New Member - Quick Intro

Paul Heim SuprHtr at
Tue Dec 23 06:07:19 PST 2008

Welcome to the list, Rob!  I'm not aware of anyone getting just downpipes, 
but several of us have full aftermarket systems.  Those who've used Micron 
systems seem most pleased.  I have a full Muzzy system which is louder than 
I'd prefer, but it came with the bike and I'm too cheap to part with it. 
The Jardine systems have a tendency to break a baffle in the collector 
section but are otherwise good, according to reports.

Enjoy your GPz!
Paul in Ohio
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Robert.Justice at>
To: <gpzlist at>
Sent: Monday, December 22, 2008 11:06 AM
Subject: New Member - Quick Intro

> Hi All,
> 6 months into the purchase of my first (real) bike - GPZ1100 E1 1995/6,
> thought it time to join the ranks of the experienced to listen and learn.
> Recently broke the baffler in my Motad Venom exhaust system (4-1-2) and am
> looking for replacement downpipes to get rid of that "bag of spanners"
> sound. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Rob Justice (aka zer0n)
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