Suzuki DL650 Exhaust Muffler Modification
Suzuki DL 650/1000 Exhaust Muffler
Modification for - NO money - nada expense - nyet rubles!
I have modified my 2005 DL650 Suzuki Dual Purpose bike's Exhaust pipe muffler. You can too! My video
shows you how to do this to transform your very quiet stock muffled bike
into a bike with a lot more decibels resonating out of the posterior of its
Exhaust and you will love it!
Suzuki V-Strom Two Brothers vs stock exhaust sound
Finally I've got Two Brothers Racing M5 Exhaust installed on my DL 1000 V-Strom. First
of all, I'm sure there's no need to convince any of you that big V-Twins
sound good. V-Strom's engine has its characteristic noise, I tell people
that it's turbo :)
I was sure that I wanted it to be louder and have more aggressive growl.
The thing was to choose the best Exhaust. I was considering Leo Vince, Akrapovic,
Remus and Two Brothers. Akrapovic seems to be the quietest one. I've heard
many of them on BMW and wasn't very impressed. Not a big improvement over
the stock. The same with Remus. So I ended up with a decision whether to
choose cheaper and much more popular Leo Vince SBK or Two Brothers. Made a
research, found bikes with both of them, heard how they sound and fell in
love with Two Brothers' sound and design.
Here you have the video of the stock Exhaust and then the Two Brothers Racing M5. M5
means that the cans are the bigger ones (you can also get M2 - smaller, but
they don't look good on such big bike).
What to say more... The sound is... well, I didn't expect something like
this (even though I heard Two Bros before). When I first started the engine
a huge grin appeared on my face and it stays there since that time.
The sound is much deeper than Leo Vince (and I mean MUCH deeper), it's also
louder. I got a set of P1 Tower Tips. The Exhaust sound stays on the level of Leo Vince
without the db-killer when the inserts are installed. Perfect for long
Unfortunately, I'm afraid that any non-professional camera won't give you a
good quality sound of something as loud as motorcycle Exhaust. All you can do is believe that the
sound is deep as hell, because it really is.
2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage
How fast could you go? Do the power-to-weight math: 155 at the rear wheel
at 452 pounds...
Competition is fierce in the crowded realm of the literbike. So despite an
incredible record of consecutive AMA Superbike wins, Suzuki decided to go
back to the drawing board for a completely new soup-to-nuts redesign of the
GSX-R1000 for 2009. Suzuki Motorcycle's Garrett Kai jokes that the only
elements carried over from last year's model are the fuel tank cap and the
oil filter. The differences may seem subtle to the untrained eye, but to a
superbike aficionado, Suzuki has gone the distance to improve upon previous
The overall appearance of the Gixxer Thou is more aggressive and more
refined, and more compact than its forebear. Weight has been cut back six
pounds to a total net of 452 pounds. The redesigned 999cc inline
four-cylinder engine is over two inches shorter, which in turn shortens the
wheelbase for greater maneuverability, and allows for a longer swingarm,
yielding improved corner traction. Technology from racing's cutting edge
has informed most aspects of the bike's new design, including a new
cable-actuated clutch system, and big piston forks. Indeed, with 155 hp at
the rear wheel, you might want to have some racing experience before
attempting to tap this bike's potential. That's right, for a mere $12,899,
you too can enjoy grand prix performance in a two-wheeled street machine.
An avid Suzuki collector, Jay already has a 1975 RE5 and a 1966 X6 Hustler
among others in his collection, and was beyond thrilled when Suzuki
presented him with the first production GSX-R1000 as a thank you for his
support of the motorcycle industry. Jay will have to break his Gixxer in
easy for the first 500 miles, keeping it below 4000 rpm - where most cars
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2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage
MXTV Exclusive - BMW G650 GS Sertao Ride and Launch
Brendan was lucky enough to tag along to the recent BMW launch and ride for
their awesome new G650 GS Sertao, a great machine that is well worth the
ride! Along for the ride was World Superbike rider Marco Melandri.
2010 Kawasaki Versys v BMW F650GS v Suzuki V-Strom
Five miles was all it took for MCN's road testers to agree the new 2010
Kawasaki Versys is fun to ride. 100 miles later it was clear the new bike
should be just as popular as the 2009 Versys. But is the new Versys the
best middleweight do-everything bike available? Watch the video to see it
take on the BMW F650GS and Suzuki V-Strom.
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La première version de la V-Strom 1000 avait disparu du catalogue en 2008,
laissant Suzuki six ans sans trail GT de grosse cylindrée dans sa gamme,
alors que cette catégorie de motos connaît actuellement un bel essor.
Lacune aujourd'hui corrigée avec le grand retour de la V-Strom 1000 dans
une version modernisée...