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Old 10-11-2017, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default 1990 GSX600F exhaust fitment

Hey guys, new to the forum. Rebuilding a 1990 GSX600F. Probably going to have a lot of stupid questions coming.

So far, I haven't been able to find very much info on this so far, but what year exhausts would fit my bike? 88-97? 97+? GSX750F? The best (really only) I've found so far for an exhaust kit is a Vance & Hines 4-1, but I'd kind of like to retain the 4-2 setup. (Really just looking for a pipe that I can put a pair of Yoshimuras on.)
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Old 10-11-2017, 11:07 PM   #2
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For duals, you’ll want to keep the stock header or Fab a splitter on a better header. Pick your cans (mufflers) and have a muffler shop bend up new mid pipes or use what you can from the old one and graft the new cans to them. I find it a better fit if you have new midpipes bent to where you want the cans. It cost me $2o total for my midpipe so, $40 for 2. If I can find another Devil can that’s my route.
Now for headers you can get lucky and find a yoshimura header, not likely. Use and after market header from ?. You can use a prior the 92 600/750 GSXR, Bandit header, or a post Katana header (98-06) but, youl’ll need a post oil pan and oil pickup so, the header clears the oil pan. From there all of the above are still true.
There are whole systems still available for the old katana. They are single can only systems. V&H is one and very popular due to availability.
You could fab a whole exhaust or have one made also.
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Old 12-29-2017, 05:51 AM   #3
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V&H is one and very popular due to availability.
There is truth in this statement. I just picked up two basket cases and they both came with a V&H 4-1 systems. Huh, who knew?
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thank baby jesus my kat came with a yoshi on it. i <3 my yoshi
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Yeah my '90 750 project has a V&H on it too. It's in pretty rough shape and it's too freakin loud. Not sure what to do about that. Loud is fine. But it's really, REALLY loud.
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Repack the can.
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Loud is fine. But it's really, REALLY loud.
D&D pipes are also known to be really loud. But they come that way. As mentioned above, repack your can and you'll be good.
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