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Old 07-05-2007, 12:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know how much the yoshimura RS3 slip-ons weigh? I am curious how much they differ. Also, off hand does anyone know how much the stock exhaust weighs? I'm looking to shave a little weight off the bike...

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I really don't know the exact weights myself. But I for one can tell you that the stock can compared to my Yoshimura RS3 S/S is like comparing a VW's weight to a stationwagons weight.
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I really don't know the exact weights myself. But I for one can tell you that the stock can compared to my Yoshimura RS3 S/S is like comparing a VW's weight to a stationwagons weight.
+1 i would say the stock can is somewhere in the neighborhood of 12-15lbs and the yoshi stainless can which i have is probly somwhere around 8-10lbs
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Yeah, my CF can is probably about 1/2 to 2/3rds the weight of the OE boat anchor
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if ya want weight savings, get a full Ti system :
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if ya want weight savings, get a full Ti system :
I just got the Yoshimura titanium exhaust. I got a sweet deal on it! It should be here any day now...
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I put on my new Yosh Titanium exhaust and WHAT A DIFFERENCE!! The sound is MUCH better and it is so much lighter than the stock. I have no complaints at all.
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I have a bolt on yosh CF exhaust, Im curious what the entire stock exhaust weight is, including headers/stock can vs. a full muzzy CF system. Why a muzzy you ask? i had one on my last zx6, and they Just sound SWEEEEeeeet. This Yosh is too loud for me. Anyway, im wondering the overall performance and wieght improvement i would get from this. On my ZX6E the weight diffrence was phenominal.. but that particular bike had cast iron headers.
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i belive the whole system weights around 18 pounds or so i have a spare set up in the garage and it's not light
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