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Old 02-17-2012, 09:31 AM   #1
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What would the ramifications be to taking a 2006 R6 exhaust and welding it to my 2003 Honda 919 header or midpipe?
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Which part? Slip on or muffler/cats? They are different.
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Whatever is needed after header. I don't think the headers will match.
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I'm guessing it would be just the slip on, but even the OEM slip on has no sound deadening remember. So I could only think of two ramifications, one REALLY loud exhaust since you will have nothing to muffle anything. And two, it will definitely change your A/F ratio and you will loose bottom end power.
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Doesn't seem to be what I'm looking for then. Was trying to find another option than the 900rr conversion. 900rr exhausts are hard to find in decent shape.
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I got a 2011 ZX14R, is there a way I can cancel out the Left side canister and just add a Single Slip-on on the Right side without having to do a Complete Full Single Exit Exhaust change? Or will doing this create some sort of problem with Back Pressure or something?
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I got a 2011 ZX14R, is there a way I can cancel out the Left side canister and just add a Single Slip-on on the Right side without having to do a Complete Full Single Exit Exhaust change? Or will doing this create some sort of problem with Back Pressure or something?
I don't think the header will allow this
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Keeping the right backpressure is kinda important guys. All kinds of math goes into making a GOOD exhaust. If you go the custom route, be sure to measure piping ID, length, consider baffling, and bends in the pipe.

Laminar flow gets tricky and reducing backpressure is only beneficial to a certain point. Your exhaust should work as a system with your heads.

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I got a 2011 ZX14R, is there a way I can cancel out the Left side canister and just add a Single Slip-on on the Right side without having to do a Complete Full Single Exit Exhaust change? Or will doing this create some sort of problem with Back Pressure or something?
For the amount of money you paid for that bike... I couldn't imagine wanting to hackjob the exhaust.
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