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Street slayer is ONLY offered as a Slip-on.
You "cut off" the Stock Cat, and then install the slip-on and midpipe.


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Would a fuel controller such as a PCV or Bazzaz box be required (or recommended) since that cat is removed? Even then it is still at a decent price point. You guys have great pricing on the PCV and I think I'd add a QS at some point.
 

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Would a fuel controller such as a PCV or Bazzaz box be required (or recommended) since that cat is removed? Even then it is still at a decent price point. You guys have great pricing on the PCV and I think I'd add a QS at some point.
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The PCV is not something you "Have to Have "
You can install a slip-on and or filter, and go ride.

But, normally most guys wind up getting a PCV to help their bike run better. Smoother throttle, more efficient.
The bikes tend to run really lean to meet EPA Emissions.

We will be doing all these mods on our R3 project bike.

Adding a quick shifter is a must for us.

Once you have used a quick shifter, it's hard not to have one on your bike. Specially with GP Shift. Nothing like CLUTCHLESS Wide open Throttle Shifts, entering onto the interstate, or leaving a stoplight. ;-)




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