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Old 12-13-2005, 11:21 PM   #1
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Slip on or bolt on????????

Planning on getting a yoshimura rs3 can for my bike (05 bandit 1200) Should i go with a bolt on or a slip on. Or should i consider a different can all together?
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Old 12-13-2005, 11:48 PM   #2
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when are you making the field trip with all of us to go get it? PP1 on saturday?
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Old 12-14-2005, 12:19 AM   #3
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Slip on. To be honest both will net about the same amount of gain, however the slip on looks better on that bike. Actually am doing an '05 right now including carb kit.
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Old 12-14-2005, 05:46 PM   #4
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I have a problem with the front wheel coming off the ground, is the slip on going to pop off if the front tire comes down hard? I am looking to get a titanium pipe, is there any place i can get one at a good price in Houston?
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Old 12-14-2005, 06:00 PM   #5
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I have a problem with the front wheel coming off the ground, is the slip on going to pop off if the front tire comes down hard? I am looking to get a titanium pipe, is there any place i can get one at a good price in Houston?
lol no fool its not going to come off.....lol you make me laugh but to answer your other question yes....

you can call up pat im sure he could help you out (thats the guy witht he screen name patrick he has all the info in his sig)

Theres a bunch of shops in houston you could also give grand pre i cant remember there number though but there cool peeps....

titanium is going to cost you some cash....
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titanium is going to cost you some cash....
same price for titanium or polish. if you get carbon fiber, then it will cost you.

why is this in the "forum news" section?
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same price for titanium or polish. if you get carbon fiber, then it will cost you.

why is this in the "forum news" section?
Because thats where i put it!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol

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Thanks Patrick for all the help! Looking forward to the phone call when the pipe comes in!
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Whats the difference between a bolt on and slip on?? i mean performance wise obviously.
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bolt on is referring to a full exhaust i presume and a slip on is basically that.

its like someone installing a full performance exhaust system on their car vs a muffler welded on the pipe.

a full system is built to gain more hp vs a slip on.
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Bolt on refers to most Suzukis and some Kawis where the cannister bolts on at the end of the mid pipe. You are just replacing the cannister.
Slip on replaces the mid pipe and can.
Full system is just that; a full system.
There's no real performance difference between most bolt ons vs most slip ons.
There is a pretty dofference between a full system and the above 2.
However typically on most 600 I prefer to use a slip on / bolt on for street use because a full systemwill bias the power gains towards the top end of the rev range, leaving a torque dip in the mid range.

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i have a full system.. but my can slips on...
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When you get the can make sure and do some jet work. Budget version is some .020 shims under the needles, and 107.5 mains with no hole in the airbox. The Bandits are notoriously lean from the factory.

I have sets of 107.5 and 110 mains I'll donate to a fellow Bandit driver..
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he just woke up from hibernation fool!!! it was at the top of his active topics page!!!!! bwuahahahahahahaha
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