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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-10-2014, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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Fitting newer cbr exhaust to 04 cbr

Hey guys, I know there is a topic on hear about it, searche for it and can't find it. Wondering what needs to be done to a 07+ exhaust for an 04. Earthier headers back or slip on


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Anyone, anyone at all?


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Depends on the exhaust you are fitting. Newer exhaust have a larger inlet than the older ones. I looked into this awhile back but decided to get a full exhaust for my year.




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Well I was thinking, would I be able to bring a can and mid pipe to a muffler shop and have them put the bend in the pipe and take the mounts off my midpipe now so it can hook up to stock headers? Thanks for te reply by the way


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A muffler shop should be able to fit the can to the headers. Most of them have benders and can bend the midpipe to match, you might have to put a flair on the end to match up, but they shouldn't have a problem with that. "welding might be the only setback. Depends how clean you want it and how good they are at "laying nickles"




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You can always go to a custom exhaust shop and have them customize it.
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FWIW, when I bought the Jardine RT-1 for my '07 the guy I bought it from said he had it on his 1st gen RR (don't remember exactly which year). It still fit my bike perfectly fine although I noticed that the midpipe did not have a bracket welded to it. The opening of the midpipe fit perfectly over the CAT. I can't vouch for what the previous owner claimed so take this with a grain of salt.
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