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Old 10-18-12, 04:24   #471
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The later headers (2009/12) wont fit an early (2006/08) bike. So what ever you do don't waste money on those.
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Old 10-18-12, 04:38   #472
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The later headers (2009/12) wont fit an early (2006/08) bike. So what ever you do don't waste money on those.
I really wish FMF or akrapovic would make some modified exhaust port attachments so they can be used on the 06...
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Old 10-20-12, 11:33   #473
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I looked through the pages and didn't see anything about if an slip on exhaust from an 06-07 would fit on a 12. If I missed it my bad.
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I looked through the pages and didn't see anything about if an slip on exhaust from an 06-07 would fit on a 12. If I missed it my bad.

a slip on should fit, What kind of exhaust is it?
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Old 10-20-12, 13:53   #475
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I am looking at the ixil 3-unx exhaust.
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Old 11-15-12, 09:33   #476
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Does anyone know how the size on the cat? I'm gonna make my one low boy system but I need to know how much I have to expand to the pipe to slip over it
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Hi from Sydney, Just orders the Comp Werkes Dual from ( TJ ) has anyone done the Stationary Decibal Level at 6300 Rpm with the Comp Werkes Dual slip on,
The Standard Exhaust is 94 db on the Sticker underneath the Pillion SeatClick image for larger version

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Could one use a Arrow Slip-on Exhaust A9600199 with an Arrow Full Race KIT Exhaust A9600197 headers and mid-pipe
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Well with the new Daytona comes a new exhaust.
Arrow and JT's are currently working on a new full system for the 2013 bikes. The guys from JT's set off on Friday to Italy with a new bike after trying a couple of systems that Arrow sent over here. Also Scorpion here in the UK are developing a full system.
As soon as I get more info I will post up.
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I looked through the pages and didn't see anything about if an slip on exhaust from an 06-07 would fit on a 12. If I missed it my bad.
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a slip on should fit, What kind of exhaust is it?
All slips on will fit, nothing has changed on the tail section for the Daytona until the new model.
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