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Featured 765 Oe Vs Yoshimura Alpha T - Ride By Noise Comparison

Discussion in 'Street Triple' started by Hippo-Drones, Jul 8, 2018.

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  1. Hippo-Drones

    Hippo-Drones Well-Known Member

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    Having had to have a play with my exhaust setup recently for the trackday I went on at Brands Hatch, I also put a little vid together showing how the Yoshi compares to the standard silencer.



    Which cans have you folk fitted?
     
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  2. Greg Fyans

    Greg Fyans Well-Known Member

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    I've got the Yoshi Alpha-T with the baffle. Have to say, I like it, although I was considering taking the baffle out just to see what difference it makes. When I was installing it I didn't think it made that much of a difference, but that was at a standstill giving it a few revs in the garage.
     
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  3. Hippo-Drones

    Hippo-Drones Well-Known Member

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    on the motorway it can get a little draining sitting at 70mph for long periods of time with it out. I'd say leave it in tbh, I only have mine out as it can be picked up better by my in helmet mic when making on bike videos! :)
     
  4. zim916

    zim916 New Member

    Apr 14, 2018
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    Hi hippo,
    ive had the SC project SC1R from new ( currently 1900 kms; bike's 2 months old, "rs version") bits are nice. ( i feel its better quality than arrow, just my opinion based on previous end cans ) dont shoot me please ......
    sound was better than stock.

    must admit the yosh has a deaper tone to it, actually prefer the sound by a couple ball hairs to mine ;) .
    But prefer the looks of the SC1R . whatever rocks your boat .

    Anyways, thanks a mil for the vid, just confirmed my thoughts ....

    Yosh always has a way of sounding sublime ......... :(

    bonne route !!
    ride safe
    Rob.
     
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  5. Hippo-Drones

    Hippo-Drones Well-Known Member

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    Cheers Rob, the SC does look good, I've not heard one in the flesh though. I do think the Arrow looks nice, but it is still going to be quite heavy as it still has a cat I think.
     
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  6. RYAN Fitzgerald

    RYAN Fitzgerald New Member

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    No fueling issues with the Yoshi on your bike?
     
  7. Hippo-Drones

    Hippo-Drones Well-Known Member

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    no mate, the dealership fitted it to the bike for me from new and the bike has been lovely on it.
     
  8. Vulpes

    Vulpes Noble Member

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    On my 2005 speed triple I've got TORS fitted. Wonderful deep growl in low revs, and a bone-chilling scream coming in as of 5k revs.
     
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  9. Hippo-Drones

    Hippo-Drones Well-Known Member

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    I had a 2004 Speed Triple, I fitted Wolf cans to that and it was quite throaty! :)
     
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