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Exhaust hey guys just bought my first bike. now im lookin for an exhuast or slip on that will give it some more bass. any ideas???

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Look around and see what you can find for your bike. Personally, I like my Micron and feel it gives out a lot of bass, but I'm not sure if they make one for your's bike. One thing to remember is you can never just add an exhaust. The air flow changes then the fuel flow needs to change to compensate for it. This could mean new jets for your carbs.

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