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The muzzy is a little less money than the yosh, not sure how much but I haven't heard of any yosh's going for under $400 with the tec inserts and you can get the muzzy with the spark arrestor/quiet core kit for under easily. Unfortunately last I heard TT doesn't sell the muzzy, when I bought mine muzzy advertised on this site but I still couldn't buy one here.

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Check motofrugals.com for yosh price then TTstore will match it. I got the Yosh SS full system for $386 that way, the tec insert was another $15-18 I think.

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I was just browsing ebay and saw a dealer elling the Yosh Stainless R3 for about 4 hundy... Is this system loud without an insert, and is aninsert available? Also, is there a difference between an S and E exhaust? I definietly want a new exhaust this year, stainless is good enough, I want power but also something that can be made quiet for dualsporting. Is the Yosh R3 heading in the right direction :)

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i can't see a tech insert being needed..... there is no possible way that a 400cc motorcycle with a yosh on would be louder than a harley or a titan or something like that.

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For the street...it is no big deal. It is for the dual sport rides where you have to pass a sound check during a tec inspection where quiet might be required.

My Big Gun Race is as loud as they come. Nobody has ever complained to me about it...not on the street. I have not ridden on a dual sport ride that has done sound testing yet either.

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i always wondered the same thing about db levels on the yosh pipe. bought it anyway, and it is loud. sets off car alarms ! :) have pulled up at friends houses and they would already be coming out to see who pulled up on a harley!no lie. well, last november i entered that g.p. in gorman and i had to pass a sound ck......that thing was bouncing from 99 d.b's to 105 !!!!

good thing i brought my bad ass steel stocker! :D anyway, i absolutly love the full system, especially w/ all the other mods.just got the tec insert last sat. and tried the med.......i guess its a little bit more quite? :)

it mosdef sounds wierd. not goin to try the small, i sence battling that carb. :D again to re-jet! :p

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do you have a picture of your bike with the muzzy on it, if so can you put a picture on so i can see it. i see where you said you can get a muzzy for well under $400 i looked at the muzzy web site and it was $427 pluss $30 for the quiet insert and spark arrestor, where did you get yours.

thanks, mike :)

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That is excellent. The difference is very obvious. And on top of that you had the e exhaust. The difference over the S pipe is even more dramatic.

We need to show this to every individual who seeks to cut corners and go cheap on thier exhaust. Say no to slip ons!

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TT Store just did a price match on an FMF header for me. No Questions asked!!! :):):p Shop there help keep this site FREE!

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That is excellent. The difference is very obvious. And on top of that you had the e exhaust. The difference over the S pipe is even more dramatic.

We need to show this to every individual who seeks to cut corners and go cheap on thier exhaust. Say no to slip ons!

Feel free to link to this group of pics, I don't plan on moving/removing them. There is also an old post where I measured it at specific locations and burned did the same on a yosh ss.

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