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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 05-09-2009, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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New RS-5 and home made license bracket

Well just finished for the most part installing my RS-5 SS/CF s/o and license bracket. I wanted the akra but there was no way I was going to pay that much for it, so I found this brand new for really cheap so I jumped on it. On to the pics.




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crappy video

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looks real good man

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Thanks alot for the replies. I am very happy with the way it turned out. I havent had a chance to put more than 15 mile on it yet due to weather. As for the license plate holder I am very happy it only costed me about $40, and looks great.

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looks good....I was waiting for you to rev it up in the vid....never came...lol
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very nice! is that a paper towel? lol
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I have my plate mounted the same way with a piece of aluminum. Had to relocate it after getting a ticket :(

Bike looks good.
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Looks good...by any chance do you have a closer pic of under your license bracket?
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looks great, love the exhaust choice, akras are overpriced as sh*t

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In responce to Roybot, here are a couple pics. of what I did. Hope this helps. Did not use these exact ones but you get the idea.


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BRIAN P -

I'm in the market for an exhaust, but still can't decide. I definately think the Yoshi looks the best, but I hear from a lot of guys on the site it's not the best sounding.

What's your opinion on the note of the exhaust now that you've had it for a little while?
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Thanks for the extra pics brian
So did you just wedge that license bracket into your exhaust bracket? or does it bolt on to it?

Also, do you have a clear or smoked tail light?


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I'm in the market for an exhaust, but still can't decide. I definately think the Yoshi looks the best, but I hear from a lot of guys on the site it's not the best sounding.

What's your opinion on the note of the exhaust now that you've had it for a little while?

I have had the Yosh RS5 now on two bikes an 03 600rr and my 08 600rr loved the sound and looks on the 03 so went with it on the 08 sounds and looks great no complants here. I actually I found it to be a nice deep sound compared to most other manufactures.

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Bike looks good man nice choice on the yosh I was suprized to see the make a stainless steel muff with carbion end cap. I have the last years model carbon yosh muff and endcap I also nitced they changed the shape of the exhaust outlet looks good.

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Thanks for the extra pics brian
So did you just wedge that license bracket into your exhaust bracket? or does it bolt on to it?

Also, do you have a clear or smoked tail light?


For now I just slid the bracket between the yoshi strap between the metal and rubber strap so it dosent scratch the exhaust, and then I just drilled a hole at the end of it so it can't pull out. Then it gets tightened down/sandwhiched together when you torque the yoshi bracket down to the subframe. I havent put to many miles on it yet but I will be testing it out tommorrow after work for the speed test. It wont be able to pull out no matter what the way I have it. As far as sound goes it is alot deeper than what you read on here. I dont know if they changed anything or what. All in all I am very happy. Almost forgot I have the clear tail light, got it off ebay for like $50.

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very nice exhaust. yoshi made it look so much better this year.

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that looks sweet! nice bike
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final product. works great!!


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I'm with you man, I running a basic yosh slipon as well. Bike runs like a bull, no pc3 stock air filter, stock everything with regards to motor except the exhaust valve is electronics are gone and the valve is safety wired open.
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sick bike man,and yoshi is the way to go..I got it on mine and no complaints what so ever..awesome sound also!!
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What make is that integrated on there?? I got the carbon fiber rs-5 slip on but it didn't seem like there was a whole lot of room above it to fit an integrated in. I wanted to get the one from cbr heaven but not sure if it will work with the yosh pipe or not. Any ideas?
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Nice bike ...Where did you get the RS-5 from and if you don't mind how much did you pay for it ?

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looks good, how come you didnt push the plate back near the battery tray
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i was in the same boat. wanted the akra, ended up with the yosh. i like it though.
yours looks great too. that taillight is more visible than i thought it would be.
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I didnt want the license past the rear axle (have enough tickets)

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i got a yosh to and love it with some arrow headers

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Hi!

Is your license plate bracket still holding on? And has the exhaust band held? Dunno how the weather is there if you've had a change to ride a lot :D

I was planning to do same kinda setup on mine to get rid of of the stock bracket.

Already took of the two plastic parts but still looks kinda "fat"

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It sure is still holding. I think it would take a pretty good accident to make that thing come off. I have put about 1500 miles on it since I did it(buffalo winters).

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looks good.. might just have to make one for mine too
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