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    Shakennotstirred
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    Yoshi exhaust

    My bike came with a full Yoshi system
    Any stats on these?
    Last edited by ShakenNstirred; 09-05-2019 at 2:01 PM.

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    Re: Yoshi exhaust

    Cant speak for others but my Yoshi 4:1 is excellent - light, cool to touch, sounds great and delivers good power and mileage.
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    Had one on my previous one, damn light and nimble, and the sound of it near 10krpm......deafening 🤭
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    Re: Yoshi exhaust

    You don't want that old tat on there Shakey! I will take it off your hands for you, as a favour like, won't even charge
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    Re: Yoshi exhaust

    Quote Originally Posted by woodwizard View Post
    You don't want that old tat on there Shakey! I will take it off your hands for you, as a favour like, won't even charge
    / Stromma

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    Re: Yoshi exhaust

    My impression compared to a stock system on a '01 with a K&N and no other mods: With the Yosh it lost a little bit below 3-4k, about even to 5-6k, then the Yosh took off. The difference was surprisingly noticeable. When I took it off I missed the powerband rush, but preferred the stealthiness and the look of dual mufflers. I think the entire Yosh system weighs less than one stock muffler, but I forgot to weigh them.

    I now have a '97 with Two Bros slip-ons and tho it's not a direct comparison like I had with the '01's exhaust, it feels like it's somewhere in between the stock & Yosh as far as power and where it comes on. I like the look & rumble of the TB and tho it's not overly loud, if it were quieter I think I'd love it.


 

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