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Slip-On Exhaust: Yamaha XSR700


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What slip-on exhausts would you recommend for a Yamaha XSR 700? I don't have the cash for a full exhaust system refit but really want to open up the stock grumble a little. Nothing obnoxious but at the moment, the only person who can hear anything is the rider sitting on top of the engine.

I shouldn't need an ECU flash with a slip-on, right or wrong?

EDIT: Just seen on another post that it's not possible to use a slip-on with the xsr700 that you have to use a full system. Anyone know if that's right?

EDIT EDIT: Ok, yep..have to replace the whole system.

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That's normal for a bike that's not a huge seller, it's easier to make pipes fit than, usually, have to design an end can from the ground up that will only fit a specific model. By making the pipes, it means they can use an exhaust that's used on multiple bikes.

One to consider is the Scorpion. £529 for a full system, I have it on my bike and it's great.

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