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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-09-2017, 11:37 PM
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I have a few Yasuni exhaust's hanging in the garage but they are for 50cc/70cc 2 strokes. Great product and as durable as a Leo Vince exhaust (who also makes a 200 Burgman exhaust). We imported our Yasuni's from SPMoto via Canada, but they no longer carry anything larger than a 125cc. Racing Planet may be able to get you one also. PM Tuning or sip-scooter shop out of England will be able to help to. Have ordered from all 3 in the past and it was easy and fair priced. Just make sure you order the correct exhaust the first time as returns are expensive and time consuming!
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Yasuni don't know Burgman has a 650 bike?

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Okay, I know it seems like there is not much interest on aftermarket exhausts but for those who are (and for future members), I found another one that would fit the 2014 and up models.

The problem, for me, is it's in Spain/Europe and the website is in Spanish as well. Can anyone (or know any store) hook me up on a deal? (Shipping is to California USA)

Yasuni TUB712 Exhaust
https://www.yasuni.com/es/productos/...gman-200/27/29

Hello Zman,

You can check this list of exhaust http://japan.webike.net/SUZUKI/BURGM.../6564/1001/mc/
This site do shipping in US, also few BUSA members purchased side deflectors from this site and were satisfied

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I thought he said 1-None were for his year scooter(?) and 2-he didnt like any of them, not his style. You gotta pay to play, especially a scooter that didnt sell well in the U.S.
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Hello Zman,

You can check this list of exhaust http://japan.webike.net/SUZUKI/BURGM.../6564/1001/mc/
This site do shipping in US, also few BUSA members purchased side deflectors from this site and were satisfied

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I thought he said
1-None were for his year scooter(?) and
2-he didnt like any of them, not his style.
You gotta pay to play, especially a scooter that didnt sell well in the U.S.
In this case, beggars can't be choosers it seems like.

So I did contact WeBike for an exhaust that would fit the 2014-2017 B200 and again........NONE!

It looks like majority of the aftermarket exhausts/silencers/escape are for model years 2013 and older.
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Since I will be looking for a aftermarket exhaust for a Lance Cabo 200i for a friend I will also look and see if I can find one for our Burgman 200. I swear I have seen someone that had them, I just cant recall who it was. I leave well enough alone on the Burgman and have no urge to customize it, I bought another Zuma 2 stroke Bug-Eye for that! I will keep an eye out and bookmark the link when I find it this time.
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Since I will be looking for a aftermarket exhaust for a Lance Cabo 200i for a friend I will also look and see if I can find one for our Burgman 200. I swear I have seen someone that had them, I just cant recall who it was.
Thanks for that!

In the meantime, I dug up an unused exhaust I had for a while. I'll be looking for a shop that can maybe do a mid-pipe for my B200.



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I leave well enough alone on the Burgman and have no urge to customize it, I bought another Zuma 2 stroke Bug-Eye for that! I will keep an eye out and bookmark the link when I find it this time.
Haha! I have a Yamaha Zuma as well but it is the 125cc 4-stroke kind.

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Very nice Z125! You on Zuma Forums? It has been soooo loooong that I dont know or care if they are still out there anymore. My friend and I mess with the 2 strokes for fun. I had a Z125 with a 165 kit from Race Concepts and a bunch of other hop up stuff but got a electrical issue (faulty wiring FROM Yamaha) and traded it on to the next victim. Was fun while I had it. A 2 stroke ALWAYS follows me home like a lost puppy. Guess I was made to suffer. The 08? 2 stroke I have now hit 70mph at 13,5000rpm's (and does killer wheelies!) but has been sitting for 2 years and needs a lot of attention to get it back to safe street riding condition again. I built the motor but he didnt really keep it up to well. No overheating or anything serious, just a bunch of little things that added up.
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Very nice Z125! You on Zuma Forums?
Thanks!

I was in the Zuma Forums a long time ago (2014?) for a short time just to learn more about the scoot.
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