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Old 05-15-2006, 03:18 PM   #1
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Yoshi exhaust

when i bought my zx9r, it had a yoshi exhaust. I dont know if it is a slip on or a full exhaust. Is there any way to tell?? I was wondering if there are any thing that would let me know. I cant find the seller to ask.
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:10 PM   #2
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If it's slip on, it only comes with mid pipe (sometimes non for used, than you have to look for a mid pipe).
If it's a full system, it'll have the whole pipe.
See the pics.

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Full system normally costs 2-3 times more than slip on.
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just go to a motorcycle dealer they will tell you
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:26 PM   #4
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wow, nutmegchoi nailed that question on the head ......
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:41 PM   #5
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man when i bough my bike it had a full exhaust system i really didnt like it so i had to change it all out to a nother full exhaust system almost ran me about a $1,000 dollars

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just go to a motorcycle dealer they will tell you

He can't at the moment... he's in Iraq.
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Just looked at a pic of that crappy Kawi....you have a full system. j/k about the crappy part.
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Well, thanks but how can you tell? :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6

Never mind I think I see what the difference is . Thanks to the pics by Nutmegchoi. So that answers that. Thanks all.
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They normally have two different colors from the original section and the after market section (the heat changes the color).
If you see the same color through out the pipe, that's most likely a full system.
But, there aren't many people invest full system for their street bikes.
Full system's around $900-$1,200 versus $300-$450.
I would say you probably have a clip on.
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Old 05-16-2006, 09:46 AM   #10
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I cant say for certain, yet, I will find out for sure in July. This is the best pic that I have at the moment. Thanks.
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It looks like full system to me, but I can't tell...
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Yeah , the same. I cant locate the previous owner and I wont be back till July.
No biggie. I was just curious as to what was on the bike.
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Look at the midpipe. Clearly a full system
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Now, is there a benefit over a slip on versus a full system???
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Clip on doesn't give you much benefit other than louder (and nicer) sound.
It might add you 1-3 hp, that's about it.
Full system is the one give you extra hp.
I would say 8-10ph...
It depends on the brand, bike, dyno, map and jet.
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