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Hi guys help me out I just got a toce short slip on exhaust for my 03 r1, now the thing is this didn’t come with any baffles nor packing just a tip so was wondering what’s the best way to not drop a valve or valves but still able to use this slip on. Stock exhaust with exup still on and this is suppose to slip on right after that ?
 

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Throw it in the trash.
 

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Take it off the bike and set it on fire. If you haven’t installed it yet the proceed with setting it on fire.


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It seems clear what the general opinion of Toce is. If you are concerned about running a straight pipe after the EXUP but you like the shorty, you might consider Coffman or you'll have to fabricate your own packing for the Toce. GL
 

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Thanks people appreciate it will def consider looking into a Coffman cause the short exhaust is def the look I’m going for
 

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Thanks people appreciate it will def consider looking into a Coffman cause the short exhaust is def the look I’m going for


I don’t know how short you’re trying to go but the Austin Racing exhaust is pretty short and it’s a very good product.


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I don’t know how short you’re trying to go but the Austin Racing exhaust is pretty short and it’s a very good product.
Agreed but the challenge with the '02-03 is that, since they're so old, very few people are still making exhausts for them - or any after market parts for that matter.

https://www.mcssl.com/store/coffmansexhaustsystems/catalog/product/73412c3cde074b1198d4105c1aad9fc0

https://www.amazon.com/Coffmans-Shorty-Exhaust-Yamaha-2002-2003/dp/B00I8SIIO6
 
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