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    Muffler Choices

    Just removed the stock exhaust with Cat and all, any recommendations for cost effective muffler? That will pass tech? I've seen the Chinese knockoffs for around $100.00 does anyone have experience with these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Fox View Post
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    Stay away from knock off..and I recommend a fuel tuner or flash with a tune to get the most of your bike after the exhaust.
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    Used mufflers are a good alternative if you don't mind something a little rashed or dented.
    If new then m4 is a good deal.
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