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post #1 of 80 (permalink) Old 09-22-2014, 09:56 AM Thread Starter
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Are these RG3?

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They have bronze tips, larger than stock holes, but no "RG3" markings.

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I think I got my answer. An employee at Arrow said that they are likely an older set of RG3's, and will not have any special markings on them.

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the E3 marking means Euro3 compliant for emissions. Not likely RG3s....

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Looks like RG3's to me! later models did not have the RG3 markings on them if I remember correctly. I'll upload some pics again, shortly.
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Does indeed look like RG3. From what I understood there is a batch of 400 pieces of the older RG3 with the e number. Quite popular in Germany as you are in trouble without the e number over there. The later slash cut versions always have an e number.

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I concur. Thanks for the photos for comparison!

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Does indeed look like RG3. From what I understood there is a batch of 400 pieces of the older RG3 with the e number. Quite popular in Germany as you are in trouble without the e number over there. The later slash cut versions always have an e number.
Mine are slash cut and they have the E number as well. I know there was some talk of people selling the ones with the modified baffles as RG3s but mine dont appear to be modified in any way, just bigger:



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gee thanks for all the BULLSHIT PICTURES they don't mean SHIT......

except Slobo's picture of the part number 90376 e3....... that is the STOCK Euro3 pipe just like on my '05 1000S

on those pipes the inner 2 core IDs are 18.06mm

the outer 2 core IDs are 23.32mm

my right pipe is stamped "90376 e3"......don't know where the left one is

My RG3s.....square ends

the inner pipe is stamped "Arrow RG3"

the outer "MV Agusta"

the ID of the inner cores is 28.26mm

the ID of the outer cores id 30.58mm



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gee thanks for all the BULLSHIT PICTURES they don't mean SHIT......

except Slobo's picture of the part number 90376 e3....... that is the STOCK Euro3 pipe just like on my '05 1000S

on those pipes the inner 2 core IDs are 18.06mm

the outer 2 core IDs are 23.32mm

my right pipe is stamped "90376 e3"......don't know where the left one is

My RG3s.....square ends

the inner pipe is stamped "Arrow RG3"

the outer "MV Agusta"

the ID of the inner cores is 28.26mm

the ID of the outer cores id 30.58mm



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You're full of shit man, can't you see the difference in between the two pipes

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gee thanks for all the BULLSHIT PICTURES they don't mean SHIT......

except Slobo's picture of the part number 90376 e3....... that is the STOCK Euro3 pipe just like on my '05 1000S

on those pipes the inner 2 core IDs are 18.06mm

the outer 2 core IDs are 23.32mm

my right pipe is stamped "90376 e3"......don't know where the left one is

My RG3s.....square ends

the inner pipe is stamped "Arrow RG3"

the outer "MV Agusta"

the ID of the inner cores is 28.26mm

the ID of the outer cores id 30.58mm



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For once I agree with Dons

What a nonsense... There are batches of RG3 with the e number and all slash cut versions have it. And you don't have to measure, you see the difference right away. Plus: if you have the titanium version the inner core is even bigger than the standard RG3. Did not know that myself, but just bought another F4 1078 which has the ti version and just found out. And BTW: they also have the e number

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