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    Default Bad dog exhausts

    Hi all new to the forum. I am looking at aftermarket exhausts for my zx6 '98 wondering if anyone has used a bad dog before?


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    Default Re: Bad dog exhausts

    Nope, but Sporksbikeshop are selling them so they can't be total crap.

    In that budget price range I'd also look at Fuel, A16 and Hawk/Pipewex.

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    good place to buy? I originally wanted a yoshimura rs3 but so expensive. I will look into them instead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjalover View Post
    Not a good place to buy? I originally wanted a yoshimura rs3 but so expensive. I will look into them instead
    Sportsbikeshop are a big popular site, I'm sure they wouldn't sell them if they were cheap chinese shite.

    I've had a couple of Fuel cans and the quality is pretty good for the price, they're quite weighty tho' compared to the expensive Yoshi's and Akro's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KungFooBob View Post
    Sportsbikeshop are a big popular site, I'm sure they wouldn't sell them if they were cheap chinese shite.

    I've had a couple of Fuel cans and the quality is pretty good for the price, they're quite weighty tho' compared to the expensive Yoshi's and Akro's.

    I like heavy. Heavy is good.

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    If there is anything I can not stand is chinease heaps of junk, owned a sanya SY-11 for a short time worst bike ever touched, falling apart before even turned the key. Fuel seems good to put on the ninja, I am looking to downsize the length of my stock exhaust because its so hard to get it out of my garden angles. I would love a yoshi but even used the price is so high, Got a akrapovic on my GSXR great exhausts but not very easily obtainable for a 98 ninja these days.

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    Sportsbikeshop are excellent as a retailer, nothing but good experiences with them for me.

    MTC are another good budget exhaust make.

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    Default Re: Bad dog exhausts

    Nothing on Ebay coming up that is reasonable? Worth a look as you can get a nearly new for much less.

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    Looks like an oval bad dog is 190, a Quill is 199, I've had several - they're very well made, perform well and you can call in at the workshop and talk to the guys. Well, if your any where near Warrington that is.

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