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GAUGING INTEREST IN SINGLE SIDE JARDINE EXHAUST

After much frustration with Yosh (no SS slip ons in the US) and the distributors of Mivv being "hard to get along with", I created my own system.

I bought a Two Bros mid pipe and a Jardine slip-on. I went with Jardine because they are light, well made, and sound great (especially on SVs). I did not go with the Two Bros can because (no offense to 2bros owners) their can is only available in Carbon and IMO looks bad when new and looks horrible after a year or two.

I have a friend that works at a dealership and can get a discount on parts.

If we at least order 3 systems, then the systems would be $300-$310 plus shipping (I have about $360 in mine).

It would include(all parts would be new):
Two Bros mid pipe
Black Jardine 18" or 12" can
Hanger, springs, & clamp

Let me know if there is any interest.

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Distributors? I thought it was down to distributor (PJ's parts) for MIVV in the U.S. The only other I had seen was Motovation out of Austin, but I don't think they are a distributor any more.

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........love my 2 bro mid-pipe and Arrow titanium can. Lightest setup Ive seen yet, runs great, deep low rumble.....can't beat it. Dropping the 2nd can and y pipe produces very nice weight savings over stock.

I'm sure the Jardine will also produce similar excellent results.

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LDH has become a MIVV dealer I believe.

Anyway - good price on that single can set-up. I'm pretty sure there will be some interest.

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........love my 2 bro mid-pipe and Arrow titanium can. Lightest setup Ive seen yet, runs great, deep low rumble.....can't beat it. Dropping the 2nd can and y pipe produces very nice weight savings over stock.

I'm sure the Jardine will also produce similar excellent results.
My current set-up is about 6 lbs compared to stock which is about 19 lbs.

It feels like more because the weight loss is so high.

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A pic installed would probably help

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Insert a Jardine in place of the Arrow.

$310 is one heck of a deal!


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That does look pretty slick my RR setup may be boring me... hmmmm.

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A pic installed would probably help

Working on it...................been really busy at work.

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After much frustration with Yosh (no SS slip ons in the US) and the distributors of Mivv being "hard to get along with", I created my own system.

I bought a Two Bros mid pipe and a Jardine slip-on. I went with Jardine because they are light, well made, and sound great (especially on SVs). I did not go with the Two Bros can because (no offense to 2bros owners) their can is only available in Carbon and IMO looks bad when new and looks horrible after a year or two.

I have a friend that works at a dealership and can get a discount on parts.

If we at least order 3 systems, then the systems would be $300-$310 plus shipping (I have about $360 in mine).

It would include(all parts would be new):
Two Bros mid pipe
Black Jardine 18" or 12" can
Hanger, springs, & clamp

Let me know if there is any interest.

Just out of curiosity, where are you getting just a mid-pipe? Am interested in coming up with alternatives for when my Yoshi's shit the bed. Saw some R1 cans that would look sweet underneath my seat

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I went with a Ti can and removed the sticker.










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Looks like a great setup! 13lb drop is a good chunk off. Which PC3 map are you running on it? Or is it just stock?

I had a 2-1 Jardine Ti down pipe to a CF can on my RC and loved the way it sounded. The packing was gone after 2 years though.. dropped something like 25lbs from stock!

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Great looking set-up Paul. Nice work!

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Great looking set-up Paul. Nice work!
Yeah but he forgot to clean his centre stand!

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Looks like a great setup! 13lb drop is a good chunk off. Which PC3 map are you running on it? Or is it just stock?

I had a 2-1 Jardine Ti down pipe to a CF can on my RC and loved the way it sounded. The packing was gone after 2 years though.. dropped something like 25lbs from stock!
No PC3, the thing runs perfect stock. I glad I rode it before I bought a PC3. It's smooth and pulls hard. It sounds great and is not much louder than stock at highway speeds. It turned out better than I thought.



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Yeah but he forgot to clean his centre stand!

I knew somebody was going to catch that.

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I was being serious, at least you have a job...

Id be interested in just the 2bros mid pipe

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