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This is a discussion on Which exhaust to buy? Msx125 sf within the Honda MSX125 UK forums, part of the Honda MSX125 Forums category; Hi all, im looking to buy a new exhaust system for my msx125 sf. Ive been looking around and there doesnt seem to be to ...
Hi all, im looking to buy a new exhaust system for my msx125 sf. Ive been looking around and there doesnt seem to be to many to choose from yet! Ive looked at the yoshi, tyga an arrow but wanted to know what others have an what they think of them? Any advise would be great.
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I'm having the same dilemma. Would love a Yoshi but quite expensive so I'm thinking Zoom Loop.
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The zoom loop is fine for a cheap exhaust. I haven't heard anyone say it's fallen apart on them. The Yoshi is great quality, but it comes with a price. Another option that I like to throw out a lot is the Hindle. It's a great exhaust and you can usually find one with a price tag a little higher than the zoom loop if you look around. For example:
This is all coming from a guy who has a $50 header from ebay and a $50 slip on and both still work great. If I were to get another exhaust, I'd go Hindle.
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I've always been interested in exhaust design so I run three on my Grom and switch them out when I want a change. The one that performs best all around is TOCE. It's also the most expensive at $570 for the black one. Weight 5 pounds.
Then there's the tiny IXIL. At $360, it has the best sound and minimalist design. You can hardly tell it's there. Weight 4 pounds.
Then there's the stock exhaust mod which costs nothing. Running the cat alone without the muffler isn't loud at all, just deeper. Weight 6 pounds.
Most Grom exhausts are the bulky beer can style. It's just personal taste but I don't care for their looks, and like the small tucked in exhausts where nothing sticks out anywhere.
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