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im sure this is a repost but i dont wanna search for it...anyone done this yet and what differences did you see? If you have done this wanna make me one and sell it to me? It could be weld on...i just dont have a pipe bender to make the right angles.

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You could always just just it right in the middle of the bulge. Then dig out the cat and re weld the bulge back together.

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yea but then it looks all janky...ill see what i can do with another pipe. thanks for the idea...i guess if all else fails...right now i gotta get a better saw.

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Its not worth your efforts man. If you want results, get an aftermarket header.
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Its not worth your efforts man. If you want results, get an aftermarket header.
I know thats the best route but the slip on i have doesnt have a full system available. Im not sure how another manufacturers header will fit up.

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Get an Arrow header. They can be used with most aftermarket slip-ons. As long as your slip-on can slip over the OEM flange from the cat then it will mate to an Arrow header.



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^ ya,, ever think of just getting a full system? not only does it not look 'Janky' but in fact it looks 'killer'

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There is a guy over in forum.gottrack.net that was doing these. Might check that out.



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^ ya,, ever think of just getting a full system? not only does it not look 'Janky' but in fact it looks 'killer'
I know the thing is, until i was told, was that the slip on that i have (Hyper Flo) doesnt make a full system so i didnt know how a different manufacturers header would mount up to this.

Whats an arrow header cost?

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Pft! You can get an Arrow header for FREE!!!

Don't even ask how unless you're truly a .

But seriously, you should have no problems with using an Arrow header with your slip-on. Hell, the Arrow will work with your stock slip-on...



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Bringing this thread back because I am also wanting to go with a Hyperflo exhaust and was going to give the Arrow headers a shot with it since Hyperflo doesn't have their full system out yet and because the arrow headers are so seXXXy. (the Hyperflo site does say they will be releasing a full exhaust for the RRs but no date...)

So, 2k7-6RR did you get the Arrow headers or has anyone tried these two together yet? From looking at the arrow headers and the mid-pipe from the Hyperflo it LOOKS like they will meet and fit together, but of course without seeing the two together who knows...

I'm sure the mid-pipe and header will fit together at the flange, but I was more worried about them meeting up in the right spot. Would that be an issue you think or would I be right in thinking that all mid pipes should be generally the same length and bend because all slips on would either be mating up to stock headers or the Arrow headers/some other brand of aftermarket headers and they should all come to about the same point to mount the slip on to. If that makes any sense...

If no one has tried it yet I am still going to try and if they don't match up I guess I'll try and sell the Hyperflo and go with my second exhaust choice, a Two Bros/Arrow set up.
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or better yet if you dont want to buy headers and or dont have the funds yet...I gutted my 05 cat when i installed my yoshi slip on. Just take a chisel and a hammer and hammer away at the honeycomb thats in your pipe right where your slip on slides over and once you break it all off start your bike with no pipe on and blow out all the excess metal and crab in your pipe.Than put your exhaust and bike back together.I makes a difference in fuel and throttle response,definetly recommend doing that to anyones bikes that just is going to install a slip on
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Hey guys,

I know this is probably a dead post but I'm thinking about what Deezee was talking about and just hallow out the cat untill I can splurge and do a full system with a cat eliminator but I have a few questions before I go through with it. Will hallowing out the cat effect the back pressure for the engine at all? Will it increase/decrease MPG or does it keep it the same? Will it change the tone at all(I have a stock exhaust right now)?
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