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I like the looks and function of the high mount yoshimura but one issues sits in the back of my head. How are you going to keep from burning yourself and mostly another rider. Do the aftermarket exhaust still use the heat shield mounting nut. Still trying to hold off from buying an exhaust (waiting for a duel TI) but I may buy one in the meantime. Anyone mount one and run it HOT?
 

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i can almost guarrantee you it'll be dangerous for a passenger probably not for a solo rider.
 

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Carbon fiber! It does not get hot or hold any heat. I used to ride my gsxr 100s of miles get off and put my hand right on the carbon pipe
 

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Good question. I really want to get the Yoshi carbon fiber, but I wish it would mount more under-seat. So I'm holding off until I know for sure it won't scorch my daughter's thigh off.
 

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Pretty sure I read on here that it does not get hot. I think it was in the RS-9 thread.
 

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I like the looks and function of the high mount yoshimura but one issues sits in the back of my head. How are you going to keep from burning yourself and mostly another rider. Do the aftermarket exhaust still use the heat shield mounting nut. Still trying to hold off from buying an exhaust (waiting for a duel TI) but I may buy one in the meantime. Anyone mount one and run it HOT?
I have the carbon fiber Yoshi pipe on mine and it gets hot but nowhere near burning off some skin.
 

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It doesnt get hot it gets warm but u can run her and put ur hnd on it and be ok. Me and brother in law were doing wheelies sat night and he was impressed with how cool it was
 

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it is not worth it to buy high mount exhaust on the carry passenager.

the low mount exhaust is better good mid and top range. morikawi from japan.
 
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