the works because I have enough power where it's at. This is mostly just to have something to tell people I'm next to them. Otherwise the only thing you hear with my stock pipe is my motor.

AfricanBootyScratcher
12-29-2006, 01:27 AM
wait and save, then spend the money and get an akropovich, VERY well made.
I have the full system on my suzuki

as for my honda, stock rocks! (having a stock exhaust makes me original!)

CBRBob
12-29-2006, 06:25 AM
Dude, there wasn't even a mold to break!

Cakes206
12-29-2006, 09:19 AM
wait and save, then spend the money and get an akropovich, VERY well made.
I concur, but for what hes lookin to get out of it a slip should be fine.

FigNewTon
12-29-2006, 10:15 AM
I concur, but for what hes lookin to get out of it a slip should be fine.
I agree....the only reason I am running the Sato full system on my 600 is because I got it practically brand new for the price of a good slip on. That being said, I would still opt for something I am familiar with, is easily available and has a proven track record.

sonny
12-29-2006, 10:41 AM
Well, there's probably a good reason nobody has really heard of it, with it being a UK company and all.

I realize most slip-ons will generate the same power increase (which I don't care about all that much). I've heard some that I just don't like the sound of and others I like. I need something to let people know I'm next to them. Too many NY assholes trying to sneak into my lane.... like on the newburgh beacon bridge with me staring over the railing at 65 mph looking at the water 100ft below while some van comes into my lane.... yeah.

I just want to try to stay away from shiny stainless, but whatever, we'll see. Thanks for the idea about mailing the company.


Maybe you should ride a little more aggressive and not let cars ride next to you. I rarely have problems with morons coming over on me.. but usually I ride in their mirror or infront. :ride:

RonJ83
12-29-2006, 10:49 AM
they were pretty popular last year, with the undertail & short stubby for the 03-05 r6. after they stopped producing the both they seem to have fallen off the map. i havent heard from wolf for awhile on the r6 forum.

Retom7
12-29-2006, 06:35 PM
Maybe you should ride a little more aggressive and not let cars ride next to you. I rarely have problems with morons coming over on me.. but usually I ride in their mirror or infront. :ride:

this wouldn't be an issue if I didnt have so many speeding tickets from the car ... :ohmygod: I rarely let people go by (due to speeding), but when they do, they deserve every bit of it :)

rpm cycle works
12-30-2006, 11:52 AM
I agree with WSpirtual, I think that from a standpoint of system makers stay with a company that has race development with that bike brand. The R&D is more true. Sato And Dan Kyle are in bed with Honda as well as Erion.