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Can someone help me out with a quick look or some photos for installing the stock exhaust? My bike came with a yosh set on and I'm not sure if I'm missing pieces or what I all need... Do I just slide it on and clamp it down the opposite of the yosh system? Do I do anything with the pins that were holding the yosh cans on? I'll attach a few photos to show what I'm working with.
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post #2 of 13 Old 03-13-2015, 08:53 PM
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I will be going to stock setup soon and would like to know too.

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Can someone help me out with a quick look or some photos for installing the stock exhaust? My bike came with a yosh set on and I'm not sure if I'm missing pieces or what I all need... Do I just slide it on and clamp it down the opposite of the yosh system? Do I do anything with the pins that were holding the yosh cans on? I'll attach a few photos to show what I'm working with.
You are missing the special stock clamp (different on each side) and the band-like exhaust seal. 7, 8, 19 (screw for clamps) and 11 on the diagram.



Also, I don't remember my stock Y pipe having holes there, so that could be a problem.

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You are missing the special stock clamp (different on each side) and the band-like exhaust seal. 7, 8, 19 (screw for clamps) and 11 on the diagram. Also, I don't remember my stock Y pipe having holes there, so that could be a problem.
Well crap... I'll have to dig through the big box o' parts that came along with the bike... Thanks... Also, the hole had a pin in it that prevented the yosh cans from coming off... Not sure if that's normal, and if I should fill it with something going back to stock?

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Are you selling your yoshi set?
Most likely... I spent a decent amount of money getting a luggage rack and a top case and it won't work with the yosh cans without cutting up either the pipes or the rack, and I don't really want to do that... I've cut down cans before but these are too nice for me to mess with unless I absolutely hate how the stockers sound

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Well I found the clamps in the box, are they actually different? I don't see any difference...
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Local Honda shop had the seals in stock... $18 a pop! Even the parts counter guy was surprised
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Wow Those OEM parts are pricey! Good thing you found the clamps. Even on Partzilla those would be $17 each and the bolts are $2 each...

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Well I found the clamps in the box, are they actually different? I don't see any difference...
Yes, they have a little alignment tab that slots into the muffler and are mirrored left/right. I would also fill in those holes or you'll get exhaust leaks.

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Since I was working around the area tonight, I got a (fuzzy) pic from the backside of the Y pipe:



The clamp is installed with the bolt head facing down and outwards, with the tab on the side facing the front of the bike. The tab goes in the top most slot as you look at the muffler as it is installed on the bike.

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Thanks for all the help, got it buttoned up this morning... Man does it sound a lot nicer with the yosh pipes on...lol but I think the usefulness of the top case will make up for it

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Nothing a few holes or removal of baffles can't fix.
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