Originally Posted by motobike-search-engine.co.uk
I was browsing through YouTube for exhaust systems for a couple of days, and I chanced upon this (It looks like Akrapovic..!!) The exhaust is extremely beautiful and sleek. In the comments section, I found out that this exhaust is available locally. The video shows that the exhaust was mounted onto a CBR400. I wonder does it fit as well as this CBR400.
I am currently riding CB400 (V-TEC 3). Did anyone try this before?
CB400 Revo exhaust I think different from CB400 VTEC 3 exhaust right..? I was told that I cant use exhausts from CB400 Revo..!! I like carbon fibre exhausts
Yup, I do like carbon fiber as well, but indeed the colour will fade a bit after sometime of usage. I used to owned a cf sbk on my scooter, after a year of usage I realise the colour starts to fade a bit and became a little whiteish and shiny..
That's the only issue for me regards to cf exhaust.
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Spec versions are bolt-on exhaust while Revo is slip-on, hence tats the diff between the fitment.
Yamaha RXZ, Kawasaki ZX KR150, Yamaha Spark135, Honda CB400 REVO NC42, Suzuki DRZ400SMK8, Aprilia RS125, Suzuki GSXR600K9, Honda RS150R
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akra still illegal ah..
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still illegal. and price, just checked today still haven drop. sigh
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does anyone know where to get akra slip on for revo..? pls pm me if any