05-22-2011, 12:21 AM
Post Master General
Joined: Sep 2010
I Ride: 2015 636 Carbon Grey
Originally Posted by THUG
isnt the reason just to change the sound
modding your stock pipe never sounds good. there's more to it than just hollowing it out. i'd say take your time learning your bike as is, grab your pipe when youre ready, slap it on and go.
with a slip on, you gain a few horse power, but you will want to get a fuel management system since theres a new flow.
even when we seem hard on you about everything, it's literally the best way to do things. you might WANT to do something you think sounds right, but most of us here are really knowledgable, and when you put us all together, we're like a huge GENIUS.