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Delkevic 200mm/8" Stubby GP Exhaust

Old 03-08-2010, 12:29 AM
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Default Delkevic 200mm/8" Stubby GP Exhaust

So this is not a full review since i havent had time to ride with the exhaust but now i believe that i have enough info to write a fair review. If you dont know what i am talking about i am talking about this
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When it comes to quality I give it a 8.5/10. When i first got the exhaust in the mail, i was pretty impressed with the welds and the rivets that the exhaust had. It looks clean for the price. Fitment went 100% didn't have to move around anything. I didn't give it a complete 10 out of 10 because i want to see how it holds up under weathering and humidity. That's the real test to see if it begins to rust easily.

When i put the exhaust on, it looked freaking awesome when i put it on the bike. What more can i say, its a stubby and it doesn't get in the way like the longer pipes which is exactly what i wanted. 10 out of 10 all the way

This was really the test for me. I was a little worried because the outlet was so huge that it was gonna be loud but i must say, this exhaust is in a league of its own. The tone is pretty deep at idle and stays pretty deep through out the low to mid rpm range... To me is very tolerable and actually slightly louder than my old exhaust buy not by much. VERY COMPARABLE TO THE SV650 exhaust tone. I was a little worried since the web review has a 1000cc bike and im on a 600 but its very similar. I give it a 7 out of 10 right now. I want to give it higher but i havent gone on long distance riding yet to see if it will get annoying. when i do, maybe i will change my rating.

Quicker revs in the RPM range but have not taken it out to do a full performance test. TBC

For the price, i say its worth it. it sounds great and i am satisfied With it. I wish i can give a FULL review but i haven't gone out to do a full test as desired since my bike doesn't want to play nice right now so this definitely will be updated. but from what i have done with it so far 8 out of 10 with a TBC
Old 07-19-2012, 07:01 PM
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Default Delkevic Mini Installed

I installed the Delkevic Mini on my 2006 CBR600F4i. Damn this exhaust is frickin loud! It sounds awesome, deep and throaty. Fit and finish are excellent - no problems. If you want to be heard - the Delkevic Mini will get the job done. If you didn't previously wear ear plugs on you bike - you will after you install this silencer.
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Old 02-05-2014, 11:06 AM
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Hello, I want buy the Oval Carbon. Somebody got it mounted in his bike?

One more thing, somebody know if that exhaust have the top for the Central Stand?

Sorry for my english, im trying to improve it.

Old 10-15-2016, 05:36 AM
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Hi mate. Im searching around for a decent stubby can for my CBR600F ABS 2012. Is this the bike you've attached this can to?
I'm really looking for a deeper throatier rumble, rather than a loud raspy sound if you catch my drift! Any advice from anyone! Heard great things from delkevic!
Anyone else got any good cans? So to speak....
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