Pro Circuit Exhaust Question


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  • salasmauricio

Posted February 16, 2008 - 05:17 PM

#1

I had a T4 GP system installed on my 08 YZ450F, recently I crashed, and I hat to put my stock exhaust. In the crash the only part damaged was the silencer, the head pipe is fine.

So the question is, do I have to buy the complete system again, or should I buy only the silencer, because everywhere I look the price is cheaper if you buy the two items separately ($180+$383=$563), the complete system is retailed at $765, so I wonder if the silencer for the GP system is different from the silencer you buy separately. Am I making sense? I hope so.

Thanks a lot for your info

Cheers

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  • KJ790

Posted February 16, 2008 - 05:24 PM

#2

The -4 slip on you can buy is different than the -4 GP silencer and will not fit with the GP header. You can buy replacement GP silencers from pro circuit.





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