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Leo Vince GP Style EVO II Slip-On Exhaust Suzuki GSXR600 / GSXR750
The Leo Vince GP Style EVO II Slip-On Exhaust provides a great combination of quality, performance and price for those who are seeking to customize their motorcycle quickly and without major modifications. Its design was derived from Leo Vince's experience with leading teams and engineers from MotoGP and World Superbike and their need for an ultra compact muffler that will not compromise performance. The muffler and mid-pipe of the GP Style EVO II are both made of AISI 304 stainless steel with a titanium-like finish. To keep the profile of the exhaust uninterrupted Leo Vine has employed a strapless carbon fiber mounting bracket. Within the muffler lies a dual curved baffle chamber which gives it both a unique race sound as well as great performance characteristics.
- CAD/CAM design for precise fit
- Sandblasted titanium-like finish
- Boost horsepower across RPM range
- AISI 304 Stainless Steel internal construction
- Streamlined GP style
- Aggressive exhaust note
- Tuned to work with stock fuel settings
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Is a mid pipe required for OEM headers?
BEST ANSWER: The Leo Vince GP Style EVO II Slip-On will replace the stock slip on, using the OEM headers and mid pipe, so you would be good to go with a simple swap. Please note, you may have to remap your FI to experience the best performance gains, and who doesn't want performance!
This seems to be the lightest exhaust but what is the horsepower gain? Would I be better off with this or the two brothers s1r?