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LEO VINCE slip ons superior? 07+

I have stock catback. Keep reading other threads around the web concluding that Leo vince exhausts put the most power to the tire and are pitchly sound!

I thought maybe i should make my own thread(why not?:) asking my own cats.

Is Leo vince really better? how?
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Slip on hp gains are minimal. If you want a little bit of power you need a full system. Otherwise, slip ons are purely for sound. I liked my leo.

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It depends on the manufacturer really, I would not say LeoVince are superior. Brands like Akrapovic and Arrow are superior IMO and are usually my first choice. With some manufacturers a slip on will add 3HP to a 600RR and a full system will add another 3HP, these numbers are subject to manipulation in a lot of different ways. You have to prioritize what you are looking for, i.e. performance, sound, quality etc, and then decide.

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Even with a complete system you'll still need a remap (power commander for example)

If you just change the slip-on in fact you'll loose power at low RPMs... Which is quite a draw back considering that our bikes have very little power at low RPMs with stock configuration.

They way to go is complete system (slip on + headers) + tuning box but you know that means a lot of $$$$$

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leo vince is, in my superior biased honest and factual opinion THE BEST!

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I've run a Jardine RT-1 Carbon fiber slip-on. Ran it for a couple days without a PC3 on my '07....I will NEVER run a slip-on without a fuel management system. The throttle response down low SUCKED.

The best part of the Jardine was the noticeable weight savings over the stock exhaust.

I have a LEO Vince Carbon fiber full system on my new '07....I should be able to take it out next month to see what its about.

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