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Old 08-28-2012, 03:05 PM   #31
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Re: Need suggestions for quiet slip-on with MJS headers

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Akrapovic with the Baffle sounds GREAT with the MJS midpipe or 05 headers! Very quiet, nice and deep.

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I'm sure it does, but I just bought a Leo Vince slip-on. I'm sure even that would sound good

Price was the main sticking point. The Leo Vince midnight unlimited cans are on sale 50% off
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I'm sure it does, but I just bought a Leo Vince slip-on. I'm sure even that would sound good

Price was the main sticking point. The Leo Vince midnight unlimited cans are on sale 50% off
Post up a vid when you get er done!

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Old 08-28-2012, 03:09 PM   #33
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Post up a vid when you get er done!

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Sure will.

the first post on this thread has the sound clip for MJS headers with stock slip-on. I'll get the MJS headers with LV slip-on when I receive it. Can't wait to get it in my hands :
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Old 08-30-2012, 01:25 AM   #34
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If you really want it quiet get a stock header.
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If you really want it quiet get a stock header.
Lol, yeah, cause the stock can is REALLY quiet, lol


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Re: Need suggestions for quiet slip-on with MJS headers

I already went with the MJS headers and the Leo Vince unlimited can with the EVO II quiet insert from Bauce racing. Quiet enough for me to pass the sound test at Laguna (105dB), I hope
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I already went with the MJS headers and the Leo Vince unlimited can with the EVO II quiet insert from Bauce racing.
So what was the final out come Doc Ram? I'm in the market for a quieter slip-on myself.
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So what was the final out come Doc Ram? I'm in the market for a quieter slip-on myself.
Its pretty quiet with this setup
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