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Arrow stainless header compatibility

Anyone know if these headers are compatible with RG3 exhaust? mid pipe and headers look to be 1 piece on this setup. But it says its only for the Arrow thunder exhaust????

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Anyone know if these headers are compatible with RG3 exhaust? mid pipe and headers look to be 1 piece on this setup. But it says its only for the Arrow thunder exhaust????

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RACING-COLLE...645ec5&vxp=mtr
I have a set on mine with the RG3 fitted. They fit no problems.
Say goodbye to easy oil changes though as it's a *very* tight fit to get the OEM filter in and Noels magic Purolator filter will certainly not fit without removing pipes 1&2 and even then I'm not sure I would want to have the oil filter so close to the exhaust...


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Not worried about filter changes. Thanks for the info.

Any idea how much lighter the arrow headers are than stock?

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They will definitely be lighter because of the all tube construction and lack of cat. Not sure how much though as I didn't weigh them. Let’s be real, how much difference is a couple of kg's going to make to the way any of us ride? I could lose a lot more weight than I could remove from my bike and it would be a hell of a lot cheaper too...
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lol, you got that right. Im just keeping a tally of all the weight I take off. Thats all. And my bike has been cat free since day one.

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I wouldn't bother with them if you're trying to take weight off your bike Joe, very little difference between them and your stock headers, and for performance you'd have to get the bike tuned to gain anyway.
Save up for a Ti system instead.

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i have arrow headers and decat plus rg3's there is no problem with fit , also to change the filter on my 1078 f4 is easy with headers in position although it is quite tight
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i have arrow headers and decat plus rg3's there is no problem with fit , also to change the filter on my 1078 f4 is easy with headers in position although it is quite tight
The Race kit headers ?

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yes thats right i got them from evolution bike in italy with the rg3's
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Dons, I was planning on getting it tuned anyway. Ti is way too pricey.

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