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Headers? Cat eliminator?

new to the forum, basically i have a 2011 cbr600rr with MGP growler exhaust. im looking to get rid of my cat while keeping my slip on. are there any type of headers or mid piping that will take care of this? other than buying a full system does anybody have a recommendation?
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They will have the individual header not a full system? and it will line up with my aftermarket mid piping and slipon?
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they line up with just about all the slip ons im pretty sure

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And yes they sell just the headers i got mine from cycle sector

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finish it off with an Arrow can......

toss the cheapo slip on, unless you are a teenager!
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sorry for the sarcasm.

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+1 for the arrow, it feels so light compared to the stock! but if you really want to take out the cat... there is a how to thread on here for the 07, gl
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IIRC the weight of the complete Arrow exh. syst. was about 20 lbs.....

Stock set was about 40lbs....could feel the difference when riding!
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I have absolutely no idea why you would want to gut your cat and leave a slip on. But as others have said arrow headers are very light and are the way to go.
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the cat is high flow enough that its pointless to take it off.

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The cat is heavy as F. Gut it and the stock headers are actually pretty nice.
That being said I'm not using my gutted headers anymore, if you want them we can figure out a price.

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Thanks for the feedback dudes! ill be sure to look into everything.
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