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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11th January 2021, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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GSXR Exhaust the same?

So I laid my K5 down a year and a half ago and I want to replace the scraped up muffler. When I finally got around to getting everything rounded up, I found out Danmoto closed shop and I couldn't find a replacement. I found one on eBay that says it fits up to an 05 GSXR 600. Does anyone know if they swap?? By the pictures that are posted it looks right, but I don't know for sure and the seller won't give me dimensions...
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So I laid my K5 down a year and a half ago and I want to replace the scraped up muffler. When I finally got around to getting everything rounded up, I found out Danmoto closed shop and I couldn't find a replacement. I found one on eBay that says it fits up to an 05 GSXR 600. Does anyone know if they swap?? By the pictures that are posted it looks right, but I don't know for sure and the seller won't give me dimensions...
You laid a K5 SV1000 down ?

If so, no, the GSXR can isn't going to go, not without at least some sort of bodged up mounting bracket.... the mount tab is in a different place
Also, not sure that the stud pattern is the same centre to centre .......
The gasket is the same part number.....which points to it MAYBE being the same bolt pattern.....but no certainty....

Orginal cans are getting hard to come by.......

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Sounds like you are wondering if the Gsxr Danmoto is the same design, not OEM? It's a similar flange attachment?

Sorry I don't know, just hoping to help clarify. Perhaps they have a common part number for the OEM crush gasket?
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Sounds like you are wondering if the Gsxr Danmoto is the same design, not OEM? It's a similar flange attachment?

Sorry I don't know, just hoping to help clarify. Perhaps they have a common part number for the OEM crush gasket?
Yeah, thats an idea, never thought of that....at least an aftermarket will have a moveable hanger strap......

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Yes, what I'm wondering is does anyone know if the can might be the same length and if the bolt pattern would be the same. I have DanMoto JISU aftermarkets on the bike currently. The pictures that are posted on eBay make it look similar in mounting design but I just can't tell for sure.
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The seller did send me dimensions and they do match up with what I have. Thanks for the time guys!
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The seller did send me dimensions and they do match up with what I have. Thanks for the time guys!
If you wanted to get real silly, you could have the flange arrangement cut off and straight pipe fitted so that you can fit almost anything on there...
Just choose the most common slip on size......

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That would be a bit on the wild side for my hopes and dreams for this bike. I like that the bike is mostly stock, very little done to it by previous owners and in my opinion done very tastefully. If I got desperate I might have done that, but no need to now that I found a replacement. It was NOS to boot, so I'm pretty excited!
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...............................but no need to now that I found a replacement. It was NOS to boot, so I'm pretty excited!
Thats awesome...... well done

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