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2014 YZ450F EXHAUST SYSTEMS.

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What exhausts are you guys running? I had a DR.D FULL system on, It flattened off the bottom which I am not a fan of.

I removed the header as it was eating holes through my boots where they rubbed on the pipe without a shield.

The DR.D slip on only was red hot!!! Loved the power and performance over the full system.

Looking to switch to Yoshimura now, Has anyone tried the system?

I have read MXA pipe shoot out, which lead me to DR.D. But there opinion didn't relate to mine.

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What exhausts are you guys running? I had a DR.D FULL system on, It flattened off the bottom which I am not a fan of.

I removed the header as it was eating holes through my boots where they rubbed on the pipe without a shield.

The DR.D slip on only was red hot!!! Loved the power and performance over the full system.

Looking to switch to Yoshimura now, Has anyone tried the system?

I have read MXA pipe shoot out, which lead me to DR.D. But there opinion didn't relate to mine.

Stock!

I had the Yoshi slip on, but didn't end up getting along with it too well.

 

I believe Yamaha nailed it with this pipe and have heard the same about the 250 as well. Don't fix what isn't broken and leave the stocker on there.

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Stock!

I had the Yoshi slip on, but didn't end up getting along with it too well.

I believe Yamaha nailed it with this pipe and have heard the same about the 250 as well. Don't fix what isn't broken and leave the stocker on there.

What was your beef with the yoshi ? Thats what I was thinking about going. .

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Man that yoshi sounds like what I am looking for.

The Dr.d is what you described what you are looking for.

 

It's all about what you are looking for I suppose. The motor works amazing for me in stock form. The only thing this bike needs now is a lighter, more fit rider. :)

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Sweet, let me know your thoughts.

I bought that pipe too. Fits well, sounds great. It didn't added much power, but it sounds 10hp stronger! Haha

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I bought that pipe too. Fits well, sounds great. It didn't added much power, but it sounds 10hp stronger! Haha

 

But how does it look? Does it look sweet too? :)

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But how does it look? Does it look sweet too? :)

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Looks great. Although, I did pressure wash the inside decal edge up, so I just peeled it off.

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French mag Motoverte did a complete test on the yzf 250 pipes and the Akro can out the best.

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they look good, would like a review too.

I have one, full System akropovic Evo but it is on a 2008 yz450f

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I bought that pipe too. Fits well, sounds great. It didn't added much power, but it sounds 10hp stronger! Haha

Didnt it add some power on top? I want a little bit less power on bottom and more on top rev. Stock it is a ton of power in bottom and mid but plans out very much on higher revs.

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Didnt it add some power on top? I want a little bit less power on bottom and more on top rev. Stock it is a ton of power in bottom and mid but plans out very much on higher revs.

With just the slip-on, I haven't noticed it.

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