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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-15-2010, 07:50 PM
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Re: Installing Gytr Slip-on (08 R6)

heres a good link for R6s or 03-05 R6 .. and the GYTR muffler .. I would just take it to a muffler shop and have them expand it as per your needed measurement ..

Any 06+ R6r stubby exhaust for 03-05 R6 or R6s
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 01:08 PM
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Re: Installing Gytr Slip-on (08 R6)

so ive read all the post about installing any slip ons and about removing the exup cables. But i just bought a carbon gytr slip on for my 12' r6, and by me removing the exup cables but leaving the servo in there wont mess with the bike, like check engine light? i just wanna make sure before messing with the new bike. i read that just taking the cables out the servo will read that the butterfly will just stay closed, is there any way i can take out the cables and make the servo think that the butterfly is open all the time.
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Re: Installing Gytr Slip-on (08 R6)

Nope, you're good once you remove the cables. Leave the box and it won't throw a code.
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Did you get the MJS headers?
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Re: Installing Gytr Slip-on (08 R6)

no i didnt get headers just the gytr slip on, i read by removing the cables i would loose a good amount of low end power cause with out the cables the servo would just read that the butterfly is staying closed. is that true?
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