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ok, i installed the exhaust. i had always heard that you had to make a bracket for the exhaust under the frame, but it bolted up perfectly. everything lined up with no problems. except for the pasenger peg. the can hits the peg so i just removed it for now and made a hanger for the can. has anyone else had this problem? how did you fix it?
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ok, i installed the exhaust. i had always heard that you had to make a bracket for the exhaust under the frame, but it bolted up perfectly. everything lined up with no problems. except for the pasenger peg. the can hits the peg so i just removed it for now and made a hanger for the can. has anyone else had this problem? how did you fix it?
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Jake
The K3 has a other exhaust than the other years because the K3 have a higher subframe. The problem when you mount it on a other year is not a bracket under the frame but the passenger peg that hold the can. With some exhaust you can turn the midpipe, but i think the Yoshi exhaust is completely welded and you can not turn the pipe.
The only solution when you can not turn the mid pipe is:
-Remove the passenger peg and make a mount.
-Buy a other exhaust that fit
-Buy a K3 subframe, seat, sidepanels and battery tray
 

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thanks! ther is another soloution as well. ill take pics when im done with it but im gonna make a bracket that cants the rear of the peg upward so the can dosent hit anymore. shouldnt be to hard to do. space the entire assy out to clear the weld on the sub frame and allow for the thickness of the bracket. i considered spacing it way out like ive seen on some SVs but it dosent look verry sturdy to me.
 
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