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post #1 of 11 Old 07-15-2011, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
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New Exhaust Cans

Im looking to replace my Two Brothers Full exhaust with something that goes under the seat. The main reason is to fit hardbags for an upcoming trip. I have already bought headers and Y Pipe but I need to pick up a set of cans for it all to work out. I was originally looking for stock cans because they would likely be the quietest. But I can't seem to find a set cheap enough to justify buying. I'd rather spend a little more and get a set of Delkevics or something. I do have a PCIII on the bike but I dont have the software or the USB connector, but I'm trying to track those down in case I need to change things.

So I'm just wondering what you all would recommend or if someone has a set lying around that they want to part with let me know. Buying yoshi's is an option but are they worth the cost? Does anyone have ones that they would stay away from if they were to do it again?

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post #2 of 11 Old 07-15-2011, 04:44 PM
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as for the usb connector, a usb connector for an older style blackberry works very well for the pcIII. should be able to get one for cheap or free.

as for cans, cant really go wrong with yoshi's. your cheapest option will be to find someone who wants to get rid of their stock cans.

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FWIW, I love my CF Yoshi's.

The only thing that I would've done different (given the opportunity to do so) would've been Satos, but it just wasn't doable at the time, so no regrets here.

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post #4 of 11 Old 07-15-2011, 05:01 PM
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I have a set of stock cans if you are interested...what would cheap enough for you? How about $150 plus shipping?

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post #5 of 11 Old 07-15-2011, 08:42 PM
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FWIW, I love my CF Yoshi's.

The only thing that I would've done different (given the opportunity to do so) would've been Satos, but it just wasn't doable at the time, so no regrets here.
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Stainless Steel Yoshis here. Very happy with them.


Your full 2Bro system may be worth a few bucks - very rare to find one on a bike and rarer to find one for sale.

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Did you check out Ottawa919s Delkevic thread? Great and cheap alternative to OEM and about $100 more for the stainless then mx463's asking price for his OEMs. Here is the link to the thread. I have them and so far I am still in love with them. I think Ottawa919 is very happy too!

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Ya, I read through it and that's why I included the Delkevics in the original thread. I like the look and price but haven't heard to much about them. I think I am going to wait until I get the racks for the hard bags to see if I have to replace the exhaust, I think I have enough clearance.

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post #9 of 11 Old 07-17-2011, 06:56 AM
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Jumbo... I'd be willing to drop the price to make it more interesting. How about $100 plus shipping?

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I have hard bags and they sit up pretty high. Willing to bet you won't have to change a thing.

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Jumbo... I'd be willing to drop the price to make it more interesting. How about $100 plus shipping?
That I would definitely do. The racks should be here in the next day or two so let me see if they will fit without needing to replace the exhaust. If it wont fit I will take you up on that. Thanks for the offer. And thanks for the info Jay, I have been looking everywhere I can for pics and information on other peoples setups to try and judge the clearance. It is good to hear from someone with a something similar.

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