Yoshimura RS-3 Pro Series Complete Exhaust With Titanium Header - Dual [obs]

Yoshimura RS-3 Pro Series Complete Exhaust With Titanium Header - Dual [obs]
Yoshimura RS-3 Pro Series Complete Exhaust With Titanium Header - Dual [obs]

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mainman
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Power 5/5 Style 5/5
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this exaust system is fantastic!!! i have an 2008 CRF 250R with this exaust system on and iv tried all the other exaust systems... FMF, PRO CIRCUT etc... but the YOSHI'S by far give the best bottom, mid to top end power all the way through the powerband and it doesn't let the bike bog as much either.

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jmlf
Q: Whats the maintence needed wit the carbon exhaust?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: USA
A: The biggest thing you will want to make sure to replace is the packing. you don't want the packing to break down.
ThorRider362
Q: Without adding a Spark Arrestor, does this qualify and fit AMA Motocross db/A standards?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: I don't think this would pass the stringent AMA dB standards out of the box.
Motoxcrazy
Location: Cornville, Az
Q: Is there any difference?
Over 7 years ago
Is there any difference (besides the materials it's made with) between the carbon, stainless steel, and titanium models of this exhaust?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: The main differences are the material, weight, and maintenance. Carbon cans do require a lot more maintenance than titanium or stainless cans. The carbon set ups are a little bit lighter than the others, but if they aren't maintained properly they can break down pretty quick. As far as performance wise goes, they are all pretty much identical.
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