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post #1 of 5 Old 01-20-20, 19:27 Thread Starter
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Exhaust options for 2012

I'm trying to throw some parts and money at my 2012 rather than trading in or up to a new bike. Looking at putting a low mount exhaust on to clean up the rear end but they are getting harder to find. Has anyone taken a system off a 2013+ and put it on the older street triple? Looks like for some brands it would be pretty easy to fabricobble something together. If this has been covered I apologize, haven't done much research in the parts department in quite some time.

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post #2 of 5 Old 01-22-20, 16:56
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To easy on your bike, as you have the round port head, and there is LOADS of full systems on Ebay..

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Unfortunately there isn't much out there. If you can find a used full arrow system you would very lucky. Most your going to find is slip on from Leo vinces or competition werkes. I have read of someone getting titanium headers from bodis on the forums. Other than that I don't know. I've been looking for 2 years for an option of weight reduction with performance gains, or atleast no performance lost and I haven't seen squat. stock exhaust notes when hitting 8k rpms always cheers me up.
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There's always Hindle. You can get full systems as long as you don't have a first gen Daytona. I think woodcraft is the importer if your south of the border.
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If you can find a used full arrow system you would very lucky
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