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post #61 of 72 Old 10-31-2016, 04:48 PM
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Dont see why it wouldn't work on the Gen 4, Gen 4 exhausts work on gen 5 headers but gen 5 headers move the exhaust back about an 3/4 of an inch, just means a gen 5 exhaust on a gen 4 should be 3/4 inch closer to the front.
It may work with street bodywork but we cannot confirm it.
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It may work with street bodywork but we cannot confirm it.
Should be fine the body work hasn't changed for the side fairings, only change which might be of issue is the placement of the rearset holes on 2016 vs 2015 two set of holes.
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Does the short pipe come in titanium as well?


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All we have is the carbon versions they are the higher selling of them. If you need a coupon code send us a note. Thank you.

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Hi!

I'm looking at purchasing the Graves CAT eliminator (which I believe is standard or high mount) for my 2016 ZX10R. However, in photos in this (first) message, it looks more like the low mount to me) I need to keep the passenger foot pegs and adequate cornering clearance when track riding. Of course, I also look for the power that this Graves system is known for!

Does the 32 hp total increase stated in this (first) message above apply on the CAT eliminator slip on pictured in this same message? Also, is the ground clearance of this slip on about the same as the CAT Back (or Works)?

I really appreciate your help on this. It's also great to see a company's executive actively engaged in their web products!

Thank you!
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I should have included this pic in my message above - apologies. Here is a pic from the 1st message of this thread:

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That thing looks super sweet
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Hi!

I'm looking at purchasing the Graves CAT eliminator (which I believe is standard or high mount) for my 2016 ZX10R. However, in photos in this (first) message, it looks more like the low mount to me) I need to keep the passenger foot pegs and adequate cornering clearance when track riding. Of course, I also look for the power that this Graves system is known for!

Does the 32 hp total increase stated in this (first) message above apply on the CAT eliminator slip on pictured in this same message? Also, is the ground clearance of this slip on about the same as the CAT Back (or Works)?

I really appreciate your help on this. It's also great to see a company's executive actively engaged in their web products!

Thank you!
I completely agree re the company exec's involvement with the customers. Thumbs up!

I need to figure out the difference between the ZX10r Carbon WORKS Cat Eliminator Exhaust and the Cat Eliminator Titanium Exhaust System. Which one is the more popular one? I see that a lot of the threads mention the Cat Eliminator exhaust, but I can't tell which one of the above is being discussed.
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Purchased!
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I thought I would add this to this thread! It was tuned last Saturday (Jan 20th)

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