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post #1 of 10 Old 03-18-2017, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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Missing Yoshi Exhaust Bracket?

I bought a Yoshimura RS-5 slipon from someone local. Seems like i might be missing a bracket. This is the only thing he gave me besides the slipon itself (see picture). I am guessing i wont have any other way of getting this mounted. Any input is appreciated. Thanks.

It's an 05 636
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Do you have a rear passenger footpeg. Looks like that's where it should mount. However, I can't tell exactly with your photos.
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Do you have a rear passenger footpeg. Looks like that's where it should mount. However, I can't tell exactly with your photos.

I do but they aren't close the the under tail exhaust
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I do but they aren't close the the under tail exhaust
Are you sure that particular Yoshimura is meant to be used as an undertail? That bracket is definitely for a side mount. Both of the tabs come together and then attach to the passenger footrest bracket.

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It's an rs5 so I don't think it could be mounted anywhere other than under the tail
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Try contacting Yoshi and see if you can either get a parts listing or diagram.

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Okay, it looks like you have a bracket that is for a different bike (single center point attachment). You need a bracket that has two side point attachments like the one in these installation instructions I'm attaching (part #4 on page 8).
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Thanks, you are correct. It is the wrong bracket. I'm contacting Yoshimura now
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[QUOTE=Matcro369;1399458]Thanks, you are correct. It is the wrong bracket. I'm contacting Yoshimura now



Technically speaking, it's the wrong cannister, too. Yosh under tail zorsts are rectangle-ish (trapezoidal), not oval. What you have is a side mounted R5. What's designed to go undertail is a a trapezoid-shape muffler RS5. So let them know you're mounting an oval R5.

I have an R-77 c/f on my '15. I found Yosh in CA is very easy to work with. They might even cobble something ask if you ask real nice... ?
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Looks trapezoidal to me. Plus in the pic you can see the little curly pipe that connects to the mid pipe.

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