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Difference between the Slipon Exhaust and the 3/4

Hey folks, Just wondering what the difference between the Yoshimura R77 Slipon Exhaust and the R77 3/4 Exhaust is?

Sound different?
Fit different?

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Slip-On system includes R-55 muffler, stainless steel tail-pipe, installation hardware, and detail step-by-step instructions.

3/4 Systems include R-77 muffler, stainless steel mid-pipe, Yoshimura built under-belly muffler, and all necessary hardware for installation.


looks like the 3/4 system includes the mid-pipe

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