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I ordered a set of ladybird titanium gp cans today to replace
my carbon Banzai cans. I made debating on selling the satos to offset the cost some. The cans are in good shape with no damage to the carbon, just a little UV fading. Any idea what they would be worth? There is about 10k miles on them.

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I ordered a set of ladybird titanium gp cans today to replace
my carbon Banzai cans. I made debating on selling the satos to offset the cost some. The cans are in good shape with no damage to the carbon, just a little UV fading. Any idea what they would be worth? There is about 10k miles on them.
Are they high or low mount and are they for a sp1 or sp2. Sorry if this is a ignorant question and i have no idea on the value but I looking for some pipes for my ride. If you fiqure out a good price and have pics let me know. My bike is a sp2 and I need low mounts.

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i was considering selling just the cans, not the mids. the cans are from a sp2
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Ok. thanks for the quick reply.

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SP1 or SP2: The cans shouldn't matter. What determines fitment is the midpipe.
Forsaken is talking about the cans only, you would need your own midpipe. If you have the stock exhaust, then you cant reuse the mids, as their welded on to the can.

If you have aftermarket exhaust, then chances are better for reusing your midpipes.

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SP1 or SP2: The cans shouldn't matter. What determines fitment is the midpipe.
Forsaken is talking about the cans only, you would need your own midpipe. If you have the stock exhaust, then you cant reuse the mids, as their welded on to the can.

If you have aftermarket exhaust, then chances are better for reusing your midpipes.
Now I understand. Thanks for the clrification. I clearly have much to learn.

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I'm a little late to the party ....but each can has got to be worth one hundred or more. Why are you switching to ladybirds. And by now they should be on your bike so ... how are they? Did they fit up okay? Do they sound better? Have they made your bike run differently ie. backfires or performance issues? Do you have a picture? I am running banzai satos and I would like to know how the changeover went for you in case I ever have to go that route. Thanks, Kale
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