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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-04-2001, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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I am considering installing a pair of slip ons onto my 00 ZX6E, will I most likely need to rejet with slip ons? I also am looking for online sites with a good selection of parts and accesories for my bike. Any suggestions? Any help will be appreciated.
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here's my advice...get a new 4-2-1 full system...you'll save a ton of weight over the stock pipes....its a little more expensive, but well worth it in my opinion...and once you've done that, rejet it...

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will is dead-on with this one.

but if you really want the dual exhaust (and i don't think you should want it) you should also re-jet. jetting is VERY important to drivability. it will make the bike ride better.

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