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Hi guys,

I read a lot about Arrow Rg3 in the forum, I would like yo know your opinions about the next photos....is it an Arrow Rg3? Is it only a change tips?

I would try to put more photos as son as possible.

Thanks in advance,

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Those tips do not signify RG3. You have to compare the inner diameter of the outlets. Those tip were present on the CC and the 312RR 1078 F4.
The RG3 pipes are on the left....stock on the right.

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Those tips do not signify RG3. You have to compare the inner diameter of the outlets. Those tip were present on the CC and the 312RR 1078 F4.
The RG3 pipes are on the left....stock on the right.

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thanks for your help and quickly answer.

The inner diameter it’s like left one, not like original 1078 slash cut, but there isn’t marks about rg3...😅
 

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There are RG3 pipes out there, based on a recent thread, that have the slash cut and the homologation stamp to make them road legal....or someone went to the trouble of putting the slash cut tips on a set of RG3 pipes.
 

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The RG3 were never homologated for road use. The emissions compliance stamp and part number stamp show they are OEM exhaust.
That said, they could have been modified with larger diameter outlet baffles.

You can compare the part number on the ECU and the pipes with parts catalogs to confirm. Add the "8000" prefix on the pipe number stamped.
 

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The RG3 were never homologated for road use. The emissions compliance stamp and part number stamp show they are OEM exhaust.
That said, they could have been modified with larger diameter outlet baffles.

You can compare the part number on the ECU and the pipes with parts catalogs to confirm. Add the "8000" prefix on the pipe number stamped.

can’t found part Numbers 800090377... there are a lot 8000B1125
 

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I didn't find that part number either, but the E3 stamp is part of the emissions homologation. The RG3 will have "RG3" stamped on it instead.
 

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Just to be clear the difference between RG3 and standard is the funnels inside the tip caps. A few years ago you could buy the RG3 internals and retro fit them to a standard exhaust. These would perform exactly the same as RG3s, but if I were buying a set I would want that made clear in the sale.
I would suggest it would be misleading to claim they are RG3 exhausts. An accurate description would be standard system fitted with RG3 internals. I would pay more for original RG3s.
The RG3s in Silent's post are not for sale as that exact set is attached to my bike currently. I can tell by the small scratches on the no3 tip which it had when I purchased them 😁
 

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Just to be clear the difference between RG3 and standard is the funnels inside the tip caps. A few years ago you could buy the RG3 internals and retro fit them to a standard exhaust. These would perform exactly the same as RG3s, but if I were buying a set I would want that made clear in the sale.
I would suggest it would be misleading to claim they are RG3 exhausts. An accurate description would be standard system fitted with RG3 internals. I would pay more for original RG3s.
The RG3s in Silent's post are not for sale as that exact set is attached to my bike currently. I can tell by the small scratches on the no3 tip which it had when I purchased them 😁

Thank you very much for your information and clarification.

The problem is that it seems that some Rg3 came out of without any distinctive Rg3 marking, as I have been able to read, some even with E3 approval for Germany and Italy. Also the kit that I have found is very similar to the one in the photograph that I will attach. Can anyone send explanatory photos of some Rg3 without marking Rg3 side photos? The internal diameter is clear.
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Look, if you want RG sound and performance they are fine without RG3 stamp. That being said the RG3 don't make a lot of difference compared to others
 

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I like original parts, not modify
And the seller show me this photo...with the part SPSSCI005F4. The date is 2009, I modify the photo to protect the seller data. And it’s the same dealer who appears in the Arrow box.
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