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High mount mid pipes?

Would these work with a Yoshi RS3 system on my 05?

I dont see any measurements but I contacted the seller.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hindle-Link-...r#ht_783wt_879
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Unhappy

I contacted them last week sometime and the next day got a response. And they were suppose to email me back with more info. Been days now and no reply from them
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I contacted them last week sometime and the next day got a response. And they were suppose to email me back with more info. Been days now and no reply from them
Well Ill post something here if I get a response. What exhaust do you have?
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Ok, cool. Thanks.

I have Sato low mounts on SP2. My mission is to find a way to end up with the high/banzi mount!
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Ok, cool. Thanks.

I have Sato low mounts on SP2. My mission is to find a way to end up with the high/banzi mount!
Nice. I too want the banzi high mount look with my Yoshies!
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So I got a reply:

Hi Mate,
Sorry I haven't gotten back to you, my daughter was ill so I
haven't been at work the last couple of days. The links have an inlet of
2", they come with all the hardware to mount. I sell mufflers as well
which come with the bracketing hardware, I don't sell the bracketing
separately for the mufflers though.

I dont know what size the Yoshies are. Anyone else know?
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When I had my initial contact w this seller I asked if he had pix of the RC mids, he asked for my email. Then like I said earlier, never herd back.
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When I had my initial contact w this seller I asked if he had pix of the RC mids, he asked for my email. Then like I said earlier, never herd back.
I just gave him my email. I'll post some pics if I get any. According to Simon, yoshies are 57mm. I'm no scientist but I don't think thats 2". Can someone please confirm.
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57mm is 2-1/4"
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57mm is 2-1/4"
So is there an adapter I could buy? Or how else would one go about making this work? I feel like I'm close, just need this forums experts opinions.

Thanks agin for all he feedback.
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