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I'm not very mechanically inclined or anything, i can check fluids and all that but that's about as far as my skills go, if you can call them that. But I bought my Versys and it already had, installed on it, a Two Brothers canister. Is there anyway to tell if it is just the slip on canister or a full exhaust system? I want to get rid of it, and put a stock back on it. It's too loud for me, and I don't need the backfire issues that come with it, it has a JuiceBox on it and the Pair valve has been cut off. Still backfires on decel. So, if anyone can help me with this, that would be awesome. Thanks
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I'm putting my OEM back on too.
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If it's a slip on it will have a join in front of the muffler, below is a pic of my OEM

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Still backfires on decel. So, if anyone can help me with this, that would be awesome. Thanks
TPS adjustment?
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Thanks for the picture of the joint, i'll take a look. I'll see about getting that picture on here, and I'm not sure What a TPS adjustment is. I'm not cool like that.
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