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Old 04-28-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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difference between slip-on & full system?

would somebody kindly explain the difference between the two. i've got an 06 gix 1theezy and am almost ready for a new exhaust. what are the differences in performance, sound, gas guzzlin, all of the above. thanks for any info
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first... ask Patrick... just joking... the slipon is merely the muffler that 'slips-on" the end of the pipe... the full system, i believe is the header assembly and all piping inclusive of the exhaust...
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first... ask Patrick... just joking... the slipon is merely the muffler that 'slips-on" the end of the pipe... the full system, i believe is the header assembly and all piping inclusive of the exhaust...
my bad, i should be more clear.....thanks for the help, i'm askin for the performance difference. can u feel it in power, do the headers make a diff, are they bigger than stock, thicker metal, can u tell the diff in sound between slip-on and full system? i'm reffering to yosh TRC carbon slip-on and full system. if the full system is better than why the would anyone put a slip-on on their bike, besides the diff in price.
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not really just sound 90% of the time
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the price difference is the reason most people dont go full system you only get the full value of a full system with another 300dollar power commander then a 100dollar custom map, if you dont do all the your really just paying for sound
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the price difference is the reason most people dont go full system you only get the full value of a full system with another 300dollar power commander then a 100dollar custom map, if you dont do all the your really just paying for sound
ya, i was told they go hand in hand. when or if i get the full system i plan on hookin up a power commander with it
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A well designed full system on an '06 GSXR1000 will net you some pretty impressive gains, particularly in the mid range / top end.

A slip on for that bike will typically only net 3-5 hp, mostly towards the top.

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When you're ready to buy, give me a shout and we can discuss the type of riding you do, and what pipe / other mods that will work best for you.
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sounds good. thank u sir
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