Two Brothers P1X Power Tip
Get This If You Want To Tone It Down
The P1x was DEFINITELY WORTH IT and I give it 2 thumbs up. The ride was much more tolerable and with the clutch pulled in, I was almost ninja-like. Once I got back from my ride, I decided to test the actual noise level to see if it the P1x actually helped or if it was all in my head like Derulo. The sound isn't as nice, sounds like it's getting choked by Royce Gracie, quite baffled but still more distinct than stock. The only thing I kept a bit lower is the price. Yea, $30 isn't bad considering the slip on is well over $400 but you would think something like $20 would be suffice for a product like this. Final Verdict: GET IT if your 2 Brothers is too loud for your liking
2 Brothers M-2 Black Series C/F without any silencer
- Idles at 95dBs, 5k at 103dB
2 Brothers M-2 Black Series C/F with the P1x Silencer
- Idles at 87dBs, 5k at 95dBs
March 9, 2015
An absolute must have for a TBR exhaust
Installed on my 05 CBR600RR In less than 5 minutes using the smaller o-ring. Bike was incredibly obnoxious without it and would just irritate everyone walking around trying to enjoy their day.
This bought the sound down to a much more comfortable level, enough that you can have a conversation with someone while standing next to the bike. Sound is much more deeper and throaty. Above 6k RPM still plenty loud and fun! Makes longer rides much more bearable, and uninstalls in 5 minutes. Gold finish looks great inside a carbon fiber black exhaust. Worth every penny.
February 24, 2015
Definitely quieted down the exhaust.....easy to install and looks great.
December 8, 2014
Looks good and easy to install
I bought this to keep the sound level of the new muffler as close as possible to stock. i can't say it reduces the sound, since I didn't try the muffler without installing it. What I can say is that with this tip the new muffler is barely louder than stock. It sounds great as you wind up the engine, but above 45 mph it is barely audible above the wind. I was afraid it might detract from the look of the muffler, but it doesn't. Highly recommended.
November 18, 2014
Does what it says it will do
My riding buddies always complained that my Two Brothers exhaust was too loud if they rode behind me. This P1X Power Tip has made my pipes a little quieter but they still sound great. And my buddies don't complain any more about the noise!
November 3, 2014
The cops don't even look at me now. I got herrassed twice without it.
October 20, 2014
Easy install and makes the exhaust less obnoxious!
I've only got approximately 100 miles on the new exhaust with this tip. A buddy has the same Two Brother's exhaust on a 14' KLR 650. I installed the exhaust & tip on my 06' KLR 650 and it's a noticeable decrease in decibels. It takes 6 star screws to take the bake flange off and slip in the tip. You may have to gently push the tip into the spark arrestor if you're keeping the arrestor in. Then figure out which o-ring you need and slide the back flange right back on and tighten the screws. I watched the video on the manufacturer's website and it really was as easy as they made it look.
I would recommend this...and I'm sure my neighbors would as well!!
October 13, 2014
Seems like a novelty for the cbr250r
absolutely no noticeable change in sound. if the two brothers exhaust didn't look leagues better than any every other one on the market i would have already gotten rid of it. It's just too loud.
I was hoping the P1x would bring it down to a reasonable volume, but at least from the seat i literally can not tell the difference.
Pros: Super easy to install once you know what ring to use. Looks to be machined very well and of high quality. Hides the big ugly hole in the exhaust which makes it look a lot better surprisingly.
Cons: Wont tame the noise of the exhaust. At least not for the 250r. No instructions at all. Comes with 2 rings so you'll either have to look up which one to use, or guess based on what feels/looks right. The correct ring to use is the one that allows the cap to go back on flush, with no gaps between the cap and exhaust.
October 6, 2014