Well that depends on how much ur willing to spend on it
I was looking on motorcycle superstore website and they had a slip on exhaust. Is that something I would be looking for? I'm new and trying to learn everything I can lolFHG2088 said:Speaking from experience, with bikes of that age, it starts to get tricky to find parts both after market and oem. The internet will be your best friend I think.
People generally go to slip ons for sound although they do have a slight performance improvement.aberk said:I was looking on motorcycle superstore website and they had a slip on exhaust. Is that something I would be looking for? I'm new and trying to learn everything I can lol
Ohhhh got it. What parts would you suggest to improve speed?NDog65 said:People generally go to slip ons for sound although they do have a slight performance improvement.
Yea I was either thinking a slip on or/and the dynojet stage 1. It seems like it will make my bike run 10x smoother and everythingFHG2088 said:My suggestion.... if you want a big performance improvement get a newer bike. If you know a ton about bikes and mechanics you can mess around and make some slight improvements but as you said you're new to this so my professional opinion is to not mess with it too much. I have people coming to me everyday with bikes they tried to "improve" and they end up spending huge wads of cash for us to put them back to the way they were. (I work at a bike shop if you're confused lol) A slip on is an option that shouldn't cause too many problems... but if its not done right then most of the time you end up with less horsepower, not more. Just be careful bud... don't get sucked into the mod whirlwind without thinking it through!