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    Db-killer for full RS3 Yoshi system

    Been a member for some time, but haven't posted for some time.

    I'm about to have my bike inspected by the DMV here in sweden (every 2 years this happens) and i've been lucky in my 2 last inspections with my exhaust-system where it passed with flying colors.
    But to be on the safe side I bought this from my local MC-repairshop:


    Just to see that it has 2 screws, top and bottom to put the db-killer in place inside the muffler, but to my surprise, I dont have those holes to put screws in. It's just a open hole.

    My bike is from -98 and I can't come in contact with the guy whom I bought it from yeeeears ago who also bought this system.

    So I think the db-killers I bought fits a newer model of the exhaust-system, but not mine.



    Any ideas?

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    Thats for the newer Yosh cans. There are holes machined into the exhaust tip. If it's just for inspection, you can put a big gob of silicone in the tip to glue them in. Pull the baffles out as soon as you pass the inspection and round the corner.
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    You need the newer style end-caps. Yoshi sells them directly and they aren't as expensive as you would think.

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    Nothing to see here...move along actls's Avatar
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    This is what Yoshimura sells for the RS-3




    http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/images/O...oad_2_icon.jpg



    If you need a set and can't find them in your area, let me know. I live close to Yoshimura here in the US.
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    That's really interesting. It fits the old-style oval cans?
    It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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    actls, got a part number or link to that item description? Just jams in?
    It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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    Bottom of the page. Could be a case of picture resembles actual product.

    http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/t-replac...ffler_RS3.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoS View Post
    You need the newer style end-caps. Yoshi sells them directly and they aren't as expensive as you would think.
    +1

    Was failing track day noise tests on my -97 GSXR with full RS-3 fitted. Had same end cap as sharpedge. Re-packed my can and fitted new style end cap complete with baffle at the same time. No more noise issues.

    I'll get some pic's.
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    Db-killer for full RS3 Yoshi system-20130518_220259.jpg

    Did try to add picture of baffle but I've apparently exceeded my quota Anyway it looks the same as the one sharpedge has bought.
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    Thanks for the link to the Yosh one. I just repacked, but probably didn't use enough of the right stuff; too much coarse and fine steel wool and not enough fiberglass; will have to see how it sounds now that I made it a bit longer too. Might look pretty odd.
    It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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