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Will the exhaust from the F4CC fit our other MV's?

Here is the standard exhaust from the CC. What other bikes will it fit? Would the slip-on fit if the headers would not? Is there any difference than our stock exhaust?

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I thought the CC comes always with slash cuts, like 1078RR?

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CC comes with 2 types when bought, the corse slash pipes, and stock( or is it rg3? ) pipes.
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Shift Tech is selling the pipes. If they were RG3's they'd have a high reserve set. They look stock to me.


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looks to be plain jane. has cat and small bore tips.
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Shift Tech is selling the pipes. If they were RG3's they'd have a high reserve set. They look stock to me.
This is also stock, and to me standard on the cc as well.
Very hard to find a cc pic without the f1's



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CC comes with standard pipes installed, and the f1 ti slashcuts in a box.
There is nothing special about the stock exhaust.

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CC comes with standard pipes installed, and the f1 ti slashcuts in a box.
There is nothing special about the stock exhaust.
And that is because it is accepted that you will immediately install the Ti pipes. I have not seen a single CC (I've seen a few) that did not have the Ti pipes on (as in photo in post above).

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And that is because it is accepted that you will immediately install the Ti pipes. I have not seen a single CC (I've seen a few) that did not have the Ti pipes on (as in photo in post above).
Exactly--They put the plain jane system on for legal homogolation purposes only; Otherwise I'm sure they would install the f1 pipes at the factory.

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