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    I met with a local supermoto group, all with KTMs, and they all had Akrapovic exhaust!!!

    Maaan, my Husky was so quiet next to those dragons


    So I would like to install an exhaust sometime soon, and I would need your advice on which one would be better for my 2007 Husqvarna SMR 450.

    From what I saw, most of Husqvarna owners chose LeoVince over Akrapovic.
    Why? Does it sounds better on Husqvarna, or looks better?

    If I get just the slip on, without the full exhaust system, the result would be much different from the default exhaust, or won't be a big difference?

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    I would say Akra in your bike and hole system...That looks cool, sounds epic.
    But the end they all is like same to together. I would recommend buy that what you can find now days, then you need that jd kit to get more fuel, those A/F ratios correct.
    I dont know in that year bike are there how bit different to compare full exhaust or just slip-on, of course that slip-on is good choice than stock one, in my year Husky, there is not big differents if compare slip-ons or full exhaust, they make about same power...You can also make that stock silencer flow better
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    Yes, I took the bike to install the jet kit, and they told me that I can modify the standard exhaust pipe to sound like an Akra, for less than 100€.

    So I was thinking if I install only the slip on, what would have a better result in sound, an Akrapovic, a LeoVince, or save money and just modify the actual pipe to sound louder...?

    If I would buy Akrapovic or LeoVince, I think I would have to pay for the full system to get the money worth.

    By the way, I saw your Husqvarna 510 Akrapovic on YouTube...wow!

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    Thanks..
    If you can find i would buy either hole or slip-on Akrapovic, to that sound little better that Leovince.
    Of course that stock silencer would be cheap think, but i want to keep stock in stock and in reserve.
    Also if you dont find any other exhaust or silencer, this would be good ideahttp://www.fresco-exhaust.com/450-sm...ess-p-590.html, maybe, it looks like Akra, i dont know how that will sound, but in one cc bike, that sound is almoust same of all bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by HUSKY530RR View Post
    Thanks..
    If you can find i would buy either hole or slip-on Akrapovic, to that sound little better that Leovince.
    Of course that stock silencer would be cheap think, but i want to keep stock in stock and in reserve.
    Also if you dont find any other exhaust or silencer, this would be good ideahttp://www.fresco-exhaust.com/450-sm...ess-p-590.html, maybe, it looks like Akra, i dont know how that will sound, but in one cc bike, that sound is almoust same of all bikes
    Hey amigo, can you please tell me if I should make the original exhaust flow better, and modify it to be like an Akrapovic exhaust, for 100€, or if I would better buy a used Termignoni exhaust from an Ducati with quite many miles?

    The guy that modifies exhausts, is telling me that he can make the original exhaust be exactly like an Akrapovic, and he is asking 100€.

    He says that is a better choice to modify the oroginal one that is brand new, rather that get one used from another bike. Also, that Termignoni is a piece of crap, and is not good.

    Before making a choice, I want to ask you, what is the better choice?



    This is the used Termignoni exhaust (the silver one) and is 120€.

    Do you think that if would fit my bike, would sound better that the modified stock exhaust?

    Thanks.
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    This is easy, your money. Do what is best for you, but i would buy that correct silencer to that bike, or in my case i would make my own silencer...
    If you have those tools you can make it your own, i dont know what kind of type silencer are that stock one, are there catalyst inside or are that silencer flowing through style silencer

    I dont know what he means those things, of course that used stock silencer can be shitty condition, also you can maintain those silencers, but new silencers material in the silencer etc.
    Are that Termignoni intended in Husqvarna smr model to your bike and it cost for you 120€, i would buy it then pay some dude 100€ to mode that stock silencer, becouse that sound like just soo easy work to make it your self, just drill those pop-rivets off, then easy to disassemble part that silencer, then you can see what to do if you but this in there

    Of course you need to own welding machine or get you hands for use that machine..
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    Definitely Arrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darealickt View Post
    Definitely Arrow.
    Thank you for the advice, but didn't you had Leo Vince for your 2010 SMR510? :P

    You also had Arrow? What is the difference in sound and why all Huskys that I see have Leo Vince X3?

    Thank you.

