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Nice find. I'll post the link, as you probably can't (too few posts):

(8 available as of this post, with free shipping in USA, ...also not my listing but seems legit and a good deal - it's about what I paid for a slip-on only!)
 

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Ok I just brought one!!! I was kinda sorta looking for a full system and at that price I couldn’t resist. I have a Coffman shorty slip on in perfect shape, that I will be selling!!! Thanks @Nougat59!!!
 

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My Coffman slip on goes for $220.00 on EBay and most slip ons are over $200. Too get a full system thats in America that you don’t have to wait over a month for is a screaming deal!
I predict these will be gone before the end of the week!!!
 

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Pulled the plug now also, and bought it! 👍
(I looked at their other listings, and they are selling only the Brock slip-on for $199, and also have the same full Brock system on another listing for $395! :unsure:)
 

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Got mines this evening as well, already pulled of the stock headers and Coffman slip on. I will see if I have time to put it on tomorrow. Have to pack up for a track weekend! Hope to have the ECU flashed on the 300 and ready for another track weekend in early October!
 

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Installed....and I like it! 👍

A tad louder than expected; probably similar in loudness than my Danmoto slip-on WITHOUT A BAFFLE! :oops:

Pretty straightforward installation (Installation PDF: https://brocksperformance.com/content/Instructions/Ninja_300/996616.pdf), which only took a tad over an hour, but I also ended up adjusting the chain.
Unfortunately, what took even more time (additional 1 1/2 hours!!!) was an additional step of blocking off PAIR to prevent oxygen from entering the exhaust, to:
1) reduce deceleration pops, and
2) "proper fuel tuning", according to Brock's separate installation manual, found here: https://brocksperformance.com/content/Instructions/Ninja_300/996603.pdf
It required removing the main fairing, and because I made so many other mods, that area where I need to get to was pretty crammed (MARCO Air Horn & Safer-Turn self-cancelling turn signal module ), it took some finagling to get the included plug to get pushed into the hose.

The Brock's kit is VERY well made, and even included a GREAT QUALITY tool to stretch/install the pipe springs!

Two MAIN advantages to me: the exhaust is now stainless steel, and won't rust, and a completely unexpected benefit: I can now see down at the spool when lifting the bike onto the Pit-Bull forward-facing rear tire stand; with my Danmoto slip-on, I couldn't see the spool looking down at it, as it was blocked....it was a bit of a guessing-game!



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I got mines on today as well, didn’t take long since I did a full exhaust on a 2011 Kawi 250 and my current 400. The Brock bolted up very good and no air leaks! About as loud as the Coffman slip on but sounds better. I ordered a block off plate which will seal better than the supplied plastic caps. I am totally satisfied with the Brock full system and you can’t beat that price!
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