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Just check eBay this morning and there are some newly listed slip-ons for the 2020 Ninja from SP Engineering with removable baffles.

Reasonable money at around £360.

Anyone have experience of the brand they could share?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #1 on: 22 May 20, 10:18:44
*Originally Posted by boldie [+]
Just check eBay this morning and there are some newly listed slip-ons for the 2020 Ninja from SP Engineering with removable baffles.

Reasonable money at around £360.

Anyone have experience of the brand they could share?

Thanks in advance.

Suggest that you search the forum.  There have been plenty of people that have had SP engineering cams on the old model.
2017 Z1000SX, in black.  Roughly 70000 miles and 8 years on SXs.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #2 on: 22 May 20, 12:34:21
Had a look through previous posts but mostly the threads that came up related to selling rather than day to day usage feedback.

I’ve been in touch with Scorpion. They are on the development list but doesn’t sound like a product will be available anytime time soon as there is no current timeline.

SP engineering say their cans “should” fit with panniers as it follows the same line as the original can, but to me “should” would suggest the fit with panniers is either close or untested.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #3 on: 22 May 20, 07:16:53
I had SP Engineering cans on my 2014 and liked them, louder than oem, but not to loud, nice burble on overrun

Enjoying the V4 "ROAR"

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #4 on: 23 May 20, 05:07:09
I've got them on my 2015....little bit louder and lower tone than OEM.


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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #5 on: 23 May 20, 07:18:10
*Originally Posted by M711 [+]
I've got them on my 2015....little bit louder and lower tone than OEM.



Love the look of the the SP cans (and Pipewerx cans too).

In your pic and the previous pic of the black Z (sorry couldn't see how to attach both pics to my post) the upsweep of the cans looks different ie more severe upsweep on the black bike. Any thoughts? Or is it camera angle?
Do SP cans fit and work with panniers?

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #6 on: 23 May 20, 07:57:38
*Originally Posted by boldie [+]
Just check eBay this morning and there are some newly listed slip-ons for the 2020 Ninja from SP Engineering with removable baffles.

Reasonable money at around £360.

Anyone have experience of the brand they could share?

Thanks in advance.

Very poor quality in my opinion, I sent some back as they were that bad.  Seems daft ditching the OE silencer which is a solidly made bit of kit just to fit a cheap piece of pipe.  It's not worth £36, let alone £360.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #7 on: 23 May 20, 10:17:48
*Originally Posted by kernowjim1 [+]
Very poor quality in my opinion, I sent some back as they were that bad.  Seems daft ditching the OE silencer which is a solidly made bit of kit just to fit a cheap piece of pipe.  It's not worth £36, let alone £360.

Thank you.

That’s what I’m keen to avoid.


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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #8 on: 23 May 20, 10:50:09
*Originally Posted by boldie [+]
Thank you.

That’s what I’m keen to avoid.

There are people who will be happy with SP stuff but in my opinion if you're spending £12K on a bike or thereabouts what you bolt onto it should at least be the same as OE quality.  Maybe I'm being fussy but I like to take pride in my bike and I'm not into cheap tat and don't get me started on Chinese brake levers!  :164:

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #9 on: 23 May 20, 11:31:23
Beings as it’s a new I tend to agree, however I don’t want to start a pipe war :)

Having just read up on the Akro full system which apparently adds 12BHP! I’ll get the slip on for now and then add the headers when the warranty’s up. Give me a little boost in the future, not that it feels like it needs it currently.