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F4R standard exhaust fitted to an F4S

I have done some searches and think this fits (but nothing answering the question directly I could find). Could pick up a set of standard F4R exhausts here quite cheaply, and prefer the look.

Want an RG3 system later, but for now this would just be for a bit of fun.

Anyone done this or have any advise as to any fitment pitfalls?

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Honestly...unless I am missing something...arent they the exact same?

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Ha - I just posted a thread on this , I put stock Senna pipes on my F41000 S , huge difference, better then stock, louder !!! also better then RG-3 from AGO bike that I've had.

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I have done some searches and think this fits (but nothing answering the question directly I could find). Could pick up a set of standard F4R exhausts here quite cheaply, and prefer the look.

Want an RG3 system later, but for now this would just be for a bit of fun.

Anyone done this or have any advise as to any fitment pitfalls?

Thanks
Oh yes they'll fit right in. No mods neccessary. I think CAG has a set sitting in his garage. Send him a PM
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Honestly...unless I am missing something...arent they the exact same?
Bingo, both have 93076 stamped on them. The ones on mine are the dark grey/brown anodized/stained finish. Makes them look more curved.

The R ones are polished stainless and it makes them look flatter IMHO.

I am looking at a real bike vs pictures....

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