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Question Ixil dual or laser extreme dual?

Hi. Im considering buying a new exhaust for my bike to bbef up the sound a bit. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with ixil dual cans versus laser extreme dual cans? They cost about the same. And they both look awesome. Any input would be greately appreciated.


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Hi. Im considering buying a new exhaust for my bike to bbef up the sound a bit. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with ixil dual cans versus laser extreme dual cans? They cost about the same. And they both look awesome. Any input would be greately appreciated.

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They damned sure sound good!!!



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This is the laser extreme pots. http://youtu.be/QSorPCSs4NE
Extremely difficult choice.


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update: Just ordered The ixil dual pots, and a gear indicator. :P Cant wait till they get here.


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Sounds pretty damn good. I'd like to hear it on the road when on power
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Ill try and make a drive by recording when spring comes. No good gunning it on ice.


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I am interested to hear this as well. I liked the youtube video of the ixil.


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I have the Ixil Exhaust. It's pretty good, loud though. I've been thinking about repacking mine, it gets annoying on longer trips. However, when you're bombing around a city with the silencers out, there's nothing better, especially in tunnels and under bridges.

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Im thinking I will leave the silencers in atleast in the beginning. I hope its loud enough that you can actually hear the engine at 50-60 mph. Because right now i cant hear it when I go faster than 30-40mph.


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