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From what I have read it shouldnt really change anything but the sound, kinda like just running a straight pipe. Now if you take off the cat then you need a PC.
 

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It will mess with your A/F ratio.
 

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So if you just change the slip on to a striaght throw pipe it will throw the tune off a lot? All I plan of changing is the slip on and dont really want to get a PCIII unless I ever do a header or more.
 

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So if you just change the slip on to a striaght throw pipe it will throw the tune off a lot? All I plan of changing is the slip on and dont really want to get a PCIII unless I ever do a header or more.
It can. But most slip-on's are designed for your bike and won't require tuning if you don't want. But it's always a good idea to get her tuned again if you do change slip-on's.
 

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So the consensus is you can throw a slip-on on your bike and there will be no ill effects with out a PC-3? No running lean? No popping? I would like to just throw a slip-on on the bike before dropping like 1600 on a PC and full exhaust.
 

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It can. But most slip-on's are designed for your bike and won't require tuning if you don't want. But it's always a good idea to get her tuned again if you do change slip-on's.
Ok, I just ordered a Competion Werks Ti slip on and thats going to be the extent of my engine mods for awhile and I dont really want to buy a PC at this time for just a slip on.
 
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