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post #31 of 37 Old 03-09-16, 20:49
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Mine came in today! Have to get some new exhaust gaskets to actually mount it but will dry-mount it this weekend.

Do you guys think I can get away with using the current header gaskets?
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Mine came in today! Have to get some new exhaust gaskets to actually mount it but will dry-mount it this weekend.

Do you guys think I can get away with using the current header gaskets?
It is "recommended" to use new gaskets. I have however reused the gaskets and they sealed ok, but eventually they will leak.

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post #33 of 37 Old 03-09-16, 21:06
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I have 13k on my13d675r and the gaskets were shot. Litterally breaking apart when I pulled them out

I definitely would!
Get them from a local dealer though if possible. Most of the time it takes 5-6 business days to come in
I ordered from bike bandit and had shipping cost that was even more than the gaskets themselves.
I figured they'd be in in a week.... It took 9 days for them to ship and another 5 to get to me....

Post up pics of the header!!
I will be getting mine back in next week.!
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Haas anyone actually confirmed the performance gain? I don't doubt theres gains, I'm just curious how much. Whats the weight difference?

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Lots of people have dyno'd before and afters. The thing to note is that the header alone isn't going to net you any big gains. But as part of a system where you'd also replace the muffler with an aftermarket one, and a tune so that your bike knows how to utilize it's free flowing exhaust, I think 8-10 hp is pretty standard. In comparison, a full Arrow titanium race exhaust on my '12 netted 13 hp.

And I'm not sure about the weight difference. It does save some weight, more so on the 06-12 vs the 13+. On the 06-12 I'm removing the cat and exup, on a 13+ it's only the cat. The exup.is part of the mid-pipe and gets removed with most slip-ons. If I can find a small scale, I'll weigh them before/after and post the results.
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Forgot to post up. TRMN8TR headers for my '10 were shipped quickly and slid right in place, he also made sure to have it preset for my Competition Werkes exhaust. BIG thumbs up. Sent him my stock headers as well...Hoping to dyno soon.
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