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1995 ZX750 exhaust question

I have a bone stock 1995 750L. If I replace the stock can with an aftermarket slip on, will I have to rejet? Also can I use a slip on made for an earlier or later model or does it have to be for an L?

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I have a bone stock 1995 750L. If I replace the stock can with an aftermarket slip on, will I have to rejet? Also can I use a slip on made for an earlier or later model or does it have to be for an L?
A slip on for a 91-95 should work without any issues. The jetting is a wait and see deal. You'll have to change the muffler and check the spark plugs to see how the engine is burning the fuel. If you're looking to sell the stock muffler and it's in good shape I'd be interested in it.

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A slip on for a 91-95 should work without any issues. The jetting is a wait and see deal. You'll have to change the muffler and check the spark plugs to see how the engine is burning the fuel. If you're looking to sell the stock muffler and it's in good shape I'd be interested in it.
Thanks for the info but if I replace it I won't sell the stock part. I'm not looking to modify the bike otherwise, but I hate to say that I'm thinking that a little more noise will wake up some car drivers. NJ has always been crowded and the roads seem to get busier by the day.

I just thought of this, is there a way to modify the stock muffler, remove or replace the baffles or something to just make the stocker louder?

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