Went a different route, so looking to move this one...Yoshimura Y Series Slip-on that was already in place when I purchased the bike. Just a little quite for my liking...helmet is kinda noisy due to wind and I wanted something with more volume. This one has a nice tone and rumble and will start sounding really good in the mid to upper rpm range, but I don't spend much time there! Glad to answer any questions you may have. $250 plus shipping and located in Tennessee. Thanks for looking!
Hey, good lock with the sale, but this can got my curiosity going when I was looking for slip-ons. I didn't consider it because it didn't have a proper tube and a clamp, but curious if it seals well at the pipe, since it just slides over it with no clamp or anything. But at least it has a proper bracket and no springs . Having said that, it was a royal PITA to slide mine in, so maybe that's a good thing. Ha ha. Since all slip-ons (and stock can) are straight-thru, there should be hardly any back pressure anyway, so guess it shouldn't matter if it seals well or not. Best wishes for the new year gang.
Between Holidays and work schedule, it will be end of this week before I can get to the post office to get a quote...when I have it, I'll let you know what I find out. Can't imagine it being more than $20 - $25 bucks though!
Both the stock and that accessory slip-ons are straight-thru, and have no provision for a 'baffle'. My Graves is similar to that Yoshi, and it's significantly deeper, so it seems significantly louder as well, but it's probably not. At least not at higher rpm, but definitely at lower ones. Mine has an awesome rumble at low rpm, about 3K to 4K being the best. You can feel and hear the 'thumps'; it's awesome. I wouldn't want anything louder. Yoshi makes good quality cans, so it should sound better than stock. And definitely looks better as well. For what the OP is asking, it seems like a no-brainer to me to buy it. If you don't like it, you should be able to sell it for the same price. All of the decatted systems sound obnoxious and less refined to me, and are just pissing people off, but guess to each his own. And very few slip-ons look OEM, meaning no freaking bands or springs, and this is one of them. My Graves ($450) and Yoshi's Alpha ($500) units finish off that short list. Good luck.
Last Edit: Jan 23, 2019 12:55:24 GMT -7 by elptxjc