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I have been looking for a bolt on to go on my zx6r 2001. It seems like all i can find is slip on's. If i use a slip on do i have to get a new pipe also.. OR COULD SOMEONE TELL ME WERE I CAN FIND A GOOD BOLT ON.
Thank for the help.

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My new Yosh RS-3 is a bolt on. i picked it up at the local parts shop for a song and a dance, and I suck at dancing.





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I had a Yosh slip on as well. Nice looking, sounds good - can't beat the price. Where to buy? Sorry, no leads there. You won't have to replace any section of pipe - just undo the three bolts at the base of your muffler, the bracket, yank the old one off, and reverse the procedure to install the new one. If you want to go really big, you can even cut of the little screen section thingie at the end of the stock pipe. I was happy with my Yosh slip on, until I decided to get my Akrapovic full system - I do, however, miss the noise from the slip on.

If you're anywhere near CO, I still have that can sitting in my garage, just waiting for a new owner....
 

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Hey MrZedExSixArgh, looks like your out in littleton from your profile, I'm over in Saudi Aurora. Do you ride with a group or mostly on your own?

I am trying to find people to ride with that are not squids, not much luck yet. Don't get me wrong I like to have fun just as much as the next guy, but not when all it is doing is attracting the attention of the fuzz or just being down right stupid.

Anywho, I do alot of riding over in the Deer Creek, Turkey Creek, etc... area out that way. Usually on Sunday mornings before the traffic picks up, also because that's usually the only time I have to sneak out of the house.

Good to see another CO rider on the board. Be safe.



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Edited by - aqon2welz on 08/15/2002 00:38:33

Edited by - aqon2welz on 08/15/2002 00:39:30
 

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I think Akrapovic also makes a bolt-on. I just bought a full Akrapovic system so cant speak for the price on a bolt-on. I know they are one of the most expensive exhaust system (my full race system cost around $1100 and that is stainless not Titanium and after my AMA discount(not installed)
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Well got the Bike back today gained around 8hp to the rear tire (12bhp)with a slight flat spot around 5krpm (it goes away at about 5 1/4) but I did not feel like paying 65/hour for another 3hrs on the Dyno for them to fix it until I get ready to take it on the track next season. Oh the 8hp is with a stage 1 jet kit as well.



Edited by - Vazx6r02 on 08/20/2002 19:04:17
 

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most of the ones made for 6Rs are bolt on. It may say slip on but it should actually be called a flange on. Every one I saw said slip on but was the bolt type. Akrapovic makes an awesume sound. Mines a two borthers, which sounds nice and deep but have been told its a little loud.

98 6R. TBR slip-on. No poser add-ons.
 
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