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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-15-2006, 05:07 AM Thread Starter
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Question Exhaust: Aftermarket header w/ different cans?

Currently I have Jardine 2-1 Ti full system(already there when I brought the bike) on my 2003 RC51. Is it wise to swith to a 2-1-2 Yoshi Stainles Steel slip on? Reason why its because I saw 2 Yoshi stainless steel cans for cheap.



Have anyone ever try a aftermarket header with different slip on cans?

I think someone here have a Yoshi header w/ Jardines can. For the rest, have you ever thought about it? Cost/HP benefit? Example like Yoshi header with Sato slip on?

I just want to know if it will save me some $$$(college student) to get a 2-1-2 full system by doing that. I'm also beginner rider, I passed my first 3 months of riding on the RC, YES Im STILL ALIVE!! after a couples of close call.

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get out your calipers and take some measurements

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-15-2006, 01:10 PM
 
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I have yoshi slip-on on jardine 2-1 header. have no any bad news, so far.

internaly (lenght+diameter+even perforation) of yoshi and jardine are identical. so the packing material are different only (yoshi looks better).
sorry, no dyno charts yet.
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