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Anyone got pics of yoshi rs-5 slip on exhaust on their bike? Too long?

I'm trying to get an idea if I want to have my yoshi slip on cut down a few inches or not. I'll be installing the Tripage integrated tail soon and also a yoshi rs-5 slip on with it lowered to make the integrated tail more visible.

Does anyone currently have this setup (lowered or not lowered) so I can see what it looks like?
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I have that exact set up gimme a few n ill shoot a pic for u w it lowered. Makes a helluva difference w the IT n doesnt look bad at all...
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Here are pictures of it lowered.
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Awesome thanks guys.. just what I was looking for. I've already got all the parts but I don't know what I'm doing really.. gonna have to take a day out of my schedule to work on the bike lol....

I've got the tripage integrated light with fender eliminator and yoshi lowering bracket, and also the yoshi slip-on itself.

Which would you recommend doing first?
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Here u go

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Where's your plate at and what setup to get it there lol?
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I got the tripage IT and between rear peg fender eliminator....u gotta take the whole back end apart to do exhaust so do that 1st than install the IT while reassembling everything. Id never worked on a bike n was able to figure it all out pretty easy..gona have a lot of extra bolts from removing the stock exhaust and heat shields as well
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I got the tripage IT and between rear peg fender eliminator....u gotta take the whole back end apart to do exhaust so do that 1st than install the IT while reassembling everything. Id never worked on a bike n was able to figure it all out pretty easy..gona have a lot of extra bolts from removing the stock exhaust and heat shields as well
Did it just go on there like it would anywhere else? I wonder the legality of that in my state.. had any cops stop you about it? (the plate)
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The bracket mounts from left to right side and the plate mounts to that bracket. Havent had any issues w cops here where im at yet. Its fully visible n lit up from the back
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Which mount/bracket is that?
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The $25 fender eliminator from tripage
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Full length & Lowered


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^ Do you notice a sound difference?
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Slight but not much tbh. I used the same amount of packing material that yoshi supply for the full can in the shortened exhaust. More dense packing offsets some of the potential for increased noise I suspect.

If it was a lot louder I'd just put the removable baffle in :)

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Just lowered.

- Tripage lowering kit & adj. FE
- Fender dremeled to keep exhaust guards

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Here's my Yoshi RS5.

It's the older model that comes without the end cone so looks slightly smaller in length

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How did you shorten the yoshi pipe?
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How did you shorten the yoshi pipe?
Take out the rivets, remove the caps, than cut it down. Personally wouldnt do it to an exhaust I invested $400+ in
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How did you shorten the yoshi pipe?

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Take out the rivets, remove the caps, than cut it down. Personally wouldnt do it to an exhaust I invested $400+ in
Most of what you just said is standard recommended procedure for repacking. The manufacturers tell you to do this. The only extra part when shortening the can is cutting the desired length off.



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Most of what you just said is standard recommended procedure for repacking. The manufacturers tell you to do this. The only extra part when shortening the can is cutting the desired length off.



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I understand the repacking method was saying that I wouldn't cut mine down
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I understand the repacking method was saying that I wouldn't cut mine down

That's cool, each to their own and all that. I guess I look at it a little differently to some as I'm in a job where I fabricate/manufacture components. But I really don't think it's anything to worry about. There's nothing in there to break as such. If you can repack your exhaust and you can cut a relatively straight line with a dremel then you're more than capable of shortening an exhaust.


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That's cool, each to their own and all that. I guess I look at it a little differently to some as I'm in a job where I fabricate/manufacture components. But I really don't think it's anything to worry about. There's nothing in there to break as such. If you can repack your exhaust and you can cut a relatively straight line with a dremel then you're more than capable of shortening an exhaust.


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Ya im not very mechanically sound lol so id prob butcher it
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https://www.motomummy.com/yoshimura-...-rs-5-slip-on/

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I will admit that the Yoshi canister is too long, I cut mine down 5 and 1/2 inches then flipped the canister so that the emblem was not being hid by the strap. I'll pm you a picture of how it looks. not too hard of a job as long as you know how to do rivets
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That's cool, each to their own and all that. I guess I look at it a little differently to some as I'm in a job where I fabricate/manufacture components. But I really don't think it's anything to worry about. There's nothing in there to break as such. If you can repack your exhaust and you can cut a relatively straight line with a dremel then you're more than capable of shortening an exhaust.


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