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    Guys, my original pipe on my 2000 750 Kat rusted through where the pipe meets the header collector. Where can I find a replacement, either stock or aftermarket.. It seems Suzuki no longer manufactures a stock replacement. Any help is appreciated. I posted in the "Parts Wanted" section, but no responses. Thanks again.

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    eBay, used will work fine
    1998 Katana 750
    1992 Katana 1100
    2006 Ninja 250

    2006 Katana 600 RIP - 130k miles

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    • #3
      Also depends on what your goal is. Direct oem replacment...ebay. Anything aftermarket and you'll need to jet/tune carbs

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      • #4
        I've noticed thru some research and just plain looking at the thing
        this exhaust is huge. Our 750's have a 187cc cylinder exhausting
        one at a time through 4 pipes with the dual crossover system used
        by the factory. They didn't even use slip on silencers as the whole
        intake/jetting/exhaust system is matched quite nicely.

        I'd lay odds that the stock pipes are literally the best exhaust for
        the Katanas.

        I'm gonna sweeten the idle mixture screws a bit and that's all.
        Even the intake hole is pretty wide for one small cyl to be drawing
        air at any given time. The filter provides good vacuum to pull up
        the carb sliders but breathes very freely. Ebay all the way !!

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        • #5
          Was trying to answer this post but I see it's an old from from the backup server crash
          Last edited by Malloc; 10-24-2018, 11:42 PM.
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          • #6
            There is a company called Delkevic and they make oem compatible headers in stainless and are well priced. They make quality kit! Worth checking out. I've got a nice carbon can on my b12 and it's great quality. Stainless downpipes! They state no jetting required but even if you did, that would be the last set of pipes you'd ever need!
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            • #7
              Yoshi RS3 is the best sounding on oil-cooled kats if you ask me.................with the silencer installed and Ivan's Jetkit, it's a nice upgrade.

              Duro

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mx916 View Post
                Guys, my original pipe on my 2000 750 Kat rusted through where the pipe meets the header collector. Where can I find a replacement, either stock or aftermarket.. It seems Suzuki no longer manufactures a stock replacement. Any help is appreciated. I posted in the "Parts Wanted" section, but no responses. Thanks again.
                Where are you located? We promise not to send killer hit squads or homely sisters looking for husbands.
                I have a complete 750 system in good shape, dual muffs, pre 97.

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                • #9
                  That's what I have RS3 and ivans with a stock air box and filter sounds amazing

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Malloc View Post
                    Was trying to answer this post but I see it's an old from from the backup server crash

                    I answered a thread last night , that wasn't old, and it just disappeared when I clicked reply.
                    My Katana-1100 17" wheel swap
                    http://katriders.com/vb/showthread.php?t=136894

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