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    If you can find one I would go for a single / double devil system. I've owned full akro's before but the sound on that was simply fantastic, they seem to be as rare as rocking horse poo these days though.

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    Yeah, stop talking about unicorns man, I need something good and cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by darealickt View Post
    Definitely Arrow.
    Thats good one, this or Akrapovic...OMG those Double Devils would be eeeeepic
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    Arrow I can't find one made for SMR450 at a decent price, while Leo Vince X3 I did.

    Around here I have seen mostly Huskys with Leo Vince...I was wondering why.

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    Why don't you just open up your stock exhaust yourself? All you need is a baffle core an some packing. Its very easy to do and wouldn't cost much. If you hate it, buy something else later.
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    I planed to do it, but someone told me that it's not a good idea, first because it will never sound like an Akra or Arrow, and second, because the engine stop will be modified, and that I should buy an exhaust made especially for this bike, or keep the stock as it is.

    I found Arrow only for TE250/310. It's not the same as the one for SMR450, is it?

    I will try to search more for an Arrow, and if I don't find one, I'll get Leo Vince X3 that has a good price ~200€

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    Well, I don't know what modify the enging stop means but what I would do is lay my hands on different exhausts for the 450 and measure the inner diameter of the baffle core and can length. That will give you a good reference point for what size core you need. Packing material choice will determine sound. If you like Arrow sound, buy their material. Same for LeoV or Akrapovic. Here in the USA it would cost about $25 to recore the stock exhaust. Not a lot of money, particularly if you like the finished product. My 510 Arrow had a 39mm core, my 550 has a 42mm core(Akrapovic) and my 690 has 50mm cores on a dual exhaust(LeoV). For the low cost I really suggest you give it a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Caffrey View Post
    I was wondering why.
    I would quess, that was little cheaper, made more than others, more popular..It goes like here, if you see lots of those parts like that exhaust and price is low, you will buy it.
    I would also quess those Leovince are quiet "race" silencer, if compare Akra or Arrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Caffrey View Post
    I planed to do it, but someone told me that it's not a good idea, first because it will never sound like an Akra or Arrow, and second, because the engine stop will be modified, and that I should buy an exhaust made especially for this bike, or keep the stock as it is.
    I found Arrow only for TE250/310. It's not the same as the one for SMR450, is it?
    I will try to search more for an Arrow, and if I don't find one, I'll get Leo Vince X3 that has a good price ~200€
    I dont know how that older bike work to new one, i mean that engine stop thing...
    There is less electronics than these EFI models has and still there is few stock modifield silencer...


    Those TE250/310 is not the same exhaust, to me you need to get best benefit those silencer, to put that silencer what is made to that bike, of course you can use others bike silencer.
    But i have seen few bike whit other silencer, they not make that optical "power" like if you use 1000cc bike silencer, it is pointless in that 450cc bike.
    What i have test and seen, those things what matter to how it will sound in those inner tube size, shapes, how long it is like exit90a was saying...
    Yes, there is luck to get it sound like akra, but i would say you cannot notice that different

    If that money is important, i would make that stock silencer then, but still i would make this. I would try buy other stock silencer and make it that or save some money and buy this
    http://www.fresco-exhaust.com/450-sm...ess-p-590.html
    Also there is these
    http://www.xracing-exhausts.com/
    I dont have experience of that, but i will buy those same brand silencer to my 2010 husky, becouse i need in Eu-country that E-approval, to show my country cops this is legal exhaust. But i would expect that fresco is good choice that price, of course you can sell it. Or just search those Akrapovic, Arrow...Or those what is best in your selection
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    Wow, thanks guys.

    As allways, you provide helpful information.

    It's a good news that the sound of an exhaust pipe can be changed simply by replacing the core, but I have found only the Akrapovic replacement kit, and it's not cheap:

    http://m.ebay.com/itm/271787288452?nav=WATCHING_ACTIVE

    Maybe you can show me if you know the same core made by Arrow.

    If this is possible, I would get that Arrow exchangeable core, and install it in the stock exhaust.

    I'm only after a nice deep sound, I don't care about added performance and bhp.

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    I purchased a Sil pipe nine years ago great pipe for the price($500).

