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Old 05-23-12, 07:53   #1
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Soooooo, i notice that alot of people on here like or would like to put a full exhaust system on their beloved 675(R) but dont want to pay $1500+ for one. So what do you do, take off your header buy all the pieces to make it a true header without the cat and crummy EXUP valve and find someone who can do a good job at wielding like "abc" did here [ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=61376"]http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=61376 [/ame]

but that seems pretty hard, right? well i wrote MJS http://www.mjsperformance.com/ a message (for those of you who dont know, they are a company that takes factory headers and turns them into a race like header) asking them if they would start building a header/exhaust system for our Triumphs and got a reply saying that "We love taking on new products. You may see some soon." I know that i would definitely buy one of these over a $500 akra header or having to build my own, good thing about them is you have the option of sending them your old header for a small refund or you can keep it if you want.

Anyways, i told the guy that i bet alot of you would love this alternative to a super expensive system, what are y'alls opinions? would you buy one of these and if so, you should write them here https://shop.mjsperformance.com/contactus.sc saying they should build them
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That was my first option... I love mms I had that on my gsxr great great work!!!! I was very happy with it and it sounded tits.... They weren't offering a product when I was looking into my project... Also you would have to have them weld a merge collector in if you wanted that option or just go with straight pipe all the way through
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you should write them and give them some details, you know a little bit more bout what needs to be done then i do
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you should write them and give them some details, you know a little bit more bout what needs to be done then i do
I don't think they would sell it to be honest the amount of gsxr, cbr, and r6 out there compared to 675s are huge... For them to make a product that few people would buy would pointless for them from a sellers standpoint... Il send an email though lol
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Hey Negative Nancy, Have you met Debby Downer?
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i sent an email. i would like to do this too. rather then get seperate parts and make shift an exhaust. please keep me in the loop
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Me and her are good friends.... We hung out last night :)
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My friend has a header from them on his R6. Great quality! I would have done this if availible at the time I got my exhaust.
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Me and her are good friends.... We hung out last night :)
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hey beggers cant be choosers.... i chose her :) lol on a more serious note.. mjs was the first place i looked at for headers when i wanted to do my project...
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