Yoshimura TRS BO Stainless Header.





jeffgordons24

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Have my Yosh SS header removed to change to a Ti header.
It’s in decent shape, one tube is dented on bottom. I was running with a cut down carbon can but it suits a lot of different options.
Looking to get $50 bucks plus shipping if anyone is interested it’s just the header, I will be running the cut carbon can still on the bike.

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K-Clive

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I have a new K&N plus KERKER slip-on cans, plus stock cans - I guess I will need a PC gizmo too?
Is it OK to run a single KERKER can? It seems pretty free flow compared to the stock junk.(?)
 

Mr Brown

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I have a new K&N plus KERKER slip-on cans, plus stock cans - I guess I will need a PC gizmo too?
Is it OK to run a single KERKER can? It seems pretty free flow compared to the stock junk.(?)
Yes it will fit an 01, yes you can use a single Kerker can, (love the sound they have) and no, you won't NEED a PC, but it would be better if you did. And as GA said, a tune would be best.
 

K-Clive

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I have a 2001 K1200RS (out on loan in Phoenix at the moment - it's keeping my cancer buddy alive) I did pretty much the same with it... K&N + Two Bros Pipe and can and they have chip swap ECU so, I met a guy in Rhode Island who had about 7x different chip maps and was burning chips - I went for the best throttle response #296 and the bike runs fantastic plus gets 20km more on each tank of gas. It completely solved a cold engine stumble grumble issue and sounds really great. We also built a 2nd K1200RS into a Grinnall Scorpion 3 and used all the same, it is a very scary 800lb 130hp 3-wheeled car. The smaller back wheel diameter lowers the gearing so top speed goes from 150mph to 130mph and it goes pretty quick.
 




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