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So did this at the track a while's back. I was wondering if this is going to require me to get a new slip-on. The damage seems to be limited to the outside as you can see straight down the pipe without any damage. My question is will this affect bike performance or somehow safety?

I'd prefer not to shell out money for another exhaust. Plus, I bought the bike where it was already tuned to the akrapovich and I can't find any akra's for the 2003rr that I have and don't feel like getting a new exhaust and tune.

any advice would be much appreciated.
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I think one of those wet fibreglass exhaust repair kits would work perfectly here. It may not look pretty, but it should work.

Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N582CBY..._1519165989050

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- Micron Slip on - Pair/EVAP delete
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OR shorten it. Also check on eBay, I saw akrapovic sleeve replacement kit before.
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I think that wet repair kit would be perfect as long as you guys dont' think there would be any sort of performance loss. thanks dudes
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Works for me. I did the aluminum replacement after the carbon twill broke apart on my 650 carbon exhaust. They work great.
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