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Yoshimura RS-5 CBR1000RR and CBR600RR the same?

Will an RS-5 from a CBR1000RR fit an '06 CBR600RR? Thinking of just installing the muffler alone, keeping the midpipe stock.
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No, and the mid pipe on a stock muffler is permanently attached to the stock muffler as well.

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Maybe he intended on cutting the stuff muffler off of the stock midpipe...

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The inlet pipe on my Scorpion can is 51mm... that may not be a universal 600RR thing, but if the 1000RR can has the same diameter inlet, it could be possible.

edit: yeah, you'd have to cut the midpipe and the angle it attaches to the stock can means you couldn't really use it with a straight can.

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