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Slip-on exhaust

I was planning on ordering the Jardine carbon fiber slip on exhaust system. I was wondering will this hurt performance at all if I don't use a power commander too? I don't know if I wana mess with the air/fuel combo yet but don't want to put a new exhaust on there if it's only going to hurt performance.
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it shouldn't hurt performance per-say.... it will affect your air fuel ratio but your bike will be fine... naturally it will be better with a pc and i highly recomend it but you can do with out it.... with no worries... just make sure you warm the bike up well

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