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Holy crap....I just read like three different discussions. All with different, well opinions if I had to say. I know that most bikes can easily handle a slip on exhaust without any type of aftermarket fuel control. I have a brand new 2008 700xx and I just got my Two Bros slip on in today. My bike only has about 6 hours on it, and I've been riding street bikes and dirt bikes for years, and both of my sport bikes are EFI. Once again no issues without piggy backs. I understand the concept very well, but I just don't want to tear my shit up by not buying a juice box.

So ultimately what is the answer...yes or no. Can I run the frickin muffler on the bike without tearing it up? LOL, just don't want to buy a new engine. Thanx in advance.

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Oh man! Once again...two opinions. I know about open and closed loop air/fuel systems. I'm just not sure about the specs and limittations of the 700xx's system. Seems crazy that the aftermarket producers didn't advise something like that on the package... Two Bros said that it just optimizes performance, but like I said, I asked because I didn't know. Thanks guys! Although I received the exact same two bits of info as the other 70 something threads, LOL!!! Rival opinions...
 

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Thanks guys, I appreciate the input. I will be getting a PC5 soon. Maybe a lil after Christmas. I just do run my quad hard. I'm in Louisiana...at sea level, so I'm not sure how that will affect me. I'll just keep a close eye on my plug. I just never thought that a stinkin slip on would throw the AFR's off to that extent. But once again, if I see issues, I'll put the stock fart can back on!
 
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