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Seen these Coffmans for the CBR 250, wondering if anyone knows anything about them? Similar shorty style to the M4...



any good?
 

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Doesn't look like it muffles very much. I bet it is pretty loud.


This video shows the Coffman's shorty exhaust on a 2002 CBR F4i. Not sure if that is similar enough for you to get an idea of what it would sound like on the CBR 300.
 

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Doesn't look like it muffles very much. I bet it is pretty loud.

Shorty Exhaust for '02 Honda CBR F4i - YouTube

This video shows the Coffman's shorty exhaust on a 2002 CBR F4i. Not sure if that is similar enough for you to get an idea of what it would sound like on the CBR 300.
That sounds amazing but if you live in the city or suburbs, your neighbors will hate you and cops will be waiting for you, unless you're slick of course :cool:
I rather keep my exhaust a bit more on the quiet side and play it safe.
 

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Yea, it really doesn't look like there is much to it. It just looks like a simple metal pipe. I'm sure there is more to it, but this thing has little to no noise muffling. Perfect for some, and a nightmare to many others.
 

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from Coffmans website

This tip can be rotated to suit your needs. The pipe also includes an easy snap ring (installed) with an additional black anodized sound suppressor and silencer that is re-packable.
HAHA and they can't be used in Cali, they violate emissions regs ;)
 

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O I didn't realize that this exhaust setup would be worse for the environment. Ultimately, I don't think that would deter me from getting one. Can the exhaust also affect fuel consumption? I'm guessing not.
 

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The only thing is that with the shorter pipes without any packing just sounds stupid. Like "hey look at me" stupid. and not to mention with straight pipes they really bring out the lawner mower tones if you know what I mean. rather have a a muffler muffler the sound a bit.
 

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O I didn't realize that this exhaust setup would be worse for the environment. Ultimately, I don't think that would deter me from getting one. Can the exhaust also affect fuel consumption? I'm guessing not.
worse emissions= higher fuel consumption.
 

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I have a Coffman's shorty slip on for my 300r. It had a deep tone to it. And when you downshift, it pops. Sounds so bad ass whenetting off the throttle. I live in Cali & have had the exhaust for about 3 weeks. I usually just shift into 5-6th on the streets when around coppers!!
 

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I have a Coffman's shorty slip on for my 300r. It had a deep tone to it. And when you downshift, it pops. Sounds so bad ass whenetting off the throttle. I live in Cali & have had the exhaust for about 3 weeks. I usually just shift into 5-6th on the streets when around coppers!!

do you have any sound clips o vids? I would love to hear it. thanks.
 
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Yes let's hear some clips! Also there is another thread where someone mentioned with this exhaust you may need to adjust your fuel settings or something. Is this true? Anyone have any experience with this? Thanks!
 
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