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Wasnt a fan of the vacuum sized stock exhaust so opted for this little guy to clean up the profile of the bike.

Sounds super aggressive and very rumbly, people definitely hear me coming now!

I'm really happy with it


259$ on eBay for those wondering.
 

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Looks killer! Only thing I'd change is to tighten up the wrap job.
i feel yah on the wrap job! its got some brackets in that one spot where the 2 headers meet which causes it to kinda "jut out" a bit, straight on it looks alright but at that angle i took a pic it definitely looks off :p
 

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Just out of curiosity, why do people wrap their exhausts?

I can understand if it's made from raw metal pipe and you want to pretty it up... ?

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Just out of curiosity, why do people wrap their exhausts?

I can understand if it's made from raw metal pipe and you want to pretty it up... ?

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technically theyre supposed to help with heat distribution but i always enjoyed the look, plus i found the black matte pipes were an eyesore which prompted the wrap.


its also what i love about bikes, you can make them your own :D
 

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If I'm considering a slip-on purely to improve the sound, am I doing it for the wrong reasons? I don't hate the way the stock can looks and the 300 is already plenty light...but I do wish it sounded...meaner.
 

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If I'm considering a slip-on purely to improve the sound, am I doing it for the wrong reasons? I don't hate the way the stock can looks and the 300 is already plenty light...but I do wish it sounded...meaner.
It's your bike and your money.

I put the TBR on mine for looks and sound only.

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If I'm considering a slip-on purely to improve the sound, am I doing it for the wrong reasons? I don't hate the way the stock can looks and the 300 is already plenty light...but I do wish it sounded...meaner.
I put a slip-on on my 300 for purely sound, but turned out to be a huge safety improvement as well.
Say what you will about loud exhausts, but before I did the slip-on I swear I'd have at least 5 people accidentally merge into my lane daily because the Rebel 300 is so quiet.
Even since the install, hasn't happened once.
 
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