Yea, I've called and emailed Yosh USA and emailed Yosh Japan. Nobody seems to know the answer. They can tell me what won't work but not what will. Frustrating.motomummy said:did you call yoshimura usa and ask them? Not email, but call? They should be able to answer that question or get back to you on that I would think.
I wish that I had taken pics of the process of doing it. I drilled the rivets from the lower end and pulled the canister apart from there. cut 6 inches from that end of the canister, but had to break the welds on the opposite end of the core cause of the adapter that is fitted to that end. cut 6 inches from the core and refitted the adapter onto it with rivets. I also removed the steel wool core and removed some of the fiberglass packing. The sound is perfect for me, not too loud, but still loud enough that people hear you coming. It did kinda mess with the air/fuel mix a bit, but I didn't get a chance to remap it before I came back to Korea.motomummy said:that shorty yosh is badass...should do a small write up on how you made it like that or what not for others...looks awesome!
If you are looking for the dual tip Tri-Oval Shorty, check with fuelmoto.com...there is also another company that can get them in the US, but i can remember who it is right now.Zippy said:Yea, I've called and emailed Yosh USA and emailed Yosh Japan. Nobody seems to know the answer. They can tell me what won't work but not what will. Frustrating.
that's that hotness!palomartian said:J-Force!