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Feeler: Micron Full system might have to go

Guys I just bought a Micron full system. Serpent system with polished can. It seriously has about 3 hours of use. Dyno time and a couple of test runs.

My son just got sponsored by Yosh for supermoto and it would work out better for both of us if we were running the same exhaust because of the website and pit stuff. I just like things to be consistent.

I really like the Micron but if it will help my sons relationship with Yosh I'll take a hit and swap out.

Let me know if theres interest.
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I'll take some this weekend. Gotta tear the bike down and rebuild the forks and shock.
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what year will it fit?
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03 - 04 for sure. I dont know about 05-06
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05-06 has a different sub frame....no fit....

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u just sh!t all over my dreams
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05-06 has a different sub frame....no fit....
Yeah, just called Micron. Not even the headers will interchange.
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titanium system?
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Stainless. It's the hydroformed pipework.
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I have the same system except the muffer is Titanuim
no problems what so ever unless u consider using oem
oil filter a problem no other filter will work ( tight space )
come removal time just FYI



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No doubt, I bought a whole case of filters on E-Bay for cheap and couldnt use em. OEM's only.
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the header will work on an 05-06 but you'll have to mod the midpipe mount, which isn't much work. I just put a full arrow system for an 05-06 on my 04 that has the 06 subframe. The muffler and connecting pipe are different though. Just an FYI
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lol, you still have those oil filters kelly? Sorry I couldn't pick the exhaust up from you. Hope it all works out.

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No, gave them to my Dad for his ST and VFR.
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