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    Slip-on options

    Really need to swap out the standard lump of a can.
    Lots to chose from out their
    Any advice, suggestions or pitfalls welcome

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Austin racing

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Zoom in a bit. Pitfall is it sounds awesome on the overrun haha

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    Re: Slip-on options

    Thanks Ste M
    Does look so much better than the original. Bike looks great, best colour

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    Re: Slip-on options

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    Akra makes a good sound on the overrun in race mode. High quality build standard too.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    mine and the missis, ive got 2 options on the carbon heat shield, not sure which to stick with.






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    Re: Slip-on options

    Heal plate carbon for me. Unless you plan more carbon to go with the bigger piece.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    My choice would be the SC project with the single carbon plate

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    Re: Slip-on options

    SC project for a slip-on would be my choice, all their options are really smart. And I think for the Gen 4 all have the SC's have baffles now.

    I've got a few goodies to go on, including Akrapovic Carbon slip-on. I went for this for 2 reasons, I got it at trade and I can pair it with the Akra headers in the future while still keeping the DB low (Ish) for track work.

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    Re: Slip-on options

    I've been a fan of Racefit for some years now. Had one on my last gen3 and gonna get one for my new gen4. Deep note, but still gets me round Donington noise limits. Will soon be putting the gen3 version up for sale!

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