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Hot Bodies Racing MGP Growler Slip-On Exhaust

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Hot Bodies Racing MGP Growler Slip-On Exhaust

Product Description

Desire that aggressive look of a Grandprix Growler Exhaust System? Needing a little more mean to your lean machine? If so, you've come to the right place! Hotbodies Racing has a great solution and a price that's kind to your wallet. Hotbodies Racing's new MGP Growler inspired motorcycle exhausts will scare the competition with its deep growl of power and performance while showing off Hotbodies' famous aerodynamic styling.

Available in carbon fiber, this compact MGP Growler motorcycle exhaust bolts on your ride with zero modifications, giving you the look of a polished Grandprix model. Complimented by Hotbodies' sleek Undertails or the Rear Tire Huggers, this MGP exhaust will give your bike a 'direct from the race track' look.

  • Carbon canister.
  • No modifications necessary.
  • Direct O.E.M. replacement.
  • No re-jetting necessary.
  • Made in Italy!
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Timmy Location: Junction City, KS, USA
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Great sounding slip on

The ordering was easy and pleasant. The installation was simple. This slip on has a nice throaty grumble and is not ridiculously loud. You will definitely be pleased.

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Location: Virginia, USA
CBR 250R versus a Ducati Diavel

I have had this exhaust for a week now, and I love it! I get a lot more respect from the bigger bikes having CBR 250R. This exhaust is so deep and strong! One of my buddies has a 12' Ducati Diavel with a shorty and I was in a exhaust competition with him. With stock i was topping out about 88MPH once i installed the growler top speed increased to 93 MPH easy. Although this will make your bike sound more like a tuner than a motorcycle. The install was very easy, took 10 minutes if your handy, but no directions was included just parts. came with 6 stickers total but i didn't use them yet. I have learned to keep it quite in my neighborhood because you can wake your neighbors if your rev it loud... at full throttle you can hear the bike from almost a few blocks away . this is only for bold people!

GROWLER!!!
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Location: Junction City, KS, USA
Great pipe

What a great pipe sounds good on GSXR 750

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Not bad, but may be left wanting

So first off, this thing sounds amazing. Put a big ol smile on my face first time i heard it. Youtube really does not do justice for it. The installation was pretty easy, but i did get stuck in a couple of spots. Like how the clamp that holds the exhaust to the bike connects. I figured that out by looking at a picture on here. There are no instructions, so i ended up taking a couple bolts off that maybe didnt need to come off,but overall, the fit was good. For the 07 cbr its a little more complicated because of how it comes up under the tail, but with a little intuition you can figure it out. You will need a 10mm ratchet and i would suggest an extender swivel socket to get into some of the tighter spaces. Also you need some hex/allen wrenches. I bought a standard set and it had everything i needed. Motosport is an awesome service. Delivery was quick, efficient and i received emails for every step of the process. Will be ordering from motosport again for sure

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Location: Boston, Ma
If you want loud...

This slip on adds the decibels to the bike. It is one of the loudest mufflers I have heard. It has a deep tone and the tone is a little choppy going through the rpm's.

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Location: FT. Bragg
MGP Growler

Just recieved exhaust after 3wks back order it finally arrived. It took about 10 minutes to install, thats with no insrtuctions. Very easy to figure out. Light weight, very good growl, sound very tough. After reading all reviews about how loud this muffler was i was very surpised that it was actually just as loud as stock. MGP is much more in depths of a growl. Light weight, cheaper than most. Highly recommend. 2012 ZX-10r

Hot Bodies Racing MGP Growler Slip-On Exhaust
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Location: NYC, NY
A cheap way to upgrade

Purchased this exhuast for my 09 GSXR 600, I wanted something louder and better looking than that hidious stock exhuast, This exhuast was just a little louder and i noticed a slight power gain, the diffrence between this exhuast and the stock is night and day, its louder, lighter and much more better looking, I did have to get my ecu remapped beuase my mpg really tanked after installing (which was a breeze by the way), but on my gsxr600 the cat is welded on to the headers, any slip on to this bike with that cat still on, will not make that much of a difference, i will be putting on a mid-pipe soon and probally give a better review on this exhuast

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Location: cross plains, tx
Really good bang for your buck

I love this exhaust it's super loud and makes my ninja 250 sound like a big bike. I haven't noticed any power gains but it's a 250 so power isn't a big factor but if your looking for an exhaust thats simple to install and sounds as good as an expensive pipe then this is for you.

