Glad you found a deal on a Factory designed kit. In the end it will give you less problems than a bunch of aftermarket accessories from different manufacturers.
Now not only will get a different sound and looks, you will add the performance factor as well.
After you install the kit yourself, you should consider an hour at the local dealer or a good dyno tuner to just double check the exhaust gasses to make sure you aren't running lean. Fuel injection and ECU's are great for being able to sense and make changes to help the bike run well in all situations, but the bike will run much better if the bodies are synched properly and the trims are set for you location as elevation and other factors, as well as the changes you are making, might not be perfectly tuned in your new race ECU.
It probably won't need much, if any tweaking, but after making such a change you'd want to insure that you don't damage your pride and joy right?
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