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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-19-2015, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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09 with two bros slip on....

Ok so I have a 09 600rr with a two bros slip on and I'd like to make it more like full system. Anyone know where I can go to get the parts needed?
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What is "like a full system"? Ditch the mediocre slip on and get a full system. Then it will be like a full system.
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Could I not just replace the piping and headers? Or do I got to get a whole new system?
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Doesn't work that way, the mid pipe is different between the slip on and full exhaust systems.

OP if you want to get a "full system" and still use your current slip on you need Arrow headers, available lots of places. They are designed to mimic the stock system mounting locations, stock mid pipe connection point and size so any slip on will bolt right up.

About $600 new, try hardracing.com for one place, plenty of others out there as well.

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a yoshimura header will also work for with your slip on, in case you come across one. not sure if that two brothers one will
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The cheapest way is to get the MJS Performance cat replacement pipe; a J section of piping that replaces the catalytic converter. If you also pull out your EGCV cables, it is basically a full system at that point (the flapper valve remains in open position by default)

http://shop.mjsperformance.com/produ...4&categoryId=4

They also do the entire header for a cleaner, easier install

http://shop.mjsperformance.com/produ...6&categoryId=4
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