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Nope, you will not find one unfortunately.
The 2012+ models are all one piece, so you will have to purchase a full system unless you source a set of headers from the older models.
Kawasaki stuffed up with this design.
 

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so is there anywhere i can see on making brackets and then i can put any slip on made for a 650?
not really but what your going to need to do is install the pipe on to you bike without the hangars or supports. Then you see where you can attach brackets at that point. Most are going to be supported by the pipe strap type support and you can simply make a single piece
Of thin flat metal that you drill two holes in and attach it to the strap on one end and to one of the bolts on the rearset. You may need to go purchase a longer bolt but that's easy to do. However if your exhaust is a solid pipe from collector you made need to cut pipe. This gets a bit harder and requires special tools. At that point I would go to a muffler shop and have them
Flare the pipe according to what you need. I did this on the 06. That bike sounded great and the exhaust was so tiny it was like 8 inches long but because of How it was made you only saw about 5 inches. Anyhow. Just type in what you want in google. I.e. 06 r6 two brothers shorty. If anyone has done it and posted. You will find it that way. Good luck
 

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Anyone have any suggestions for after market parts for a 2013 Kawasaki ZX-6R. For the exhaust I can't decide between M4 slip on or Two Brothers...
In my opinion, the M4 sounds soo much better. You're basically going to see the same gains between the two, so just go for whichever looks/sounds better (which like I said, I think the M4 wins both categories)
 

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In my opinion, the M4 sounds soo much better. Your basically going to see the same gains between the two, so just go for whichever looks/sounds better (which like I said, I think the M4 wins both categories)
Thanks man I was thinking the same even more than sound I think it looks way better. Just trying to see what other people think.
 

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In my opinion, the M4 sounds soo much better. You're basically going to see the same gains between the two, so just go for whichever looks/sounds better (which like I said, I think the M4 wins both categories)
. Two brothers is how I'd go on the 600 class bikes. They offer a power tip. This thing will add back pressure on the pipe so you don't lose you bottom and midrange power. Let's be real. All pipes will give you top ends gains and or minimal gains throughout but who's always in the high Rpms besides racers. The power tip gives you a good sounding pipe with additional options. If you need more back pressure you can get it. If it's too loud they also offer a sound reducing power tip. I wouldn't go any other way than the two brothers. M2/m4/m7 series pipes for a 600
 

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. Two brothers is how I'd go on the 600 class bikes. They offer a power tip. This thing will add back pressure on the pipe so you don't lose you bottom and midrange power. Let's be real. All pipes will give you top ends gains and or minimal gains throughout but who's always in the high Rpms besides racers. The power tip gives you a good sounding pipe with additional options. If you need more back pressure you can get it. If it's too loud they also offer a sound reducing power tip. I wouldn't go any other way than the two brothers. M2/m4/m7 series pipes for a 600
Do you know any good websites to order from?
They need to be able to ship APO though. Unless you know any shops located in Germany.
 
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