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Oh yeah I can dig on that!
 

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Sounds throaty, but probably not quite loud enough. I don't like terribly loud pipes, but usually a bit more than stock sound levels are what does it for me. By the looks of that exhaust system on there, it is a one piece unit, welded together and probably not going to have any slipons available. Unless one of the aftermarket companies gets creative, the only thing available my be a full system.
 

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Sounds throaty, but probably not quite loud enough. I don't like terribly loud pipes, but usually a bit more than stock sound levels are what does it for me. By the looks of that exhaust system on there, it is a one piece unit, welded together and probably not going to have any slipons available. Unless one of the aftermarket companies gets creative, the only thing available my be a full system.
Whats the problem with a welded system? The stock exhaust on my SV is *was* welded into one piece. You just need a sawzall and some patience, then you slip the 'slip-on' right on and clamp her down.
 

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I was sort of hoping it would sound more like the crossplane R1 blat. Whatever though, I'll take what i can get with 414lbs/65lbs of torque!
 

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Sounds throaty, but probably not quite loud enough. I don't like terribly loud pipes, but usually a bit more than stock sound levels are what does it for me. By the looks of that exhaust system on there, it is a one piece unit, welded together and probably not going to have any slipons available. Unless one of the aftermarket companies gets creative, the only thing available my be a full system.
Actually it looks like the muffler is bolted right onto the cat converter and not welded. The cat probably weighs 30lbs though. Might want to remove that cat.

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