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Pretty simple to remove just take the clips off the spring heat guard thingy, remove the springs between the pipe & can then take the one bolt that goes through mounting spring on inside of can & it lifts right out.

The pipe comes out easy also.(the one spring on the clutch side is a little harder, I used needle nose vise grips and a long screw driver to remove) One of the best mounting set ups I Have seen and seems solid IMO

Sorry didn't take photos mind on designing Vent stuff :)

  • Pipe wt. 12.6 lbs.
  • Can wt.. 15.4 lbs.
 

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Very simple to remove.
Not looking to criticize, but with the close proximity of a uncoated muffler to the plastic Mag side cover I wonder if heat will be an issue there? I've never looked at the XM/XP to see if things were that close with the aftermarket cans.
 

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Not looking to criticize, but with the close proximity of a uncoated muffler to the plastic Mag side cover I wonder if heat will be an issue there? I've never looked at the XM/XP to see if things were that close with the aftermarket cans.
Even with a coated muffler you needed to tape the XM/XP or the grease would get to thin and the pawl would only engage periodically.
 

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He is saying the stock "pipe" is 12.6 pounds. The can is 15.4 pounds. The GGB can is 4.1 pounds so there would be a weight savings of 11.3 pounds.
 

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Yes, on the 2015 T3, there was a noticeable difference with heat affecting the plastics than there was on the 2014 XMX. I used foil heat tape on a lot of stuff on the T3 but that was after the recoil was toast. Be prudent and watch for melted plastic.
 

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What is the actual weight savings? 3 pounds?
Pretty simple to remove just take the clips off the spring heat guard thingy, remove the springs between the pipe & can then take the one bolt that goes through mounting spring on inside of can & it lifts right out.

The pipe comes out easy also.(the one spring on the clutch side is a little harder, I used needle nose vise grips and a long screw driver to remove) One of the best mounting set ups I Have seen and seems solid IMO

Sorry didn't take photos mind on designing Vent stuff :)

  • Pipe wt. 12.6 lbs.
  • Can wt.. 15.4 lbs.
No that is actual Stock Weights of Pipe & Can
 

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I will be running the Cooker Can Thing on my G4 which is in real world performance testing at elevation currently, fitment & making sure it does not throw codes. So I can wait.... got plenty of other things to install on my sled.

lucky buggers testing Cooker Can Thing have snow
 
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