I tried a TI Racefit which I had on my BMW S1000RR and its too loud just like it was on the S1000RR. I ended up getting a Brock's slip on with a Noise Suppressor which you can get from Brock's.
Not only does the bike sound better, but its smoother down low with the insert in because it retains some back pressure. You might loose some top end, but at low speed it def a smoother response.
On the track at speed on the straights it sounds like a jet coming by. Its louder than the stock, but not to the point where your drawing unwanted attention to yourself if your hauling ass in city limits.
Brock's slip on is light and it looks great on the bike. If your not in need of a full system that's the way I would go if you find yourself looking for a decent looking slip on with the option of having a Noise Suppressor.
Well it seems that you might retain better driveability down low with the insert in but loose peak power.
As far as the SC is concerned Brian says that's probably an engine tuner question and not something he has alot of knowledge about so maybe Brock will answer that for us?
I spend a good amount of time riding the H2 in the city and its a stop and go experience till I'm out of city limits. I noticed that when I am in those situations without the noise suppressor the bike is ratty. Not bad, but still ratty by my standards compared having the NS installed.
Hopefully Brock will see this post and explain how this might effect the H2. I would also like to know if its just me or is there something going on with the NS installed and I'm not making things up in my head?
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