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    I can't seem to find any information on this, maybe because it's obvious? I have an 01 R6 header and PCV. Does this mean I need to get an R6 slip on? and if so does it have to be for that year?

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    I have those exact questions, sometimes the basic ones are the hardest to answer it seems...

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    I picked up some 2003 r6 headers cheap locally so am no also interested in knowing if there's a difference in size for them it looks to be around a 2" pipe? would something like this be sufficient and will i need to weld on some mounting equipment?


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    Hey Pandyman, you get a good deal and are they in good shape? Let me know what slip on you go with and how easy the install is.

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    they look ok, cost me $80 aus ~ $60 us$ , I'm away for a week and then i'll have a play- first step is putting the o2 sensor hole in so i don't upset my ecu. I'll double check the output size and let you know for sure. but i'm planning on something like i posted from black widow as i dont want to be too loud.

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    Are you planning to get a power commander as well?

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    possibly later on, i need new tyres first so i'll see how it goes with just the exhaust swap.
    I'd prefer to keep air pump and o2 sensor if i can.
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    Are both of those inside the catalytic converter on the stock exhaust?

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    the pump is in the airbox and pumps air into the exhaust to help burn the unburnt fuel in the cat. there are block off plates to cover the holes in the airbox if you remove it.

    the O2 (lambda) sensor on my bike is just before the cat where the pipes all join into 1
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