Aftermarket exhaust for CBR150i

Discussion in 'Central Thailand Road Trip Reports' started by captain_bob, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. captain_bob

    captain_bob Active Member

    Hi people, I'm desperately seeking an aftermarket exhaust for my CBR150i, preferably something in carbon/kevlar like this
    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 seems to be available only in the Philippines or Indonesia.

    Any leads of something available in Thailand much appreciated!
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  3. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    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:

    5500 Baht for Carbon full system. Cheaper options available too!
  4. CBR250

    CBR250 Ol'Timer

  5. lordofthedreadz

    lordofthedreadz Ol'Timer

    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....
  6. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    Wait a sec, a second hand ER6n for 60K baht?! Really?!
  7. CBR250

    CBR250 Ol'Timer

    If you add the price of the N250 that you'd sell as part of the deal, yes.
  8. lordofthedreadz

    lordofthedreadz Ol'Timer

    I'd like to buy a Ninja 250 for 30k bath, I'd evn consider putting a 30k bath exhaust 555
  9. captain_bob

    captain_bob Active Member

    Thanks for the advice good people. DBS carbon can is now in place and got a rack from faddybike too =)

  10. CBR250

    CBR250 Ol'Timer

    Nice one.

    How much?

    Any noticable difference in performance?

    How LOUD?


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