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LeoVince exhaust...

No modifications required....just bolt her on. You do have to cap off the
O2 sensor hole on the new exhaust but that was no biggy at all. It
installs easily and perfectly.

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LeoVince exhaust...

Yes, I've had the exhaust on for quite a while.

My 400 has the LeoVince exhaust without the inner baffle, a modified air
box to allow more intake air volume, a K&N hi-flow filter element, and
and the Malossi Variator.

My 400 runs very good, a whole lot better than stock. On low-end,
mid-range, and high-end, all phases of performance improved greatly.

Go for it.....

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Malossi

Well, short and sweet, the Malossi Variator will change at what rpm your
clutch will engage and shift. Your front drive unit is where the stock
variator is located and the clutch is located at the left side of the rear
wheel. You will completely replace the front variator and rollers with the
Malossi Variator and rollers and will install the Malossi torque spring in
the rear clutch assembly.

Its a bit of a job but if you have the proper tools and follow the instructions
, then its not too bad....it will take you probably 4-6 hours to install. I
really believe that the Suzuki shop here in the US would not have any
experience with installing it either, so they wouldn't be much better other
than maybe having the right tools.

Is it worth it ???? A most definite YESSSSS !! This makes the most
performance difference of anything that you can do....the exhaust and
filter, though very good, are just added gravy compared to this....

Good luck,
Gib
 
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