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    Like here is some info http://www.daveysprocket.com/projects/smr_exhaust.html
    Here is also some info how to convert that stock silencer to better flowing silencer, dont matter if that is other Husky model exhaust, but that principle is same
    http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/200...ication.16491/





    I would go in my logal hardware store and get like these..
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    That pic is for example, i dont know that word in english.

    Lets write this again this here if this help...

    First you have to drill those rivets off, then messure that inner tube length, also diameter, to make that hole tube in those both ends tubes(like that pic under this message, there is that red line, where to messure), so it need to be little smaller than those , then you drive your logal car part seller or hardware store and buy that, it is some exhaust tube where is holes, (cannot remember that name in english), then you can buy spare part that sound dampening stuff, in motorbike, there is that 4-stroke stuff.

    I hope this would help you get make it work
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    Quote Originally Posted by HUSKY530RR View Post
    Like here is some info http://www.daveysprocket.com/projects/smr_exhaust.html
    Here is also some info how to convert that stock silencer to better flowing silencer, dont matter if that is other Husky model exhaust, but that principle is same
    http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/200...ication.16491/





    I would go in my logal hardware store and get like these..
    [IMG][/IMG]
    That pic is for example, i dont know that word in english.

    Lets write this again this here if this help...

    First you have to drill those rivets off, then messure that inner tube length, also diameter, to make that hole tube in those both ends tubes(like that pic under this message, there is that red line, where to messure), so it need to be little smaller than those , then you drive your logal car part seller or hardware store and buy that, it is some exhaust tube where is holes, (cannot remember that name in english), then you can buy spare part that sound dampening stuff, in motorbike, there is that 4-stroke stuff.

    I hope this would help you get make it work


    You explained very well and detailed, but with the price I pay for the welder and the materials, I run around 100€, so it's much better to get a new one for 200-300€

    So everyone is for Arrow?

    Arrow for Husqvarna SMR450 2007 new

    Arrow for Husqvarna SMR450 2008-2010 new



    Which one?

    Or this Leo Vince X3?
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    HHhhmmmm


    I would go those silencer what is made for that bike, best for buck..

    But one this increase my curiosity, how you going to fit those others silencer what isent for that Husky model, are that welder make them fit??
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    They have the same circumference, so it should fit. I hope so at least.

    The only gripe/fear I have with that Arrow in the 1st link, made exactly for my Husqvarna SMR450 2007 is that it's not as loud as aftermarket Arrow end pipes.

    That one looks to be taken off from a Husky that came equipped from the factory with that Arrow made for Husqvarna, and might be slightly restricted (exactly like the OEM exhaust that Husqvarna equipped my bike from factory).
    I imagine that Husqvarna might have put on their bikes an Arrow not that racy, to pass some emission tests.

    I hope it's not like that, and in this case I'll buy that one...the price is fair.


    The second Arrow, in the 2nd link, now I realise that won't fit my bike, because I have the exhaust on the right side of the bike, and that one is made for the left side
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    Add this to your poll! Not made for your bike but could be welded on and very much loud!
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/1414474...3D820365043277
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    That is good one
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    I would try the DIY with your stock can first. Really cheap option, easy to do. https://www.2wheelpartssupply.com/la...FcKHaQodkzsAng
    The drop down menu has 1.5", 1.75" & 2". Smaller core = quiter and torque. Larger core = louder and HP.
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    100$ international shipping.

    I preffer payimg more than double, and get this Arrow if will fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exit90a View Post
    I would try the DIY with your stock can first. Really cheap option, easy to do. https://www.2wheelpartssupply.com/la...FcKHaQodkzsAng
    The drop down menu has 1.5", 1.75" & 2". Smaller core = quiter and torque. Larger core = louder and HP.
    Thanks this info exit90a.

    Neal you can also get that metal tube, where is holes, that is this link in your logal car part shop, or some hardware shop. One my logal shop has like that tube, it would be cheaper, of course i dont know yours price....Weard pay double that price on silencer what isent fot that bike...But why not
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    You might be right, but I can't do it myself, and it will cost me around 100€ no matter what.

