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  • 2002 750F. What did you choose for a slip on?

    My 2002 750F is bone stock.

    Which is one of the reason's I bought it. I'd like to do a few mod.s starting with a nice slip on.
    What product have you found to be the neatest in both installation and appearance.
    And are you happy with the end result.
    I've looked at several products online. Few seem to be 02 Katana specific.
    I'd really appreciate some input with this.

    Spedee's is nice.
    http://www.katriders.com/forums/albu...php?pic_id=429
    "Speed Junkie Since 1975"

  • #2
    I also bought a Hindle. 18" round. Should have went with the 20" after I looked at it. It stops a little short. all depends on what look you want b/c they are the same price.

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    • #3
      I don't have a Kat750, but I WOULD choose a Two-Brothers if I did...
      '97 YZF1000R, '98 & '02 Bandit 1200's, '72 XS-2, '97 CBR900RR Project, '85 700 Interceptor, '75 RD350

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      • #4
        I dont have a Kat750 either. have a Kat600 and went with Yoshi slip on.
        -jason

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        • #5
          I think the Hindle sounds best, with the Yoshi coming a close second. But I'm sticking to port & polished stock headers & stock pipe... still debating slapping the extra 750 headers on my Kat 600 though

          Cheers
          =-= The CyberPoet
          Remember The CyberPoet

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          • #6
            for a slip on i went with the yoshi chrome on my 750. someone else here has a carbon fiber one on his black katana that looks really nice too.......

            ......i also did the ignition advancer, jet kit, K&N filter, tinted screen, clear turn signals, and the seat crowl.

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            • #7
              Black Kat

              Hey Black Kat;

              That Yoshi pipe looks sweet too.
              I'm impressed with the selection of mod.s you've made.
              I expect that I'll mirror your selections to the letter.

              Can I ask you if you found the ignition advancer made a noticable difference in your opinion.

              I suppose you may have Jetted it added the Filters and advancer at the same time. Then you wouldn't know how these mod.s effected your performance individually.

              A penny for your ...
              "Speed Junkie Since 1975"

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              • #8
                nice bike, black kat! that looks very clean.

                i expect to be doing the exact same modifications on my bike, minus the clear turn signals. i'm going to try to make some flushmount signals from fiberglass instead.
                "he who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pains of being a man"- Dr. Gonzo

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                • #9
                  d&d black satin is a sweet slip on.. so is the CF model too.

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                  • #10
                    Go with a Hindle...has the best sound and is not obnoxious
                    Info for the Ottawa Motorcycle Course

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                    • #11
                      I've heard...

                      I'm getting the idea that a Hindle model is likely the way to go.
                      I like the look of the Two Brothers pipes too. I hear that the're screaming loud though.
                      Can a Forty + year old man cruise through town with a screaming crotch rocket under him?
                      Thanks for all of the input guys.
                      4 hours ago I had no clue.
                      "Speed Junkie Since 1975"

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                      • #12
                        Re: I've heard...

                        Originally posted by BobKat2002
                        I'm getting the idea that a Hindle model is likely the way to go.
                        I like the look of the Two Brothers pipes too. I hear that the're screaming loud though.
                        Can a Forty + year old man cruise through town with a screaming crotch rocket under him?
                        Thanks for all of the input guys.
                        4 hours ago I had no clue.
                        the 2 bro's isn't that loud - no where near the D&D.
                        ( & i'm over 40 )

                        tim

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                        • #13
                          just all depends on what you like for a sound and style of pipe... all the ones mentioned above are cool, a u'd do well w/ any of them

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                          • #14
                            Hindle! Now the bike sounds as good as it looks
                            Biker chicks know how to ride.....

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                            • #15
                              Jackal just happens to have a full hindle system for sale that's for a 750.
                              Kyle

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