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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-14-2013, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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.....sup all......is thre a slip on muffler that has a slight rumble and sheds the weight of the stock one ? .....not looking for loud just a nice note with the slight increase in performance as well.....even if i have to rejet.......thanks in advance and keep 2 wheels up
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......is thre a slip on muffler that has a slight rumble and sheds the weight of the stock one ? .....not looking for loud just a nice note with the slight increase in performance as well.....even if i have to rejet.......
There is no just thing as a slip on with a slight rumble. All slip-ons are loud, that's why they are lightweight....empty tin cans compared to the heavily baffled steel drums which are stock mufflers.

You can hear an array of exhaust for the Ninja 250 in videos on You Tube.

You can also get baffles for most slip-ons, which will also reduce the need to re-jet, however shimming should be done a the least for a slip on exhaust.

Shimming the needles can change the tone at which the airbox resonates, giving it a light grumble with throttle inputs while saving your eardrums and potential harassment from LEOs in SOCAL. (see California Law SB435)
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.....thanks for the reply and info
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