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Yamaha exhaust question

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' started by SinFulNard, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. Hey guys.

    I need some help with my exhaust. Had a hole in it, a mate welded it up. Now i'm looking to sell and I'm over the fuglyness of it.

    Questions with pics to follow:
    1) Who and how much can fix this? (straight to the point)
    Cash is an issue, so lesser the better
    2) Why can't I just buy any alright 250 exhaust and slip it on there.... someone somewhere linked this http://www.bcomponents.com.au/products/display_item.asp?DID=91&CID=107&PID=5613 but I notice its not street approved, which is a problem.... its well within my cash limit but I doubt it will be a sufficient replacement.


    The pics don't really show it but its a 4-into-2 exhaust setup. I'm looking to sell so need it looking tip top.


    oh yea, I'm not really that mechanical so someone might need to explain the whole "why i cant slip on anything" issue.
  2. nothing? no one? anything....
  3. Have you tried your local wreckers for just that one barrel? I would think that will be your cheapest and best bet?
  4. Welded? looks like someone shoved a donut in the end can :LOL:

    Wreckers, as suggested would be the cheapest option. If you are selling bugger buying a new system for it
  5. Is the outlay for repair more than what the uglyness will cost you when selling? I think not.