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[VIDEO] M4 GP Exhaust on a 6R

My dealer was kind enough to install my slip on exhaust, frame sliders and fender eliminator on my first service and my god has the bike transformed. The M4 GP Exhaust is plain eargasmic and far from quiet! I'm partially deaf so I guess it's perfect for me but I guess for long drives, ear plugs would help, and this is with the baffle still in it. Can't imagine what removing it would do.

[VIDEO] M4 GP Exhaust on a 6R-img_20170114_175458.jpg

Low rpm revs are pointless to record with a phone because they're too deep to pickup, enjoy this drive by. I mustve watched this video like 20 times already haha


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I have a full M4 on my 09 and it is loud! haha but they do sound great when you get on it.
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[VIDEO] M4 GP Exhaust on a 6R


I shot this the other day. The revs are kinda crappy, I'll try to get out tomorrow to get a better video for you. This is also the full system.
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To be fair the baffle that comes with it does next to nothing. With the stage 2 in mine it's not much louder than stock
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To be fair the baffle that comes with it does next to nothing. With the stage 2 in mine it's not much louder than stock


I agree.. I can definitely notice a deference in the sound. However, is still loud as hell.


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I shot this the other day. The revs are kinda crappy, I'll try to get out tomorrow to get a better video for you. This is also the full system.
That's a full exhaust with headers?? Need better video's please man!

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I agree.. I can definitely notice a deference in the sound. However, is still loud as hell.
Are you guys there's a noticable difference between the Stage 1 baffle and no baffle? Is it just volume or does the tone change?
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There is a noticeable difference but it's still loud as hell. Stage 2 baffle makes it as quiet as any bike.

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My dealer was kind enough to install my slip on exhaust, frame sliders and fender eliminator on my first service and my god has the bike transformed. The M4 GP Exhaust is plain eargasmic and far from quiet! I'm partially deaf so I guess it's perfect for me but I guess for long drives, ear plugs would help, and this is with the baffle still in it. Can't imagine what removing it would do.

Low rpm revs are pointless to record with a phone because they're too deep to pickup, enjoy this drive by. I mustve watched this video like 20 times already haha
It will sound even better once you remove the baffle!

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My dealer was kind enough to install my slip on exhaust, frame sliders and fender eliminator on my first service and my god has the bike transformed. The M4 GP Exhaust is plain eargasmic and far from quiet! I'm partially deaf so I guess it's perfect for me but I guess for long drives, ear plugs would help, and this is with the baffle still in it. Can't imagine what removing it would do.

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Low rpm revs are pointless to record with a phone because they're too deep to pickup, enjoy this drive by. I mustve watched this video like 20 times already haha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryQjvSkDvkQ
Have same pipe on my 06 zx636

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I have a full M4 GP system on my 13 and I can tell you it is LOUD.

I don't know that I have any video of it just running but check out my YIR 2015 video in my sig to hear what it sounds like on the bike.
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Have same pipe on my 06 zx636

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I had almost every mod done but still hated that it looked like every other bike on the street. So I did what any sane person would done.. Just started cutting and grinding everything I found useless.. Kinda turned out like a sportbike/bobber.. Lol

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I had almost every mod done but still hated that it looked like every other bike on the street. So I did what any sane person would done.. Just started cutting and grinding everything I found useless.. Kinda turned out like a sportbike/bobber.. Lol

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I dropped about 30 lbs from the bike. Since the service manual says it's 348 lbs, stock.. I'm probably at 318-320 lbs


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It will sound even better once you remove the baffle!
Define better? Does it change the tone or is it just more amplified?
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The tone will sound deeper and a bit louder. No baffles on mine and I can barely feel it in my chest at idle.. It's a slip on so, I still have the catalytic converter on and it still is the best sounding pipe.. Everyone thinks I ride a liter bike till they get closer.. Lol

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