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Who was it put a RMZ slipon on a DRZ?

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Thanks man. I searched his name for threads but I must have missed it

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Dont waste your time with a slipon on a drz, the headpipe is the major restriction. MRD full system is tops but Yosh RS2 is ok too.

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I have the CRD headpipe and slipon RMZ with adaptation and db killer homemade:

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Looks very good!

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The reason I ask is because I have a FMF Q4 slipon and its to loud. Im going to put on the Q4. A buddy has one I like the sound alot. A little louder than stock. Thing is FMF doesnt make the Q4 Titanium for the DRZ. Just aluminum verson. The TI version is almost 2 pounds lighter. I know it isnt that much lighter but if it wasnt a big deal to mount the RMZ slip on a DRZ than I would buy the TI version. If its a major pain then I wouldnt do it. I pmd Souperfly and waiting for a response.

Jose how hard was the to mount?

What year RMZ slip on do I need?

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I have the CRD headpipe and slipon RMZ with adaptation and db killer homemade:

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zttahg.jpg

286sdjb.jpg

Sick bike! love the black rims with blue and yellow stripes!:banana:

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Great work!!! josebdx2002, can you tell me if the slip on mounts are compatible with the DRZ mounts?

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You need a tube:

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I buy a 2006 rmz exhaust in ebay for 53€+50€ all the adaptation.

I love the sound.:banana:

Thats exactly what I had to do with mine. I cut part of the piping from the stock silencer to make my own mid pipe.

Sorry for taking so long to get back to ya, been on vacation!

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