Switching from Yoshimura to stock exhaust...maybe
My 95 YZF 600 has a Yoshimura exhaust on it, but the previous owner also gave me the stock exhaust. I'm starting to get the 3rd to degree about noise when I have to let it warm up with the choke before heading to work in the morning (I really miss fuel injection).
I don't know much about this, other than it looks pretty simple. The stock exhaust has a muffler and a mid-pipe that should connect to the rest of the system under the crank-case.
Is it as simple as it looks to swap it back?
Does it entail a carb adjustment?
Chances are if it is a full exhaust the jetting was changed due to the increased airflow. Otherwise, straight forward
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A noble concession on your part; however, it is likely that those who would complain about such a 'noise', would make little distinction between stock or not, and ultimately still be driven to find complaint.
But at least then you'll be justified in saying you tried!
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If it only goes as far as the crank case and not all the way to the engine, does that make it a slip on or a full exhaust?
Is there any way to confirm if the jetting was changed?
the only way to confirm the jetting is to pull the carbs apart. most slip ons are just a can and bolt near the passenger footpegs. only one way to find out is to do it, for most it wouldn't be a big deal.
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