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looking for some advice

Ok so i have owned my bike now so a little over a year now and i know that i have a Jardine Race exhaust but i need a little help. How do you tell if it has a slip-on or full exhaust. The guy i bought it from just told me that it was a Jardine so any help would be great guys thanks in advance.
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a slip on is just muffler and mid-pipe.... full system contains muffler, mid-pipe, and header.

Pics Here >> https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=70659

*On falling off a race bike at high speed -It's kind of like tumbling around inside a giant clothes-drier.
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*At 180 mph, when your front wheel wants to play pogo stick, you don't do nothing. You don't sneeze, you don't hiccup, you don't even breathe. All you do is point it and hang on.
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Look at your headers on the bike. If they have crossover tubes running between cylinders 1-2 and 3-4, then you have the factory headers and only a slip on jardine. If there are no crossover tubes then you have jardine headers and a full system.

First make an "S".............for snake, uh.................I mean.............dragon. Then a more different "S".

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oh i see what you meant now sorry about that.... i apparently failed reading comprehenssion... and spelling.... hhahhaha... sai has it right

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*On falling off a race bike at high speed -It's kind of like tumbling around inside a giant clothes-drier.
Dave Aldana (1975)

*At 180 mph, when your front wheel wants to play pogo stick, you don't do nothing. You don't sneeze, you don't hiccup, you don't even breathe. All you do is point it and hang on.
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