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post #21 of 42 Old 11-15-2012, 09:25 AM
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i swear this yoshi has been the biggest pain! im just clean em with rubbing alcohol so they dont start looking awful
Not too bad once you do it a couple times

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You are getting a custom map right?

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long bladed flat head will pop the oem copper gaskets out. use a dab of grease or vaseline on the back of the new ones. that way when you push it into the head, they will stay. if you dont, they will fall out. the grease or vaseline will burn away once they get up to temp.

if you are using brand new gaskets and torque everything correctly, you should not have to use high temp silicone for exhaust leaks.

if you think the yosh is the only system that gives people problems, think again. most full systems are a bigger pain in the ass on this bike versus others.


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If you use gaskets on a street setup you will need to remove the right fan.

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gaskets on a street setup? can you explain this? gaskets always need to be used. doesnt matter what you are doing with the bike.

also, you dont need to remove the fan. you can pull the fan off and bend the brackets that attach it to the radiator. that will allow you to move the fan far enough away to keep it from rubbing on the header.


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gaskets on a street setup? can you explain this? gaskets always need to be used. doesnt matter what you are doing with the bike.

also, you dont need to remove the fan. you can pull the fan off and bend the brackets that attach it to the radiator. that will allow you to move the fan far enough away to keep it from rubbing on the header.
It says specifically in the instructions not to use gaskets. There is no need for them. I contacted Yosh to verify and they confirmed.
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i have seen that. if you run a flange on one end and the head on the other, you are going to have a small amount of residual blowby. no way around it. having any amount of blowby can affect your a/f ratio reading if you are running a sniffer in the exhaust (custom map,etc.)


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True, maybe that's why my bike has the "Yamaha tick"?

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are these copper rings the gaskets? cuz them sucker are in there, so are we for sure yet that the yoshi does not need them? cuz once i take em off.....im not tryna get new ones


and lexus rx.....y didnt i think of just bending the rad fan bracket before im an idiot
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