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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-04-2016, 09:20 PM
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I just haven't seen any reviews on any exhaust for the 2015+ every one seems happy with what they bought.. I wil be too when I spend over a grand for the big 3 ha. But still would like to see what people think is the best for performance. Forget the loudest lol
Monster and empire seem to show the best results as far as I have seen. Barker duals are okay, but a few hundred dollars more expensive for no more power. Dasa is a solid choice as well. The surprising one is how just plain awful the Curtis Sparks is on the new bike. I actually did more on mine with just removing the spark arrestor than with the full sparks!!

I really haven't seen any numbers for big gun, fmf, or yoshimura. I would suspect that they aren't as good as monster or empire.
Check out the 2015+ Yamaha raptor 700 Facebook page. Use the search function, there is a lot of data.
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Fci, PC5F/I, monster exhaust, +2 Cuervo head, HDD5150, 54mm throttle body, 105.5 14:1, +8 swingarm.
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post #22 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-11-2016, 05:33 PM
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I have a 08 Raptor, looking for an exhaust, less than $800? Best slip on?
Can i get duals for this price?
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Can't go wrong with monsters. I had monster duals on my 13 and loved them.
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post #24 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-19-2016, 12:40 PM
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trinty exhaust

Does anybody know how good trinity is for the new 700's. I had trinity duals on my 06 and absolutely loved them. I am curious to know how the single pipe is for the 2015+. thanks.
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I'm looking for a slip on for my 2015 model. Most are advertised for the 2006-2012 but a few do say they fit 2006 -2018 models. Although the factory mufflers are different and have different part numbers, can any one confirm if the after market mufflers will fit all models?.
I've used the search function but no luck. Emailed Leo Vince and they only say they've tested on the 2006 to 2012 models..
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Slip ons are a waste of money. They only make noise, you'd be better off pulling the baffle out of your stocker.

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I'm looking for a slip on for my 2015 model. Most are advertised for the 2006-2012 but a few do say they fit 2006 -2018 models. Although the factory mufflers are different and have different part numbers, can any one confirm if the after market mufflers will fit all models?.
I've used the search function but no luck. Emailed Leo Vince and they only say they've tested on the 2006 to 2012 models..
I agree with Cammy for being a waste. Save your money and buy a full exhaust, air filter, and fuel controller at the same time. Most places will discount them as a kit.
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I just fitted a monster exhaust tip to the standard muffler on my 2017 700R.
Very happy with the look and finish and it sounds great.

I can notice a definite improvement in engine acceleration at low to mid range.

I would have liked to fit a full system or even a slip on can but couldn't really justify the extra expense. Considering the type of riding I do in this country I really don't need more power.

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