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    Quote Originally Posted by GlossyHorse View Post
    Hello, Im modding my 2013 FZR and im thinking about putting the thru hull exhaust but im worried its too loud, i know people have talked about this on the forum but im still not convinced. I go through a lot of no wake zones with a grou pof people that are stock so i want noise to the minimum
    Yes it's way too loud, go with the Riva free flow exhaust that goes through the bottom of the ski. It sounds good with a low tone and will not make you deaf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parrothead74 View Post
    Yes it's way too loud, go with the Riva free flow exhaust that goes through the bottom of the ski. It sounds good with a low tone and will not make you dead.
    Free flow and thru hull are just about as loud, difference is the tone. The free flow has a muffled sound to it where as the thru hull is nice and crisp. If you spend time riding thru no wake zones where you would be just above idle. The drone from the free flow(just like the Flowmaster drone) will drive you and everyone your riding with nuts.

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    if your worried it will be to loud, its not the mod for you.

    its for gear heads that want to hear the motor, and or play with the sound. I change exhaust on every car and truck, and ski... if my slow searay was easy to make sound like my 35 baja I would do it haha


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    With the exhaust making a little noise you can have an idea if the engine is running okay or if it maybe missing on a cylinder. You kinda get a tuned ear for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mittens View Post
    if your worried it will be to loud, its not the mod for you.

    its for gear heads that want to hear the motor, and or play with the sound. I change exhaust on every car and truck, and ski... if my slow searay was easy to make sound like my 35 baja I would do it haha
    I loved the 4inch dry pipes on my Fountain, my Tige exhaust super quite but 2000watt audio makes up for that.

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    As I said if your worried about noise both will prolly be too loud for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    Free flow and thru hull are just about as loud, difference is the tone. The free flow has a muffled sound to it where as the thru hull is nice and crisp. If you spend time riding thru no wake zones where you would be just above idle. The drone from the free flow(just like the Flowmaster drone) will drive you and everyone your riding with nuts.
    Not even close, the through the Hull exhaust is much louder and has more of a harley davidson sound to it. Yes I agree the low muffle tone of the bottom free flow is a low loud sound, but the through the hull is a much louder sound. You have to wear ear plugs with the through the hull exhaust. LOL!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderx72 View Post
    As I said if your worried about noise both will prolly be too loud for you
    I agree!! Very true

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    My suggestion is try my mod first it only cost the $1.89 for the plastic pipe plug. Then if you want more noise you can cut a large hole in your hull and do the rear exhaust. It is hard to patch that 4 inch hole if you don't like all the noise. Tommy Jordan


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    Quote Originally Posted by Parrothead74 View Post
    Not even close, the through the Hull exhaust is much louder and has more of a harley davidson sound to it. Yes I agree the low muffle tone of the bottom free flow is a low loud sound, but the through the hull is a much louder sound. You have to wear ear plugs with the through the hull exhaust. LOL!!
    I've had both and people I ride with some have ff some have thru hull. Its just as loud, perhaps because its not as crisp sounding it doesn't seem as loud but it is.

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