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Yoshi slip on for 600RR dosn't fit :(

Hello all....

I've recently purchased a 2005 model and i love it to bits.... only problem is that the standard exhaust is too quiet.

Managed to pick up a Yoshi RS-5 from the local wreckers for a good price the other week and today attempted the conversion. Took me ages to get the original exhaust off but I just can't get the yosi to fit :(
The pipe on the yoshi from where is connects to the catalytic converter goes a lot higher than the original pipe work (refer pics).

Not sure of the differences between the 2003 and 2005 models but i'm thinking that maybe this new exhaust is meant for the older model.

hope someone can help

thanks in advance
Rowan
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The 03 will not fit an 05 unless you change the pipe. 03-04 are interchangable, same with 05-06.
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took the yoshi back today and they gave me a Jardine RT-1 CF (single outlet) slip on to try......this one fits better but once installed the exhaust is off centre to the right by a long way so looks like this is for an 03 model as well??????????????

not having much luck damit
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what about the gasket between the 2 pipe connections? did that become bent, scrap when removing the OEM exhaust?

as this can be a cause of non fitment issues, so to be honest either way go and get a genuine honda gasket for the slip on and then there should be no issues and it will help with gas flow etc no leaks :)

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