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Mivv Ghibli vs. Ixil LX3 Hyperlow?

Just found out last night when putting on my lowering link that the reason my Yoshi pipe is so loud isn't because it's a Yoshimura, but because there's about a 2x5" hole on the back side of the muffler.

I had been pretty set on the Ixil, but just came across the Mivv. They're about the same cost, and both look and sound good in slightly different ways.

Anyone have experience with either of these exhausts or companies that would recommend one over the other?

Edit - also looking at a Delkevic 14" due to being good enough on looks/sound and really good on price.

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HOW did you get that BIG a hole in it - rear tire contact???

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HOW did you get that BIG a hole in it - rear tire contact???
I have absolutely no idea. It doesn't contact the rear tire, and it happened before I got the bike - because the sound's been the same since I picked it up. Closest thing I could guess is that a rock got picked up off the front wheel and somehow, magically, chucked straight into it.
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