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High mount exhaust vs normal exhaust

Are the mid pipes still made? Are high mounts more desirable? I think they look way nicer but I?m unable to find just the pipe to from normal to high mounts.

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I will have used high mount pipes for sale by the end of the year. I agree the high pipes look a lot better on the RC.
I need to switch to low (standard) mounts due to clearance issues with the rear sets.
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I will have used high mount pipes for sale by the end of the year. I agree the high pipes look a lot better on the RC.
I need to switch to low (standard) mounts due to clearance issues with the rear sets.
That's one thing to watch out for if you have big feet. If you can see the midpipes installed, you can check how much clearance it has from the rearset. If buying used, look for the burnt boot stain on the pipes. Not that it damages the pipe, but consider your boot size, and angle of your foot when riding. Same applies for passenger pegs if you use them.

But yes, highmounts and bonsais are cool on our bikes.

John, 2000 RC51 #000100

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