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post #11 of 20 Old 11-29-2012, 11:30 AM
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Just installed Yoshimura TRS Carbon Fiber.
It came off an R6 , chopped to 10 inches.


How are those mirrors? Any issues because they are shorter? Could you post a photo from the front?

Nice setup btw!!
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how was the sound from the r1 exhaust vs. the yoshi exhaust? which one is ouder? bike looks good bro !!
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need sound clip for R1 muffler and Yoshi R6 muffler on this bike
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The Yoshimura is louder than the R1 muffler.

Here's the stock mirror compare to the 600RR mirror.



Just installed a Sharkskinz race tail. Dont know from what bike. Did some trimming and bondo to make it fit.
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Thank you sire for the pictures.... I have always contemplated painting my lower cowl Red aswell but wasnt sure how it would look with the silver panels..
Nice job on the cowl aswell
Would you have a DIY thread for the same?
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The Yoshimura is louder than the R1 muffler.

Here's the stock mirror compare to the 600RR mirror.



Just installed a Sharkskinz race tail. Dont know from what bike. Did some trimming and bondo to make it fit.

Sry this is an old post. But do the 600RR mirrors just fit on this bike or do we have to do sth to make them fit? (+which RR mirrors are those? Which year?)
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Sry this is an old post. But do the 600RR mirrors just fit on this bike or do we have to do sth to make them fit? (+which RR mirrors are those? Which year?)
Nothing wrong with digging up old threads.

The mounting bases have the same bolt hole spacing, so they will bolt right up on the 250R. I believe those mirrors are the same from any of the later model 600RR's. Although they're not cheap to buy them new from Honda, you might be able to find a used set of take off's from track/race bikes.

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Nothing wrong with digging up old threads.

The mounting bases have the same bolt hole spacing, so they will bolt right up on the 250R. I believe those mirrors are the same from any of the later model 600RR's. Although they're not cheap to buy them new from Honda, you might be able to find a used set of take off's from track/race bikes.
is that mean all 600RR mirror will fit CBR250? any other bike's mirror is similar? I've been searching for this info for sometimes now..
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Just installed Yoshimura TRS Carbon Fiber.
It came off an R6 , chopped to 10 inches.





One questions.
I read that you should not use slip on from other model bikes on CBR. Possible engine damage and so forth…
Have you had any problems with that slip on? Any issues?
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