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2011 GSX-R Exhaust which one?!

Hey guys,

Looking into an exhaust upgrade from the stock on the 2011. I've boiled it down to 3 choices. The TaylorMade under exhaust, an Akra, or a Termi. For those of you that have tried one or all of these exhausts, what do you think is the best decision?
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Akrapovic hands down.
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So will I get better top end from the Akra than the Termi?

Also I'm looking at Bellissimoto website (gsxr-1000 akrapovic | Bellissimoto). Does this pricing look right? They told me they'd hook me up.
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Are you talking about a full exhaust or a slip-on/
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Anything but Taylormade
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Or M4. Or Two Bros.
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Yoshi R-77 with cat delete pipe and only a single system. Even with the DP killer installed it sound very good.
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Are you talking about a full exhaust or a slip-on/

Would the extra bucks for the full system be worth it?
Im deciding between these two.

Akrapovic Evolution Exhaust System Suzuki GSXR-1000 2012-2016 | Bellissimoto


Akrapovic Slip-On Exhaust Suzuki GSXR 1000 2012-2016 | Bellissimoto
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Slip-on is mainly for noise, full exhaust is what is going to gain you the most power.

Full exhaust with stainless steel:
Akrapovic Racing Exhaust System Suzuki GSXR 1000 2012-2016 - RevZilla

Same one as that site, made from Titanium:
Akrapovic Evolution Exhaust System Suzuki GSXR 1000 2012-2016 - RevZilla
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I deleted the cat and had the m4 gp slip on baffle removed and now I have the yoshi r77 on. Sorry for the short video but this is what I have.
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I'm willing to bet that both of them will make power.
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Full system is the way to go,10-12rwhp+ in addition to weight savings from eliminating the cat. Slip-on may net 2-3rwhp.

You can save yourself a significant amount of money going with stainless vs titanium;there is only a 2lb weight difference otherwise the two pipes are identical.
Also,purchase from Motomummy,the full exhaust in the link you posted is $470 cheaper then what Bellissimoto is charging:
https://www.motomummy.com/full-exhau...-full-exhaust/
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And stainless:
https://www.motomummy.com/full-exhau...-full-exhaust/
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