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Seeing how there are both single and dual aftermarket exhaust options for the grom/msx125, what setup will you guys be going for and why?
 

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dual exhaust since with a single exhaust the grom looks so empty and depending on the single exhaust you get there can be a lot of space between the top of the rear wheel and bottom of the end of the seat, rather have more going on and get the dual.

prostuff msx125 dual exhaust seems like a good one to me


 

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I would just keep it clean and simple and just go with the single. I will be trying to keep the Grom as clean as possible. In addition to that a fender eliminator would be nice.
 

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A dual would be nice... on one side though. Two canisters on one side. the dual look is just something else. Maybe the Grom is a bit small to have that look in my opinion.
I think I know what you mean with the dual exhaust on one side. I would prefer that look too definitely a unique one. I am guessing it wouldn't be beneficial for performance but maybe change the sound. It's originally on the Ducati street fighters.

 

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I think I know what you mean with the dual exhaust on one side. I would prefer that look too definitely a unique one. I am guessing it wouldn't be beneficial for performance but maybe change the sound. It's originally on the Ducati street fighters.

Yeah thats what I meant. The Honda Grom would have a meaner look to it. I think some of the MSX125 guys already did this over in Thailand.
 

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I think some of the MSX125 guys already did this over in Thailand
What haven't they done over in Thailand to the MSX 125. they had the bike for quite sometime now we are the only ones who are waiting for the Grom to make it's appearance.
 

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I think I know what you mean with the dual exhaust on one side. I would prefer that look too definitely a unique one. I am guessing it wouldn't be beneficial for performance but maybe change the sound. It's originally on the Ducati street fighters.

dual exhaust on both sides look cool but it just leaves the other side empty but that's just me, i like to keep things the same on both sides.

RPG dual exhaust looks awesome to me.
 

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single but it can be anything like this, looks so weird seeing all these small pipes and a massive one out of nowhere, mounted closer to the seat this aftermarket single exhaust could look better.......

 

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I like the way that single exhaust is mounted but the hate the piping. It looks so weird with a small pipe then a resonator and then a slightly bigger diameter pipe. If it were me I would just have one straight pipe the same size.
 

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I am a fan of single. The dual will add extra weight and it looks kind of crazy on such a small displacement bike.
 

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I am a fan of single. The dual will add extra weight and it looks kind of crazy on such a small displacement bike.
Good point about weight, last thing we want to do is weigh this bike down even more. I guess a good way to start is knowing how much these will weigh and going from their. Who knows they might not make as much of a difference as we may think
 

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I'd like to have under-slug exhaust ala Buell. Is one available?
 

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I'm talking about something like this:

 

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Duals sound like they just cost more and add weight
 

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I'm talking about something like this:

I'd just get a shop to make one. You would be the only one to have one plus the piping is so simple it is not going to be that expensive.
 
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