Nissn1, What did you say? I could not hear you my exhaust is too loudi bet those cans are loud
They are made by a company in Japan called Ladybird and I got them through a guy called Simonkobe, here is a link to them on his egay site. He sometimes gives discounts so you might want to send him a message. They will fit the Yosh mid pipes but you will need to get the 57mm adapters. A few things to point out with my exhaust is that it is a mix of a Yosh TLS front header section with a Yosh TLR rear header and TLR mid pipes and if I'm not mistaken the TLR mid pipes are a bit longer than the TLS mid pipes.What kind of cans are those and do they fit on the Yosh header with no problems?
It's ok, I figured some would like the yosh cans better and I still like the look of them that's why I still have them. When I get bored of these cans I can just switch back to the yoshis right quick.i like yoshis more :O
I actually do, they definitely bite harder than the 6-pots but still have a decent amount of feel to them. I still have the tok 6's and was planning on rebuilding them to see if that made them feel any better, but I don't know why because I really like the way the Nissins feel.Do you like the Nisan 4-pots better than the 6-pots that were on it?
Just a heads up if you do run the Nissins the banjo bolts to the caliper are a different thread pitch than on the Toks. They use the fine pitch (10X1.00) as apposed to the coarse (10X1.25) on the toks. You should double check that, though I'm pretty sure that's right.Cool :thumbup My second set of Tok 4-pots are now dead (actually came from your bike I think - got them from Burn :laugh) and I figured I might try the Nisans.