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I'm looking into getting a yoshimura dual pipes for my 06 honda crf 250r. Does anyone have a soundclip i can listen to that has one on their bike. also is the titanium worth the extra money vs. the non titanium pipe. And how much of a difference have you seen over stock? do i need to rejet or anything when putting new exhaust on?

-Steve

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better off with a single MRD for the money and gains.. and yes you need to rejet to get the best performance out of it

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My friend had the yoshi duals for his CRF250R and its the best sounding one I have heard. Ti isn't really worth the money imo, and plan on re-jetting for the best power gains.

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I don't have a sound clip, but if you're looking into dual Yoshi's I'd strongly recommend them. I put them on my 06 a little under a year ago and love what it did to the bike. Opens it up so much. Gives a broad gain throughout the rpms.

I didn't rejet when I got it on there and it runs fine, I did buy my bike used though. It has never had jetting issues (Honda bog) or anything so I assume it's already been jetted.

I'd personally go with stainless header/titanium pipes if that is an option. I have the titanium header/carbon pipes set up on mine and the header has a few small dings in it from rocks etc.

Sounds a lot deeper, not necessarily louder but deeper. My dad always tells me he thinks I'm on a 450 when I run up on him and pass him before he see's it's me.

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