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post #1 of 15 Old 08-17-2009, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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2 question on Yoshimura Slip Ons

I am looking at these pipes
Yoshimura TRS Tri-Oval Honda CB900 02-05 Race Carbon Fiber Dual Slip-On Exhaust

First being that its for '02 - '05 will they work on an '07?
Second, it states that its a single outlet, so is one of the cans fake? As in there is only 1 working pipe and the other side is capped off or something. Is it like those two-bros stash pipes?
I watched a video of these pipes running on a 919 and it looks like both pipes are working.

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post #2 of 15 Old 08-17-2009, 12:36 PM
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I had SS Yoshis and they both work. 02-05 will work on 07 no problem. all the same

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I am pretty sure the wording has just got you mixed up, they mean single outlet per can ( they got some mean looking dual outlet cans on their main site). I have been looking at these pipes for a while now and may pick up a titanium set in the near future. I am worried about the carbon fiber fading/peeling like I see on some other brand mufflers and import car hoods, but maybe CF yosh pipe owners have not seen this happen on theirs. I'm bummed that they switched to the short tips. Also I think the removable baffle feature is cool (if its still a feature, hope so) for say a long distance trip.

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Thanks for the help! Now that I know they'll work, I'm in trouble...or more specifically, my wallet is.

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Thanks for the help! Now that I know they'll work, I'm in trouble...or more specifically, my wallet is.
My wallet took the hammering, but my ears forgive me. They are a sweet set of cans.

But, beware, they need re-packing with glass wool every 5000 miles, because they say if you run out of wool, and race the sucker / or flog the guts out of it on a dyno, the heat will rapidly degrade the carbon cans (read totally destroy). If you aren't in to maintenance, get the stainless or TI ones.

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I am pretty sure the wording has just got you mixed up, they mean single outlet per can ( they got some mean looking dual outlet cans on their main site). I have been looking at these pipes for a while now and may pick up a titanium set in the near future. I am worried about the carbon fiber fading/peeling like I see on some other brand mufflers and import car hoods, but maybe CF yosh pipe owners have not seen this happen on theirs. I'm bummed that they switched to the short tips. Also I think the removable baffle feature is cool (if its still a feature, hope so) for say a long distance trip.
i looked through their site and did'nt see any dual outlet cans,which ones you talking about?

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Hey Myztical, for what it's worth, I just bought the stainless yoshi's from this place on ebay. They went up a little in the past few weeks but they are still a great price at $636 for the carbons. Fast free shipping with UPS.

Yoshimura TRS Exhaust CF Slip On HONDA CB919 02-07 DUAL:eBay Motors (item 300308590880 end time Sep-14-09 09:26:12 PDT)

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I have duals on my 05 and I getting ready to switch to a 900rr header and two brother can. The yoshs are two quite for me...

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I've always thought those are handsome pipes, especially now that the CF Satos are discontinued.

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Drewvir, I meant on this site: Yoshimura R&D ...a 900 header conversion with one of those dual tips would be cool!

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oops, i missed that 1

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i looked through their site and did'nt see any dual outlet cans,which ones you talking about?
It's called the TRI.
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post #13 of 15 Old 08-29-2009, 07:05 AM
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Are there like, two gens of yoshi's? I see some with longer tips than others. Can someone please explain this to me

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post #14 of 15 Old 09-10-2009, 12:09 PM
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Here are some on eBay for cheaper and with free shipping..
Its a local shop here close to me with a good rep..

YOSHIMURA TRS DUAL CF EXHAUST HONDA CB919 CB 919 02 07:eBay Motors (item 370254100339 end time Oct-01-09 12:19:00 PDT)

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I had tried to bid on those a while back and was informed from him that they were not available.
I ended up buying some from a different seller.
Thanks though!

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Here are some on eBay for cheaper and with free shipping..
Its a local shop here close to me with a good rep..

YOSHIMURA TRS DUAL CF EXHAUST HONDA CB919 CB 919 02 07:eBay Motors (item 370254100339 end time Oct-01-09 12:19:00 PDT)

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