chriss450 said:Save yourself the $150, just pull the tiny little silencer off and run it with the header and the cat....does the exact same thing....you can tuck those wires and tie them behind the swinger. Its a cheap mans exhaust....if I were you i'd save up and buy a full system tho....JMO
you make a good point, however, your comparison lacks a few things. replacing exhuast on a bike not only can save roughly 10 pounds, but will also add a handful of HP. keep in mind how little the bike weighs too. now with a truck, replacing full exhaust is not going to make much of a difference in weight, along with power too. power to weight ratio stays nearly the same.tarheelguy said:dont be cheap and just take off the pipe and leave it like that please, it looks cheap, you look cheap, and makes the bike look bad. the slip on isnt a bad alternative to full exhaust. to me 1/10th of the bikes cost for exhaust is rediculous. i wouldnt pay 5k dollars for exhaust on my truck since 1/10th of 50k is 5k for you math majors!
undo the cables from the exup servo motor instead of letting them hang. the bike will b fineSo if I just let the exup cables dangle but leave them connected so there won't be any start up errors. Will this be bad for the bike in the long run? How will it affect it the engine?