    If I get that Arrow made for KTM 450, it might not be made for my bike, but neither that self made muffler.

    Do you think that it will sound as good as an original Arrow slip on?

    Even if it's not for Husqvarna, that Arrow it's for a similar bike, same engine actually.

    If will phisically fit on my bike, that Arrow made for KTM 450, would be any different from the Arrow made for Husqvarna 450?

    If modifying the OEM pipe would cost me 50€, honestly I would do it, but paying almost half of what I would pay for a brand new Arrow (and keep the OEM as a back-up), doesn't justify the cost.

    Here is an Arrow Off Road exhaust made for Husqvarna SMR450.

    I was looking for Akrapovic after I've seen your bike on YouTube, but after darealickt and exit90a told me Arrow sounds way more badass, I really want the Arrow.

    Also let's not forget that Green Arrow rides a Husqvarna SMR450, so an Arrow exhaust has more logic
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    Ok, now this is soo easy, you just buy that Arrow, if you like that, then go for it...

    Now this cost like 289.70euros and it looks like it would fit you bike, of course you must make sure it fit you bike at that seller
    Arrow Off Road exhaust

    and this cost 211.19euros
    Arrow

    And that Ktm silencer you must make some custom modes to fit it and it would cost like 50-100euros and there is that risk it would sound too loud, becouse that Ktm silencer look in that sales pic little shorter than that Husky Arrow, that difference in price is................................................

    Now you must make that decision.....
    How about this, you ask how much it would cost if they make you hole custom titanium exhaust, whit double silencer like Devil or those Arrow, would not that be eeeeeeeeeeeeeepic.
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    Thanks mate

    I will ask, but it should be pretty expensive. How much did you payed for your Akra, by the way?

    You are right about the Arrow, that longer one is made for my 2007 Husky because 2004-2007 have the same exhaust mounting.

    I wouldn't mind if will sound loud, because to be honest this is the only reason I want to upgrade the stock exhaust...
    I want to make myself heard in traffic, and by modifing the stock one, there are good chances that the exhaust will sound like something is broken

    I want one that sounds good on lower revs also, because the monocylinder won't reach revs that high as a sport bike.

    The only exhaust that I heard live is Akra slip on, and it was spectacular.
    From YouTube, I like Arrow better than LeoVince.

    If I could find an Akra that looks good, and is not more than 300€ shipped, I would get that, because on eBay you can find so many repair kits made for Akra exhausts (titanium and carbon), while for Arrow or LeoVince I haven't found.
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    Awesome dude, in ebay you should check that, those will fit for sure.
    I will almoust sure that Arrow would sound soo spectacular, when compare stock one



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    I will ask, but it should be pretty expensive. How much did you payed for your Akra, by the way?
    Nice, yes they would cost lots of, maybe...I have seen few hole custom titanium exhaust and they was cost like 500 dollar, to that is not very expensive same goes if i would get in for 1000€+some silencer, soo that would cost like +1500€. But in the end that benefit would be soo low, but i like that titanium look....

    My akras was cost like 700euros, I had to buy Honda CFR250R 2007 hole titanium exhaust system to get right away those titanium silencer+some custom basic iron tubes, one 90 degree bend and 45 or 60 degree bend, then i was welding some custom spring clip so i can get those silencer to keep tight, also there was some issues to get right diameter tubes, soo that was also some custom. Those Honda akras silencer was about 600euros then, and i would have wait about 2-3weeks to get those, soo that price different was soo big.

    So those silencer was about 600euros+those custom tubes was like 40-60euros..I was my self making those welding job.
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    I just jetted the carburetor and it's awesome. Also got a Rizoma brake fuel tank, and led signals.

    Once I get that Arrow slip on, I will make an update of the bike.

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    That Arrow made for your bike is a good choice. I had the "road legal" Arrow on my 510 and it was very well made but not a loud exhaust. The one you are looking at is off road so will most likely make good music.
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    Guys, I have found something unbelievable...an Arrow Off-Road Thunder Titanium exhaust for Honda CRF450 2003, brand new, for 120€ shipped

    I am really tempted. Would be possible to make it fit my SMR450???

