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07 1000R Senna catless mid pipe to a 02 750

Does anyone know if this is a direct swap or if I will have any fitment issues?

I'm new to the forum so if this question has been asked or answered a million times, I
tried the search before asking.

any help would be appreciated.

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Welcome to the forum.
Any pictures of the pipe you're trying to install? A new mid pipe is probably worth the extra few dollars on such a nice bike.
From what I remember your bike has the separate headers/mid pipe configuration, this changed on the later models, meaning you would require headers and mid pipe.
Early 750's had "twin" mid pipes, but I think be 02 that was pretty much history.
This means that the 750 mid pipe should fit on the Senna 1000.
I assume there is no Lambda sensor on your catalyc converter?

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It will fit with no modification.

I think he's going the other way, Dons.
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Yup, my bad, thanks for that Carl. Time I wake up and go earn some money.

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Thanks for the welcome.
I tried to upload a pic but didn't work, pic is too big.

I was more concerned about the size of the tubing. For example 750 has a 2 inch pipe and the 1000 would have a
2.5 inch pipe.
Looks identical to the Silmotor but stamped as an oem mv part #A3050

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http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...nk-pipe-detail

Notice how on the Silmotor describes the fitment as 750,1000, S. I'm assuming its a direct fit but still unsure.

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Direct fit mate.

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The guy said, if it does not fit I can return it.
I think I'm going to buy it. Hoping its a direct fit with no issues.

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I'm sure you'll be just fine. Remember to undo all the bolts which hold the system together when installing the new part. You need to be able to "wiggle" everything into place and line everything up before tightening.

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