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Trying to find a place selling the Leo Vince for the R3 and ended up at this old post, haha.

So, anyone know where you can buy this exhaust, and how much it costs?
 

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That is a universal slip-on can they are mounting custom to headers.

Best value you are going to find anywhere is the leo vince full system @ anunaki. For slip on the TYGA seems to be a good bang for the buck. Looks good. Good price. Good vendor.

Obviously street slayer cutting stock header.

Not many options for short and tucked tight exhaust. I went with this junk from Brazil. Showed up crooked and they said they would send me another one free. Never heard from them so I disputed the charge. Go with a solid vendor.


****, thats a shame b/c those pictures look awesome, lol!

Right now I am leaning towards the TYGA. I've bought parts from them before and they are fantastic people to work with. Quality is great, too, and you can't beat $200 shipped! I'm mostly just wondering if the sound will be a noteworthy change at all. The TYGA sounds a little deeper, but you just never know.

At the end of the day no slip on will really give you much sound unless you cut the headers like the M4, or go with a full-exhaust.
 

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Would I need a remap if I installed a full Leo Vince exhaust?
I probably would, and it is recommended you do at some point. From the information I gathered on this board I'd say you don't have to do it right away, but it is something you should do
 

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There's no need to remap your street use R3.
If your main purpose is to take your bike to the track, recommended to remap.
Full system exhaust without remap: pops a lot (very useful if you are going 100mph and you want to car in front of you to get out of the way)
(popping sound is achieved by decreasing your throttle)
 
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