Full exhaust

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  1. BalticVFR

    BalticVFR New Member

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    Hello

    Do any manufacturer produce full exhaust system for 8th gen?
    Cant find any...

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    Dunno never looked.
     
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    Based on the popularity of the VFR here in the US, I'm not sure you'll find many US manufacturers making any, if at all. My guess is that if there are any to be found, it would be in regions where the VFR is more popular. Not sure how to find that answer though.
     
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    Then ill be waiting for someone to start producing it. VFR seems popular in Japan. Maybe someone there will start welding some tubes together for this underappreciated bike in EU and US soon.
     
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    I've called Delkevic about 6 months ago and asked if they had full exhaust for the 8th gen. They said it was in the works and should be available right around this posting. May I offer my opinion regarding upgrades to the power plant, it isn't worth the money even if you can squeeze 10hp. The vfr is 530lbs and only produces 100hp an extra 10 or 15 hp is negligible. I'd put my money into upgrading the tires and if you can afford it Nitron or other high end suspension. I've abandoned the idea of boosting power on the vfr and went with a Ducati monster for "thrills". That said I'll be keeping my beloved vfr with suspension and tire upgrades long after the Ducati is sold! Cheers


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    I'm sending my bike for full suspension service (fork oil, nitrogen, moving parts)
    on monday. I have full adjustable Showa and i think its more than good. Tyres, i use Angel gt and looking to try Metzeler Roadtec 01. I bought this bike second hand, first owner rode it in winter and tubes has deep corrosion on them... plus my neighbours had, nice and silent weekend mornings long enough, and that has to stop :)
     
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    Well, I don’t disagree with improving suspension, I do have to say nothing wrong with dropping a few pounds, sometimes the exhaust is a good way to do that. Even swapping out my 01 headers an 98-99 OEM set shaved a few pounds and it gave me larger primaries! I also removed other excess weight, like the center stand (mostly a track bike now) and took off passenger rear sets, replaced battery with a lithium battery, etc. But yeah, suspension first!
     
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    You can get the exhaust up to decent shine with Bluing Remover from Autosol

    It's dilute phosphoric acid and will only react with the corrosion so no damage to the pipe

    It only needs wiping on and off, you'll be amazed

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    Thank you, I will order one and try it out
     
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    Haha no more silent weekends for those pesky neighbors! I've been thinking of a Coffman shorty exhaust for my vfr. Looks clean and sharp and guaranteed to piss the neighbors right off too!


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    Please, please, PLEASE don't make a full exhaust for the 8th gen. I've already upgraded to an Arrow slip-on and if someone makes a full kit, I'll be forced to sell off the arrow, buy the full header/pipe and upgrade intake, etc... and then Power Commander. I don't think my marriage can handle that... ;)
     
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    Check out the SC Projects exhaust, best looking exhaust for the VFR going, followed by the Arrow ProCarbon Tip. Once you pull out the DB killer plenty of awesome sound.
     
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    I like their product line and all the options they offer too. I'll upload pics and vids if I replace the oem can. Thanks Pete power


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