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Slip-On Exhaust Questions

So I plan on putting the Leo Vince OVAL EVO II slip-on, onto my bike. Before I go ahead and jump on and ride it, I have heard that many slip on exhaust kill the down low power, and that people should consider upping the air and fuel intake.

So my question is, for those of you that have slip-ons, should this be something that I worry about? Or is it ok to jump on and ride?

Thank you for any input.

Edit: And when I do have it installed, for those of you that are also looking into exhausts, I will be posting a video of the sound to give you an idea

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Just install, ride, and enjoy the sound Of it, because that's probably the only difference you'll notice when you ride.


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Slip on will not change the fueling enough to make any difference.

Put it on, ride and enjoy the loudness..
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You don't need to fiddle with pc's or anything for just a slip on. You can always put a pc on if you were that worried about it. If you go full system with aftermarket air filter I'd recommend a pc... Highly

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Ah, fine choice good sir. Fine fine choice.

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