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    I have a set of 2002 R6 headers for sale. They are in great shape. I have smashed the pipes down near the collection pipe for them to clear the fz6r oil pan. You can use these how they are or weld in some new piping near the collector if you would like. $100 shipped within the US.
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    Still up for grabs. Shoot me some offers

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    can you clamp a slip on straight to this? Or do you need to weld a adapter piece?

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    You should be able to add most slip-ons with no issues. I saw your other post about the voodoo slip on. I was looking at the coffemann muffler myself. I think it would be an awesome setup.

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    Still up for sale!

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    Just bought bike, poor, and in need of time.

    With time, I will buy it, or someone else will snap this up first.

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    Hey there. This is an honest question, I am not suggesting anything negative about using R6 pipes, but I have been curious:

    What is the advantage of using these with the pipes partly crushed restricting flow some (maybe not significantly), over cutting the cat of the stock headers, then welding a reducer on and sliding on your favorite can?

    I did this with a Delkevic DS70 (Marthy style). If I were to remove my stock but header, use yours with my current can, would there be any performance difference do you think?
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