Aftermarket exhaust for CBR150i

captain_bob

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Jul 19, 2008
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Hi people, I'm desperately seeking an aftermarket exhaust for my CBR150i, preferably something in carbon/kevlar like this http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7013/6769314513_3a1a20a2f9_b.jpg
I've spoken with Pram2Bikes in Bangkok and they say demand is too low to place an order (or some such BS) and the DBS model http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6211/6276529319_29ff2f9e40_b.jpg seems to be available only in the Philippines or Indonesia.

Any leads of something available in Thailand much appreciated!
Cheers/Bob
 

lordofthedreadz

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Thai is not always synonym of bad quality, Tyga make the best exhausts for the 2 stroke NSR and its a Thai company.

You can find good copies of big branded exhausts that will get you good torque and power for 5 times cheaper.

When I saw the first sets of carbon exhausts for the Ninja 250 for 30k baths I laughed, spend 30K more and buy a second hand er6....
 

TonyBKK

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lordofthedreadz;275736 wrote:

When I saw the first sets of carbon exhausts for the Ninja 250 for 30k baths I laughed, spend 30K more and buy a second hand er6....

Wait a sec, a second hand ER6n for 60K baht?! Really?!
 

captain_bob

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Thanks for the advice good people. DBS carbon can is now in place and got a rack from faddybike too =)
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TonyBKK;275698 wrote: I see tons of the new model CBR150 here in Bangkok with generic looking aftermarket carbon cans.

DBS is a Thai company, and they make a number of full system and slip on exhausts for the CBR150i:

http://www.grim-dbs.com/tdbs1.php

http://www.grim-dbs.com/tdbs1.php

5500 Baht for Carbon full system. Cheaper options available too!