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Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

I am getting a Yoshi R-77 fitted to my 09 Blade and I have just noticed that they are not road legal.

Does anyone have one fitted to their bike and is it really loud? What is the DB limit, anyone know?

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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

I thought that Yoshi came with a removable baffle to make it street legal ??
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

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I thought that Yoshi came with a removable baffle to make it street legal ??
Nope. Is says that they are designed for track use only and not for road.

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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

Any of the new aftermarket exhausts come with that warning. Its a new requirement.
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Any of the new aftermarket exhausts come with that warning. Its a new requirement.
Aha, ta mate. It does look like it has a baffle inserted, I must admit.

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Aha, ta mate. It does look like it has a baffle inserted, I must admit.
I got full r-77 system, it arrived with the baffle, in a separate bag. never had the baffle in. it is loud, but not too bad. I have had it for almost two months, ride daily to london and never had any trouble. the can had a sticker saying 'not for road use', but it came off very quickly.
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

It's terrible when the can gets warm and those stickers just "fall" off
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

Just installed one on my 08 Blade, the baffle came in a separate bag like blackadder said, not much of a baffle, just a little smaller straight through pipe, the sound is maybe a little louder than the stock with the flapper open, one other question, did you have to install a power commander to make the engine run smooth?
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

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Just installed one on my 08 Blade, the baffle came in a separate bag like blackadder said, not much of a baffle, just a little smaller straight through pipe, the sound is maybe a little louder than the stock with the flapper open, one other question, did you have to install a power commander to make the engine run smooth?
yes, I got the power commander and bmc road air filter and the bike was set up on the dyno. it ran very lean with the new exhaust.
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

its loud but not obnoxious, baffle quietens it a bit....
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

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Nope. Is says that they are designed for track use only and not for road.
Hi Gazza,

Just had a R-77 yoshi fitted yesterday to my 09 Blade. It came with a baffle which at the moment is not fitted. Its sounds great and yes, its quite noisy.

I had it fitted by Honda dealer whilst they were repairing some damage, they never mentioned, non-road legal, niether did the rep, or their brochure.

I will look into this, but from what Ive read, they are road legal, most certainly with baffle inserted.

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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

Has anyone found that they really needed a PC to be fitted, could you really tell the difference?

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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

a pc3 is not normally needed with a slipon, but if u want the fuelling right and to smooth out the power i would get one, much nicer to ride once the fuelling is sorted out. we have found with most bikes that we have tuned with a slipon and pc3 u usually have to take fuel out not add it.
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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

Still got my stock can on at the moment but definately want an R-77 at some point.

I would have one fitted by now if it wasn't for my f**king noisy neighbour who has made me fork out £1500 to have our partitian wall soundproofed!

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Re: Yoshimura R-77 Slip On

about noise: I mentioned I got full R-77 system, I guess that should be louder than slip on, now yesterday I went to a track evening, where the requirement was to pass noise test, 101 dB, and I did pass. The bike is definitely noisier than standard one, but it is not too bad.
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