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Any Yoshi exhausts made specifically for the GROM/MSX125?


Found a few photos of other custom ones with Yoshi cans in thailand




That is a sick place to mount it!
 

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Found a video clip
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BtnhWfA-IA]เสียงท่อMSX125 (yoshimura) - YouTube[/ame]
 

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Eeek, im not sure if im a fan of those.

Grom aftermarket exhausts will likely catch on quickly for the most part. I forsee this little bike being huge for aftermarket support.... and Im sure lots of guys will build their own bolt ons.
 

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That is true. You could easily get a shop to hack up and pipe to work with the GROM.

Probably the easiest way to get an exhaust quick if you don't want to wait and happen to have a pipe laying around.
 

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Eeek, im not sure if im a fan of those.

Grom aftermarket exhausts will likely catch on quickly for the most part. I forsee this little bike being huge for aftermarket support.... and Im sure lots of guys will build their own bolt ons.
In Thailand I seen a good amount of aftermarket parts and accessories for their MSX125's, and I'm pretty sure what I saw wasn't all of it. But that's just Thailand, who knows what aftermarket support will be like for the U.S. model Grom. But in Thailand it was plenty.
 

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Any Yoshi exhausts made specifically for the GROM/MSX125?


Found a few photos of other custom ones with Yoshi cans in thailand




That is a sick place to mount it!
That is such a humongous exhaust canister for the honda grom. Just look at the small diameter piping to that yoshi canister. Obviously changing the diameter might hurt the 125cc engine's power bad but it just looks really odd to me.
 

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I am not a fan either of the big exhaust canisters since the Honda Grom looks small as it is adding something that size kind of throws it off. The mounting position on the side along the swing arm is something different I like that actually.
 

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Eeek, im not sure if im a fan of those.

Grom aftermarket exhausts will likely catch on quickly for the most part. I forsee this little bike being huge for aftermarket support.... and Im sure lots of guys will build their own bolt ons.
I just saw another thread and there was a link to pages of accessories for the Honda Grom/MSX125 but it's in Thailand. Just wait till the Grom gets released in North America I bet there will be tons of aftermarket support there.
 

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I wouldn't be surprised if an aftermarket company imports a MSX125 over and start using it to fit and fabricate parts and accessories.
 

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That is a possibility, I mean it will cost them a fair bit more than to wait for the release and purchasing the Grom here for $3000. But in the end they will be the first one in the U.S. to start offering parts.
 

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Check this out!

DUAL EXHAUST FOR THE GROM / MSX 125 using TWO! Yoshi Pipes

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MSX 125 - YouTube
 

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Any Yoshi exhausts made specifically for the GROM/MSX125?


Found a few photos of other custom ones with Yoshi cans in thailand




That is a sick place to mount it!
I like how it is mounted in the first photo. Not so much on the second. I actually like the look of it, but I agree it doesn't seem very practical.
 

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I like how it is mounted in the first photo. Not so much on the second. I actually like the look of it, but I agree it doesn't seem very practical.
I think it's because of how big it looks in the side shot compared to the rest of the bike, it stands out A LOT especially when you compare it with how the stock exhaust looks

stock MSX125 exhaust:
 

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Check this out!

DUAL EXHAUST FOR THE GROM / MSX 125 using TWO! Yoshi Pipes

hahaha

MSX 125 - YouTube
This dual exhaust is more for looks than performance I believe because of the Y pipe that divides the flow of the Exhaust. I would get this exhaust since if anybody has concerns about performance in the first place wouldn't be getting the Honda Grom. It'll be a fun bike.
 

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Any pictures of the Honda Grom or MSX125 with the Yoshimura dual canisters?

Sounds great, I thought it would have sounds worse because of the dual canisters but to my surprise its not too bad.

Did you guys see the different mirror set up he had. It was triangular mirrors and he had the handle bar in gold too to match the forks. Seems like everyone is modding the Grom up quick.
 

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The Big yoshi canister is just too overwhelming for the Honda Grom. Besides the fairing that is the biggest thing on the bike for gods sake. the pewny pipes with the resonators ruins it for me. thicker diameter pipes would be better but would be overkill for the 125cc engine.
 

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I wouldn't be surprised if an aftermarket company imports a MSX125 over and start using it to fit and fabricate parts and accessories.
Before you know it all these parts for the MSX125 will be poring on to ebay and be sold to poeple in North America since the parts fit exactly the same on the Grom. It's just a matter of time now.
 

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Besides the Yoshimura exhaust for the MSX125/Grom, Leo Vince would be my next choice. Not sure how it will sound on the Grom but I know it will be one of the top exhaust for it.
 

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The Big yoshi canister is just too overwhelming for the Honda Grom. Besides the fairing that is the biggest thing on the bike for gods sake. the pewny pipes with the resonators ruins it for me. thicker diameter pipes would be better but would be overkill for the 125cc engine.
and that's the problem with going with a big exhaust like this on the grom, but i guess you have to sacrifice something for the sounds and performance an exhaust setup like this gives you
 
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