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Great Exhaust

I have this slip-on on my 09 Gsxr 750 it is my 3rd one and last one i will get. it is awesome for the price. Sound is excellent, performance is great and u don't have to map your bike.

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Location: Huntsville, AL
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Jayh72 2 days 17 hours ago Location: Uk
Will this fit straight onto yamaha R6 2012?
To fit this exhaust will I have to remove exup cables and servo? Or is that below where the pipe joins on? If cables are removed won't this throw an engine management light?
roosevelt 12 days ago Location: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), 17801 International
I was wondering what to do with the 02 sensor?
I bought the mgp growler for my 2012 cbr 1000rr, fits good but no 02 sensor.. I'm having rough idle. Any ideal what I can do with the 02 sensor?
Expert MotoSport Staff
11 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
From what I have found on this you can easily eliminate your O2 sensor by installing a 330 ohm resistor cap onto it. You should be able to find the resistor at any local radio shack or electronics store. This should eliminate the rough idle your bike has now.
Abdul 1 month 22 days ago
I would like to get this exhaust for my 2011 gsxr 1000. Does the exaust come with a mid-pipe to replace the stock catalytic converter?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 month 21 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
No. This Exhaust System would not eliminate your catalytic converter. From what I can tell, for your 2011 GSXR1000 you would have to go with a either a full exhaust system or an Acrapovic Slip on combined with the Akrapovic Exhaust Collector to eliminate the catalytic converter.
Bevis210 1 month 26 days ago
Is the growler for a 08 gsxr 750 a high mount or is it a low mount?
Rabe3 4 months 22 days ago
Yamaha R1 2013?
Dear sir, I have a Yamaha R1 2013, so does it work to install it as a single slip-on instead of 2? and can I install it down instead of installing in directly below the rear seat? and does it need any major adjustments? Regards,
Expert MotoSport Staff
4 months 4 days ago
Actually the picture your seeing there online is not the exact exhaust for your 2013 Yamaha R1. This exhaust for your bike is actually still the dual undertail mufflers. It should mount up with no modification. You can see images of this exhaust on that R1 here: http://www.hotbodiesracing.com/en/prod_505_mgp_exhausts_yamaha_2012-13_yzf-r1 I have also attached a video from hot bodies on this exahust. They are showing installation on a 2009 R1 but it should be about the same process on a 2011.
Rabe3 Over 5 months ago
I have a Yamaha R1 2013, will there be any modifications required to install? And is it soo loud? or its loud in a nice and acceptable way?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Depending on how the bike runs with the exhaust installed, it may require re-mapping of the fuel system for optimal performance. A controller such as the Power Commander will be able to help you tune the bike correctly. The MGP Growler exhausts are on the loud side of the scale. Depending on what you consider too loud will have an effect on you feelings for this exhaust. It is by no means quiet.
Alex Over 7 months ago
I would like to get this exhaust for my 2007 gsxr 600. Does the exaust come with a mid-pipe to replace the stock catalytic converter?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this exhaust includes the link pipe to remove the stock Catalytic converter on your 2007 GSXR600.
Iceman Over 8 months ago Location: albany, Ga
Can this exhaust be made to fit a 2007 cbr1000RR?
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately I cannot guarantee you can make it fit on your 2007 CBR1000RR. It is available for the 2008 and newer CBR1000RR models so it may be able to work with modification but again, unfortunately will not be direct fit.
Jerry Over 11 months ago
Am i able to install this on a 2013 cb500? i need it to sound louder?
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately Hot Bodies does not produce this exhaust for your 2013 CB500. The exhausts between your CB500 and the CBR500R are going to be the same. If you profile your bike as a CBR500R and do a Keyword search for slip on, we have many options that will fit your bike.
Nicho 1 year ago Location: Denmark
Does it come with a baffle?
It seems to be VERY loud, so i was wondering if it came with a baffle insert to dampen the db's. If not. Where can i get one?
MotoSport Staff
1 year ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This does not come with a baffle insert, and Hot Bodies doesn't offer one to quiet down the exhaust. The Growler is intended to catch attention, and does it successfully.
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