Want to see the install and to see how it sounds?
You don't "need" the servo buddy. All you got to do is to remove the cables from the oem servos and you will be set. If you want to save weight, you can put servo buddies instead. (will need 2). Also the rear servo is a tough one to get to, using a servo buddy makes it much easier to put back once you remove the oem servo.Install Question:
- When you remove the header and actuators, do you have to put a servo buddy on it in order to prevent a dash warning (like you do when removing the flap valve in the back of the 15-16 models)?
Dayum that sounds SWEET.
No two in total. One for the front servo one for the rear servo.Yes, I took the rear one off and used a Servo Buddy; it was a pain in the ass. You mean you'll need two more for the FRONT if you chose that route?
If you have a 17, yes. If you have a 15-16, no.I read the rest of this thread but didn't see any info, I have the SLIP-ON for this but planned to add on titanium headers later to get rid of the gross CAT. Buying just the headers to pair with the slip on should be a perfect match??
It doesn't effect much in positive or negative way.Does the extra pipe that goes to the can on the 17+ does anything? Like loose a little power?
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They utilize the can from the gp slip on. Akrapovic had a big challenge to be able to supply enough slip ons to fit the new EU4 emission complaint bike. This is why the full system utilizes that slip-on so that they can have enough of both products to meet demand. They say there is no advantage or disadvantage on performance.