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soundbeltfarm
29th December 2005, 18:54
got a mate with a sv 650 and he wants to put an after market muffler on .
his boy has a scorpion on and it will be the end of feb before he can get one so thought he would try somthing else.
what have people got on their sv and what did they pay for it and whats it sound like?
cheers SBF

Zapf
29th December 2005, 19:30
Get a M4 if you can.... they sound mint... just ask frosty, keystone and me! :) www.m4exhaust.com

svs
29th December 2005, 21:07
I've got a two-brothers full system, but I'd agree with Zapf - get an M4 if you can

Sensei
29th December 2005, 21:14
M4 makes the most HP of any pipe on the Market Bar None !!!

soundbeltfarm
29th December 2005, 21:16
how much was the M4?
and where did you get it from.

Gunner
29th December 2005, 22:06
I got a neptune can on mine, sounds and looks awesome, I think I paid $650-$700 fitted.

www.neptunemufflers.co.nz

Sensei
29th December 2005, 22:06
http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/M4_Standard-Mount_Slip-On_Exhaust_Suzuki_SV650--14-M4-206.html

From here click on Canister price to see what you want / Carbon $398 /Ti $372/ Aluminum $291

soundbeltfarm
29th December 2005, 22:16
http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/M4_Standard-Mount_Slip-On_Exhaust_Suzuki_SV650--14-M4-206.html

From here click on Canister price to see what you want / Carbon $398 /Ti $372/ Aluminum $291


shit you the man .
i'll pass this website onto him.
cheers

Les
30th December 2005, 12:26
Well this is a timely thread, as I'm just currently looking at my options for a can on my 2003 SV650. Has anybody got any experience with the Motorcycle Exhaust Specialist "Zorsts" brand? I've got a price off them and they're made here near CHCH so that would be convenient. I've emailed Neptune 'cos I've heard that their stuff is good. Are they NZ made as well? There's just so many options out there. I'd rather get a locally made can if poss just to support NZ.

soundbeltfarm
30th December 2005, 14:40
neptune are made in wellington.
mark the guy that makes them is a top bloke.
i had one on my gsxr and it sounded sweet.