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Vance & Hines CS One Urban Brawler Dual Slip-On Exhaust For Kawasaki Z1000/Ninja 1000
The CS One Urban Brawler takes a minimalist approach in design that gives just the right look for a streetfighter-style bike like the Kawasaki Z1000. The dual slip-on application for the Z1000 is a dual-tip design available in either a polished or matte black finish, both sporting a laser engraved Vance & Hines CS One logo. As a cat-back fitment on the Z1000, the CS One Urban Brawler puts out a nice throaty growl at a moderate sound level.
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sammidi a:I fitted this to my 2014 model Kawasaki Z1000 ABS model , Needs to take out exhaust valve operating device . You need a device to fool the Control unit ( Locatedbelow seat)of exhaust valve below using spring ,Jul 24, 2014
sammidi a:Price includes Both side exhausts, The butter fly sensor has to be disconnected form original exhaust fitted on only one side of Origial exhaust, You need to dismantle the wheel with its spring ,& can be fixed directly on the Servo motor Below your seat ,Spring rests on base of motor while wheel sitting over it ,( you need to take out the cables connecting this servomotor to original exhaust ) This way we will be fooling the servo motor . ,You can remove decibel killer if u want it ,May 7, 2015
Jason T:Yes it does include both sides. The butterfly in the stock mufflers does not transfer over to them though. You have to remove the cables that run up under the seat that operate the butterfly and you leave the servo that controls them in place or buy a servo buddy like I did and remove the servo as well but it's not necessary. It's a ridiculously easy install. Took me about 30 minutes but now that I've done it once I could probably do it in ten minutes. May 6, 2015
Joshua K:Yes, it comes with both sides. And the butterfly is inside the right side factory muffler. You'll need to disconnect the cables from the servo under the seat. It's easiest to just clip the cables . DO NOT REMOVE THE SERVO. Unless you plan on buying a PC5 or something of the sorts, right away, as the FI light will come on. May 6, 2015
Derrick B:Hey ... Yes you get both sides when you order ... You will however have to disconnect the exhaust servo. I lost just a little torque when I did so, but it's just barely noticeable when pulling off from a stop. May 6, 2015
Richard W:Yes it comes with both sides. I have a 2014, so I just needed to remove the factory pipes and install these. On the older models you will need to remove the cables running from the solenoid under the seat.May 6, 2015
Eric C:It will fit on your bike. The tapped hole on the right pipe to connect the underside heat shield was about 1/8" off on mine. Worst case scenario drill a hole next to the existing one and move the nut over to grab the screw. It all gets covered by the heat shield, so you should be set.Apr 11, 2015
Corey S:Yes, the price you see is for 2 (two) exhaust tips, one for the left and one for the right. And as the pictures show, each tip splits into 2 final tips. And for the record, it sounds pretty good. Makes it safer in my opinion, as the stockers are soooo quiet.May 21, 2014
Joshua K:The only thing you have to remove is the exhaust valve cables from the servo under the seat. They are only connected to the right side muffler. Clipping them works best. DO NOT SPIN THE SERVO. If you do it will cause the check engine light to pop on. Feed the cables down from under the seat and then remove the mufflers. Be sure not to damage the exhaust doughnut. You'll need them to replace the new mufflers. Jun 9, 2015
Ted M:Yes, it fit on my 2014, however the heat shields of the '13 are diff than ours, so more stainless stock exhaust is exposed. The black slip ons looked out of place, so I painted the stock exhaust black,now it looks great!Jul 24, 2014