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Going back to Stock from a Yoshi slipon, what a good price?

I honestly prefer a quieter ride. Someone online has offered me 150 plus a stock exhaust for my yoshimura rs5 oval stainless steel slip on. Seems like a good deal right? I dont seem to see many for sale locally so I dont know a good asking price.

Also, could one assume that my bike will actually run a bit better with the stock setup seeing as it is not tuned?
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im not 100% sure but id have thought the only difference youd notice when you put oem pipe on will be its quieter ,i dont think youll notice its (running any better or any worse)
with regards to price not sure

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Probably notice an improvement on fuel consumption when fitting the OEM pipe.. performance wise as stated by 'Ash' little difference


remember.. loud pipes can save lives
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Thanks for the info guys. Sure loud pipes save lives but they also keep my bike under 7k rmp if I feel like waking the entire city. I think quite pipes also save you on speeding tickets.
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did your yoshi not come with removable baffle? that will quiet it down quite a bit

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