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post #1 of 46 Old 12-14-2016, 03:04 AM Thread Starter
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A-tech belly pan?

Anyone know if the yoshimura 3/4 slip on for the gen for is wider/longer than the factory cat at the "coiled" section of the plumbing? Really liking how this looks, but I'm trying to gauge if it'll fit over the exhaust without issues.








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Anyone know if the yoshimura 3/4 slip on for the gen for is wider/longer than the factory cat at the "coiled" section of the plumbing? Really liking how this looks, but I'm trying to gauge if it'll fit over the exhaust without issues.








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This doesn't work with stock bodywork, iv looked into this, they make a belly pan for stock bodywork also but looks a bit difference.

The body work in those photos is there complete carbon body work which uses the track style fairing layout with the stock fairing design, it isn't cheap!
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Found this from Atech though:





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That's the one i was referring to above when I said they make one that works with stock body work, doesnt look as good though and not sure it actually works as a proper belly pan
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I might like it more than seeing the somewhat weird looking piping on the gen 4 yoshimura 3/4 piping hahaha.


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Love Japan stuff but its very expensive I suppose.
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Love Japan stuff but its very expensive I suppose.


It's actuallly not too expensive. For a carbon "belly pan" it's only around $210 USD


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Have one of this in order, but the estimated date of shipment is around February 20, when it arrives i give some feedback
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Have one of this in order, but the estimated date of shipment is around February 20, when it arrives i give some feedback
Which kind did you get and where did you order it? I was going to probably order one before too but was a little nervous of the one website I found them on
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