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Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
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  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust
  • Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust

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Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On Exhaust 

The RS-5 Slip-On is one of Yoshimura's most popular exhausts featuring it's unique cone-shaped end cap, stainless steel tail-pipe, and carbon fiber sleeve. It's bold styling compliments the aggressive lines of the Daytona beautifully. If you want quality and performance at a great price, this is the system for you!

Slip-On includes RS-5 muffler, stainless steel tail-pipe, all installation hardware, and detail step-by-step instructions.

NOTE: Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.

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Great Exhaust!! This was a great purchase and it arrived very quickly. The exhaust sounds awesome and for me it was not hard to install at all. It comes with great instructions. Purchase. Install. Enjoy! June 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have this slip-on. What would be the next step if i wanted to upgrade without getting a full exhaust? Nov 28, 2013
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Gregory U: This is it, The slip on is mostly for aesthetics and better sound.

Otherwise you have to get full exhaust that removes the catalytic converter and then probably a power commander to remap for the full system. Not sure if you can use the slip on with full exhaust, I did not have to remap for the slip on, it works great just bolt it on,
Now you could just get a power commander and remap with slip on alone but I feel you would gain nothing appreciable.
Nov 28, 2013
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mark m: Aside from upgrading the exhaust perhaps you could change the sprocket configuration to give you more low end torgue. This gives you a quicker jump off the line but red lines sooner. Nov 28, 2013
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Ryan B: Does this come with a bracket for the license plate? Mar 2, 2014
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