yz450 yoshimura exhaust question


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  • P51

Posted December 02, 2010 - 09:33 PM

#1

I recently got back into riding after 10 years, I ended up getting a barely used 2007 450 I thought I would get Yoshimura Exhaust system the RS2 being that it came with spark arrestor. I received it today and the dam thing has the blind nuts welded on the header like stock! I thought I was getting a racey exhaust system I have not called them yet i'm hoping to get a different header without those previsions, I guess i didn't do enough research. Anyone know if I can just buy the header piece by itself?

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  • rickallen124

Posted December 02, 2010 - 10:35 PM

#2

That's the way they are, even the ti systems have the blind nuts for mounting the stock header shield so you don't melt your pants. I had the ti/ti system on my 08 and really liked it . Ride it, you will love the power that the exhaust gives the bike.





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