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Hello!


I am looking for a recommendation regarding what I should do to improve the sound of the exaust. I am looking for an easy and not too expensive option without having to use power commander, this has lead me to the conclusion that i should by a "slip on"?


I have spent the last hours googeling but can mostly find "full exaust" options. Can any one guide me in the right direction?
Also, can i look for slip ons for the (MT/FZ)-07 and/or XSR900 aswell?


Thank you for any help!
 

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Hoi,

There are full exhaust systems only, because the OEM is one system only as well.

For the 900 there is a similar built, with three cylinders it is senseless to try an installation on the 700 bike.
 

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Thanx!

Thank you for your replys!






If the OEM-exhaust is one solud unit, the nof course a slip on is no option.


I found out that both SC-project and black window provide full exhausts that work "plug and play". I will probably go with this option.
 

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The Yoshimura Y series sold on Yamaha's online shop (or through your local dealer) is considered plug and play. It sounds great, even with the baffle/db killer still installed. I run one on my bike and I really like the sound and performance. I do however use Ftecu activetune software, but it did run fine before I decided to go that route.
 

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I have installed a Mivv Ghibli which I can recommend. It´s of good quality, not overly expensive, looks good and sounds great. A little bit too loud in my opinion, but that is subjective.
Also recommended - and not too loud for me with the bung still in. Just makes the bike sound like it should IMHO :)
 
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