    Base price was 400€

    Should sound like this: http://youtu.be/UY7qmF5g3Oo

    Looks like this


    And the one made for my bike looks like this:
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    Not my money....But try it, if need some modes to fit, you've got someone welder
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    Quote Originally Posted by exit90a View Post
    That Arrow made for your bike is a good choice. I had the "road legal" Arrow on my 510 and it was very well made but not a loud exhaust. The one you are looking at is off road so will most likely make good music.
    You had the Arrow Street Thunder?

    Unfortunately, that Arrow Off-Road Thunder was so cheap because it's an old ugly looking model, so I will be looking somewhere else for an Arrow Off-Road Thunder.

    On the bay is 315€
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    I like this soo much, this would be epic...if here should not be the problem that it is not e-approved exhaust system, it would be hard to choose silencer, but now it is easy, when i will buy silencer, i need those to be e-approved
    Ps, these pics are not my, someone was posting these in here
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    Nordic countries are more evolved and therefore more restrict

    I have hard time finding something non approved...you imagine how hard would be to get something that has to be approved )
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    Yeah, only problem is that sound/db-levels, soo if there is mark that sound level, then it not matter, or you hava some paper what tell that is e-approved and meant for this bike..
    But you can use in those front pipe/that mid pipe illegal exhaust, there no need those e-marks, just in those silencer and that is crappy
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    I would be satisfied even with an Arrow slip on exhaust for no more than 300€ shipped :(

    I need better sound and more responsove throttle, not performance.

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    But that is in some way performance
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    Yes, but let's say that I could make the actual exhaust sound like an Arrow, I wouldn't care if only the sound would change, and not performance.

    This is the Arrow that is very cheap, but ugly:


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    reading these posts. you want it to go fast, sound loud or look cool. with your budget you won't get both. the stock arrow for the SMR 45RR had a removeable baffle held in with a snap ring. that is the one you should try and get. IMHO. there won't b much difference in a KTM exhaust can, except mounting points and perhaps the inlet diameter. you should have all that info before you buy anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskyfrk View Post
    reading these posts. you want it to go fast, sound loud or look cool. with your budget you won't get both. the stock arrow for the SMR 45RR had a removeable baffle held in with a snap ring. that is the one you should try and get. IMHO. there won't b much difference in a KTM exhaust can, except mounting points and perhaps the inlet diameter. you should have all that info before you buy anything.
    I know...Sometimes when I read my old posts, I freak out and laugh and laugh and laug

    No, seriously, I just want it to sound louder, that's it. I would pay no more than 300€ for this.

    If I would be sure that by modifying the stock one, I would get the sound I want and not the sound of a broken can, I would do it, but from what I heard, a modified stock exhaust never sounds as good as an aftermarket one.

    I found 3 Arrow exhausts (80€, 98€ and 120€) for KTM and CRF450, but I don't like how they look. That welding would look awfull on my bike.

    So I think I would get the Arrow Off-Road Thunder V2 made especially for my bike...at least will look good.
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    Just buy the correct Arrow exhaust for your bike and stop the madness.
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    Cannot wait to see what was the choice then and what would be sound then
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    Quote Originally Posted by exit90a View Post
    Just buy the correct Arrow exhaust for your bike and stop the madness.
    Actually, Arrow doesn't officially makes any exhaust for my bike...they do only for SM 450 2004/2005 and SM 450 R 2006

    I have SMR 450 2007...sooo, I should get the exhaust for SM 450 R or for SM 450?

    Why they see the SM 450 and SM 450 R as two different models? They are the same.
    SM450RR...that would be something else.

    Their site is fucked up, and now I don't know what to order: http://www.arrow.it/usa/prodotti/marca.asp?IDM=43

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    I have tested all 3 regarding the sound. haven't been on the dyno to way which one generates most power.
    in my opinion, the devil double has the best (not the loudest sound). Akrapovic with DB Eater is not much louder than a Stock 450 2005. Without, it's crazy loud, imo it's too loud. Arrow is ok, i have different DB-Killers for it so i can adjust how loud it is.
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    Wow! I would really like to see a video of all 3

    Which one do you prefer between Arrow and Akra, soundwise?

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