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Old 10-16-2010, 03:53 PM   #1
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Do I just add springs to attach the pipe to the factory header and that's it?

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Old 10-16-2010, 03:59 PM   #2
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negative ghostrider. you have a stock gsxr header, that pipe is made for an aftermarket header.
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and unfortunately you do not have a midpipe, so you will need to find a used yoshi header also to do it the right way.
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anytime buddy, shoot a pm over to AKSRACING. he might have a yoshi that is meant for that bike
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Id check the O.D. and I.D. of the pipes to see if the slip on could slip over the mid pipe.

Cut off the , cut off the spring loops, slot the slip on and add a good clamp.



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Id check the O.D. and I.D. of the pipes to see if the slip on could slip over the mid pipe.

Cut off the , cut off the spring loops, slot the slip on and add a good clamp.



But that's just me.
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Ppl tend to forget part of the fun with bikes is not everything has to be so "cookie cutter" and you mod. just about anything with some time and planning
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forgottensoul, i agree 100%

however, most people lack common sense. that is why i gave the answer i did.
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Also take note there is a difference when modding to doing it right and not.

If you're not good w your hands and customizing, consult someone for help while its being modded.

Especially in this case, make sure the measurements allow for the slip on to fit before even considering any cuts.
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