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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-26-2013, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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Jardine GP1 Full Exhaust

I have a 2009 250r with a Jardine GP1 full exhaust, I am looking to trade it for a full stock system or a stock header system with a slip on. there is nothing wrong with it just too loud for my liking. I am located in WA state so if you are near and interested let me know.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-27-2013, 11:22 PM
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I second that, just got pulled over today and fix it ticketed for the gp1 full, *sighhh*


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Yeah I am not looking forward to that ticket, that's why I,m trying to trade it up.
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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-28-2013, 10:56 AM
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don't understand Harleys are loud as shit along with 600 and 1000 s how loud could it be compared to them I want a loud exhaust

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There"s no law against db in tx :-)


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I would love to trade for it I got a full stock exhaust. but u have to remap it right and I don't got the money to throw on it and I font want to stop rideing until I can aford it

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Yea I put 100jets(dynojet) in as well as the k&n 0990 pod filter. Roaming around locally is fine, I got busted on the freeway, cruising at 9-10k rpm creates a nice lawnmower sound you can hear coming half a mile away, said the cop. I think it's a different type of loud than Harley's, especially since its 250cc it's got a higher pitch to it as well, it'll growl in the lower rpms but past 8k it's more like screaming or wailing.


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lol that's crazy how much did the rejet and pod filter cost

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The guy I bought the gp1 system threw in the stage 2 kit for free cuz he didn't want to mess with it, nice guy! I think they go around $70-$80? The max from the kit is only up one size from stock I think. And the pod filter was about $35 from autozone.


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This is perfect for me! I hope you still have it! PM sent!
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