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Old 06-06-2011, 07:10 PM
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Noticed that a few riders dont just have a a exhaust that is under the tail of the bike but the exhaust looks like it is actully IN the tail of the bike. Looks pretty cool, havent seen anyone on the street with that.

Anyone else notice this on motogp?
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Old 06-06-2011, 07:17 PM
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Most of the newer sports bikes have an integrated exhaust now. It makes the bike look a lot cleaner IMHO. A couple people have done it on the F4i.
 
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Links on the F4i w/ RR type exhaust?
 
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any pictures of that mod?
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I have seen several. Just do some searching. There are a couple really nice ones, but seen some really terrible jobs as well. Someone here did a 1000RR tail on an F4i with undertail exhaust I think?
 
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not sure if all you guys are on the same page as me, the exhaust is built into the rear tail fairing, its not simply just a rear exhaust, you dont see much if any of the exhaust but a hole on the motogp bikes
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I think he's talking about exhaust like this vvvvvvv either single or dual



It would be easiest to do this kind of exhaust on a F4i if you already have a 600rr swingarm. Someone was doing it on a silver bike and has a thread, but I don't remember who off hand though. It's definitely A LOT of work!

https://cbrforum.com/forum/f4i-main-...xhaust-120397/ <---Here is a link to that thread
 

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That is what I was talking about as well. I think you will have to do a full 600RR rear end with the swingarm and subframe if you want a decent looking setup. There are people who have done it with varying degrees of success.
 
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ya but I dont think any of the main manufactures are doing that stock. Wouldnt be surprised if one of them did in the near future though
 
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