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Slip-on turn into full system?

Is it possible to install a slip-on and then later on down the road purchase the header and have the system as whole be compatible? Specifically an Akra slip-on for an 05-06.
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Yup, Arrow sells the header by itself. You can attach it to any slip

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Here is a link to Cycle Sector's site, just so you can read up on it

http://www.cyclesector.com/ProductDe...T-HEADERS600RR

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Is arrow the only company that makes an adaptable header?
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That I know of, they make a good product though. I eventually want to get their full system. You really can't go wrong with it

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the link I just read appears to be a description for a "race-tech" header and not an integrable unit.
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Hmm, how about the install how to from Browning Buck then?

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?p=1816557

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And I found yeah the right Header finally, haha

http://www.monkeyworkscycle.com/Sear...lts.asp?Cat=57

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jardine also has headers

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definitely possible but not usually cost effective
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Is there a decent gain if you ad headers?
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Is there a decent gain if you ad headers?
only if you add a PC & custom map.


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so is it worth it to get the headers and pc/tune?
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so is it worth it to get the headers and pc/tune?
Youll get more out of getting a good shock, and fork work done for the same money. If you already have that, and your brakes upgraded, then yes thats the next step.
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Youll get more out of getting a good shock, and fork work done for the same money. If you already have that, and your brakes upgraded, then yes thats the next step.
i agree but he seems not the type of getting into trackdays like we do, we have lots of guys here that buy a full exhaust & PCIII as a first mod.


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