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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-23-2010, 03:29 AM Thread Starter
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MGP vs Two Brothers

Hey guys, Im deciding on which can i should buy. An MGP Growler slip-on, or a two bros.

what do you guys think?

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http://www.hotbodiesracing.com/en/pr...-10_ninja_250r

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http://www.twobros.com/cgi-bin/shopp...50R-SO-08.html

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I like how the hotbodies looks, but I can't get the dyno chart to come up. If it is more than 1.9HP improvement, I pick hotbodies.
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Ive also heard that the hotbodies is just too loud,and doesnt come with a baffler. Im not positive though.

will check on the dyno

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looks to be about a 2 to 4 hp increase.

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Neither pipe adds any amunt of hp worth writting home about. Both are too loud. The MGP is a sexy pipe though.
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two brothers does come with a baffler (sort of)

any others you might recommend?

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see i had the same problem, i couldnt pick the right exhaust but....there is a saying...go full or go home so i got a full sportisi exhaust (vr6) that not only sounds good, it also looks great and costs the same or less as a slip on that gives you basically just the sound.
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Neither pipe adds any amunt of hp worth writting home about. Both are too loud. The MGP is a sexy pipe though.
+1 The MGP is LOUD and SEXY. It really makes me smile when I rev it and the carbon fiber can looks great with a black 250R.
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i have the two brothers full and i love it. it can be a lil loud but hey loud pipes save lives plus the baffle will quite it down quite a bit. ive noticed a significant differance in power between 4 and 9 thousand rpm plus they have tons of options from carbon fiber to custom color tailends and fittings dont know too much about the other pipe............nothing like roaring through a tunnel or under a bridge crankin the gas!!
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anybody heard of leo vince's exhaust?

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