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For some reason this whole 600~700cc section of streets/sportsbikes only has full one-piece exhausts from the factory thus needing a full exhausts as slip-ons are impossible (unless you go full red neck and start cutting welding and whatever??)
edit: (is red neck a slur or something (when you write it as a single word with no spaces - ******* )? The forum censored it with stars (****). Im european lol)

Kawa Z and Ninja 650, CB and CBR 650, MT07 and R7 etc, all are one-piece exhausts.
I don't know about you guys, but I smell a conspiracy.
Putting one-piece on arguably the most sold cc sector, so that the people who want a little more power/sound have to go full out instead of a simple slip-on...
 

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For some reason this whole 600~700cc section of streets/sportsbikes only has full one-piece exhausts from the factory thus needing a full exhausts as slip-ons are impossible (unless you go full red neck and start cutting welding and whatever??)
edit: (is red neck a slur or something (when you write it as a single word with no spaces - *** )? The forum censored it with stars (****). Im european lol)

Kawa Z and Ninja 650, CB and CBR 650, MT07 and R7 etc, all are one-piece exhausts.
I don't know about you guys, but I smell a conspiracy.
Putting one-piece on arguably the most sold cc sector, so that the people who want a little more power/sound have to go full out instead of a simple slip-on...
I cannot imagine the exhaust companies are working with the manufacturers. Well at least not the Asian manufacturers. Ik Ducati works with a bunch of companies such as Akrapovic and whatnot but they make art pieces and people buy them(not saying I wouldn’t buy one but you get my point). Those exhausts and are made with that super flamboyant Italian nature. Example A:
Tire Wheel Automotive tire Vehicle Automotive lighting
 
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