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Old 13.07.2011, 11:53
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Re: Canadian YZF-R1 import problems

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I have been using Speer Racing to book some riding events.
On the web site they have an exhast site.
If this is a EU law, perhaps they could help you with the exhast issues. May even be cheeper the in CH??
May be worth a try
http://www.bodis-exhaust.com/index.p...=home&hl=en_UK

The web site is in English and German so I am sure you could get an English speaking person on the other end of the line.
The issue is that the emissions measurements need to be stated on the vehicle registration, thus tied to the vin - they don't do that in Canada.

I've actually already gotten an eu exhaust, and even the original eu exhaust for this model/year - sadly not good enough as the registration still doesn't have measurements.


Makes me wonder though, what if one were to change the engine for an eu one? the vin would still be Canadian, but they would have little excuse to measure a certified eu engine. I would imagine that's somehow illegal though.
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