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Old 11-27-2012, 08:18 AM   #11
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

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I have an 2008 R6 and want to use the 2005 Headerpipe and the akrapovic exhaust.

pickpocket you already did this ?

Did it sounds good ?
It's loud as sin... And I had to modify my race fairings to work with them. You will need to be careful you don't melt your street plastics if you've got those installed, since I believe there's a bit of an issue with 2008+.
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:23 AM   #12
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It's loud as sin... And I had to modify my race fairings to work with them. You will need to be careful you don't melt your street plastics if you've got those installed, since I believe there's a bit of an issue with 2008+.
I think about to run this with akrapovic hexagonal and DB eater, this should give a good and not to loud sound

whats the problem hat 2008+ ?

The cover at the R6 2008+ has a heat "foil" at the inside i hope this will be usable and is not gonna melt....

If it dont fit, what did i have to chance at the pipe ?
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:29 AM   #13
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

Some people run double gaskets on the exhaust port into the header to move it down enough to clear the belly IIRC
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:36 AM   #14
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

so i have to use two gaskets from engine to the header pipe?

if everything will fit then it would be nice
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

It's kind of a "guess and check" sort of deal...
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:55 AM   #16
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

i hope everything will fit nice,

Do you have a Sound Check for me? cant find any on YouTube
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i hope everything will fit nice,

Do you have a Sound Check for me? cant find any on YouTube
The closest thing to a sound clip that I have is this...


http://youtu.be/xJSj_lEB120?t=3m8s
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:37 PM   #18
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Re: RJ09 Exhaust on Yamaha RJ15

a onbord video is not a good sound check but thanks

i think about installing a PCV with autotune...but only if i get it for e cheap price

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a onbord video is not a good sound check but thanks

i think about installing a PCV with autotune...but only if i get it for e cheap price

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IMO on board video is ideal. Who cares what your bike sounds like but you, the person paying for it and riding it!
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IMO on board video is ideal. Who cares what your bike sounds like but you, the person paying for it and riding it!
thats right but its easyer to see how loud it is when r6 is standing
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