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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2006, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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Yoshi RS5 bracket modification question.

I just received my new Yoshi RS5 in CF with Endcap in CF.

I want to make the modify the bracket to reduce the gap between the exhaust and the tail.

I was wondering, to reduce the stress apply to the can by the shorten bracket, did any of you didn't put the mid bolt in ( bolt near the rear peg ) ?

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To help others with there RS 5 bracket modification, I answered my own question:

I did the modification this weekend and I didn't put the mid bolt on. Everything is held tight enough just with the shorten Can Bracket and the clamp on the mid pipe. Nothing moves or vibrates without the mid bolt.

This way you don't have to apply unnecessary stress to the CF Can by forcing the Can into place with the modified bracket.

I'll try to post some pic this week.
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That is the way mine worked out as well...
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