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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-03-2014, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Yoshi rs5 slip on came with silencer.. anyone install or no?

Is it just preference or do people only usually install the silencer to pass inspection or something? How much quieter is this thing with silencer installed?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-03-2014, 11:04 PM
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Yosh is perfect wo the silencer. Not overbearingly loud by any neans
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Never fitted mine. I take it along for its annual inspection just in case but it's never been required.

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On my 2007 sunbeam had a full yoshi setup i put it in just cause i am not one that likes to draw attention. Also it muffled it just enough to make it have less of a wide open crack. I like it more with the silencer in than out.

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It's all up to you. Ride without it and if you think it's too loud put it in. Or try them both out to see which one you like more. It's just a nice option to have. There's also a couple different ones. I mean.....they are the same exhaust but there's one that's EPA certified and one that's not. It should have a sticker on the bottom stating it. Like the sticker on mine (non EPA) states that it is meant for closed courses only and I think mine sounds perfect without it. There's also different baffles out there as well lol. Just all personal preference.
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I have played around with the silencer, It does give the bike a nice raspy sound, but also takes away from the deep roar that yoshi is know for
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