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post #1 of 17 Old 04-29-2019, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
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What are my options . Are arrow any good ? . there are cheap ones like black widow for 399 pounds sterling . I know yoshimura do them but very expensive . just wanted to know anyone's experience in them . Thanks for any help . just bought an R11 carbon yoshimura slip on. So be nice to complimentary at sometime .
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What are my options . Are arrow any good ? . there are cheap ones like black widow for 399 pounds sterling . I know yoshimura do them but very expensive . just wanted to know anyone's experience in them . Thanks for any help . just bought an R11 carbon yoshimura slip on. So be nice to complimentary at sometime .
The arrows are popular. All would do well when paired with a good tune. The dominator decat link pipe is also great value for money if you wanted to keep the original headers.

Where did you find the r11 slip on? I'm still looking for one of those.

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Thanks mate . If you go on yoshimura website they have them .my local Suzuki dealer got it for me . It's the R 11 black magic one I got. I pick it up tonight I'll post a picture ok . cheers
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Yoshimura R11 black magic
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That looks nice
You’ll have to post another one when it fitted


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Yes I'll be putting it on at the weekend. I'll put up some photos . Cheers
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Yoshimura R11 black magic
Looks cool eh.

Mine has a carbon tip.

Can the internals be taken out?.

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Yes mine is all carbon ,and im not sure if you can remove the the internals , iv not really looked at it properly as I'll fit it at weekend . I'll let you know ok .
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Yes mine is all carbon ,and im not sure if you can remove the the internals , iv not really looked at it properly as I'll fit it at weekend . I'll let you know ok .
Yes you can remove the baffle theres a rubber bung over a small grub screw, remove the bung then the screw and use long nosed pliers and slowly coaxe the baffle out i did it on my R11 can....i have yoshi headers on mine...no they not cheap....i have the metal magic r11...dealer put it on in the deal...would of preferred the black magic with it being the phantom
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I'm definitely getting the yoshimura headers now sorted them out , I'll get them in about 3 weeks so looking forward to it all coming together .be getting it reflashed after that . It's all fun and money haha .
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