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hello! u just want to share pictures of my coffman exhaust! i would say its pretty east to install as long as you have the tools needed for it. i just had a few troubles installing the r3 cover plate. it just required a few bending and tweeking just to make it fit!

anyway here are the tools you are going to need!!?
wrenches and sockets
drill
rivet gun
snap ring pliers (to remove the suppressor

i didn't attached any videos because it doesn't do justice. it really sounds way deeper and throattier than the stock! and for the price $245 i think its a good buy!!

well i don'r know how to rotate the pics so sorry haha!
 

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Coffman slip on exhaust
hello! u just want to share pictures of my coffman exhaust! i would say its pretty east to install as long as you have the tools needed for it. i just had a few troubles installing the r3 cover plate. it just required a few bending and tweeking just to make it fit!

anyway here are the tools you are going to need!!?
wrenches and sockets
drill
rivet gun
snap ring pliers (to remove the suppressor

i didn't attached any videos because it doesn't do justice. it really sounds way deeper and throattier than the stock! and for the price $245 i think its a good buy!!

well i don'r know how to rotate the pics so sorry haha!
 

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I like Coffman's stuff. Probably get the biggest sound improvement with their slip ons vs any other slip ons out there for the r3. And you can't beat the cost! Alas, I went for the Yoshimura Y-series R3 exhaust mainly because it looks great and is tailored specifically for our bike.
If you can do a sound clip post a link!
 

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