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Welcome to the forum. Hopefully someone can give feedback on the Dimecity slip on. I know there has been a lot of discussion on other brands. I hope to get the 2 Bros stainless exhaust next season along with sending my ECU to Ivan for reflash.

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I have the 16" Slashcut, it's a decent install. You'll need more than just the muffler, you'll also need an adapter set.
I chose to use the EMGO muffler reducer set and used some Muffler and Tailpipe sealer to seal it in.
Next you're going to also need to bend the mount into somewhat of an "S" bend. the mount is long enough to get back to a decent mounting point(where you're old muffler's bracket was installed) but it has to transverse about 2 inches laterally towards the center of the bike and then straighten back out. I used a heat gun to heat the mount up to a malleable point and bent it using pliers and by hand. You will also need to drill a hole at one end to mount to said point. I simply used a commercial bit set and a hand drill, then bored it out with a dremel. Took a few minutes and some WD40 but it did the job. Lastly, once you get it all installed you will start your bike up, see a blast of baffling out the back end and realize that Dime City doesn't pack their baffles for ****.
, in conjunction with some stainless steel wire. Be aware that the exhaust is small and will not even take a quarter of that pack to wrap so you will have extra material for the future if you decide to go with that. The result is a very beautiful thump while idling and a very nice but not overpowering roar when accelerating. I did mine in conjunction with an Ivan's reflash and a K&N install. If you need the o2 sensor, you will need to have a bung installed.
 

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I must also mention that the 12" will not work unless you get a different mounting bracket. It is too short to reach a mounting point and to be honest it looks far too short, see above attached photos and understand that is a 16" and the 12" lacks the slash as well so it looks rather odd. also the video I linked I am being mild with the throttle as I am in a garage which amplifies, it IS quite loud but nothing that will hurt your hearing if you have a helmet on.
 

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Thanks for all the Info. Do I have to put the O2 sensor back on? What would it do if I didn't install it back on? thank you
 

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Thanks for all the Info. Do I have to put the O2 sensor back on? What would it do if I didn't install it back on? thank you
If you get Ivan’s reflash, no. If you don’t, yes - otherwise you’ll get an error code flashing up. It’ll also affect low RPM running (when the O2 sensor is needed for closed-loop running. At least, I think that’s the right way round!!) :grin2:

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