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Yeah its pretty pricey. Not sure if you meant to but the one you linked to has a regular canister not the hydroformed one. Both made by HPCorse though.

I really liked the look of the Leo Vince you (Invader) started a thread about a while back...

http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6598&highlight=leo+vince

Only if it mounts like it does on the ER6N it is angled up a bit too much for my taste...

http://www.leovince.com/en/catalog-kawasaki/terminale_underbody_omologato_evo_ii_er_6n_i_e_2009/11652

I've got a hand me down Jardine GP1 on right now. I thought they looked pretty ugly until I saw it on my bike in real life. I actually like it now. Welds look great. Super loud though. Wondering if it needs repacked though I doubt that would make much difference. I think it used to belong to GTI20VALVETURBO before I got if from Mawson. Not sure how many miles it's got on it total. I work nights and like to go out riding at weird hours (3am or so) on the weekends and hate to start it up in my neighborhood:D
 

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Oh yeah, it did cross my mind that they may be the original non-hydroform HP Corse pics... I think Leo Vince's SBK GP is the best, longer exhaust slip-on you can get, with the loop and resonator before silencer. Yoshimura's is also very interesting and longer than the others, although it's more susceptible sitting by the swingarm.

Leo Vince SBK GP: http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6003

http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4964
Any reason the longer GP is better than the shorter oval?
 

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Leo Vince SBK GP Style Evo II slip-on adds length and a resonator to Versys' short exhaust, for better torque at low to mid-range, good horsepower gains, and a smoother sound. Italian made, you also get more exhaust for the cost... The stock muffler has a long path looping back and forth, resulting in a longer exhaust.
Leo Vince's horspower + torque charts and sound clips (ER6) for SBK GP STYLE EVO II slip-on, SBK OVAL EVO II slip-on, and SBK OVAL EVO II full system are all available here: http://www.leovinceusa.com/cart/search.php?Model=VERSYS 650&Make=KAWASAKI&Year=2007
 

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Leo Vince SBK GP Style Evo II slip-on adds length and a resonator to Versys' short exhaust, for better torque at low to mid-range, good horsepower gains, and a smoother sound. Italian made, you also get more exhaust for the cost... The stock muffler has a long path looping back and forth, resulting in a longer exhaust.
Leo Vince's horspower + torque charts and sound clips (ER6) for SBK GP STYLE EVO II slip-on, SBK OVAL EVO II slip-on, and SBK OVAL EVO II full system are all available here: http://www.leovinceusa.com/cart/search.php?Model=VERSYS 650&Make=KAWASAKI&Year=2007
Read all their marketing stuff already. I guess I just am trying to understand HOW it makes it better.
 
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