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    Question 2012 750 Cat Removal

    Thanks for taking a moment to read my question(s).

    2012 gsxr 750 with yoshi alpha slip-on. Where would i locate the needed mid-pipe? What issues am i going to run into, or create, when i do this procedure? Electrical issues? Fuel/air issues? Etc. ?? My aim is get a bit more noise out of the thing so the 4-wheeler's can hear that i'm around or near them. The bike is plenty fast and all of that so performance gains for street use are really a non issue. I'm just trying to increase the natural sound and am assuming the cat removal should do the trick. Any thoughts or input will be met with a virtual high-five and a kind hug (no-homo).

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/DECAT-Cat-El...dYiKCm&vxp=mtr


    Pretty expensive and for off-road use only. I like my bikes pretty quite myself.
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    Very nice. Thank you very much Rico.

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