will a 4th gen aftermarket slip on fit on my 3rd gen bike?

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  1. Hero Danny

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    I love the sound of this Black Widow exhaust! I know it's cheap, and blah blah blah. I like cheap for my VFR! This yoshi pipe is too quiet for my liking...

    I would love to get this exhaust to fit on my bike, just wondering if possible? I don't mind some minor fabrication... but nothing too complicated..

    Any help! :)

    This is the pipe in question.. http://www.ebay.com/itm/VFR750-VFR-...ash=item1eba3c0845:g:3X4AAOSwpLNYBODt&vxp=mtr

    This is the video that convinced me I need to open the sound up...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmrgojQBdV0
     
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    Or if anyone can recommend an aftermarket exhaust that looks decent (hi mount perferred) and under like $300 then that would be awesome
     
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    What makes it difficult here is, Honda had a different style mounting on the 3rd vs. the 4th, so pretty sure it won't work. Honda mixes it up again with the next generation of VFR as well. so pretty sure your stuck to a 3rd gen product unless you have a fabricator in your neighborhood, then anything is possible.
     
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    Step one, 93-97 exhaust uses a bell and clamp.

    98-2001 uses a slip one and clamp over. If you like the can, you'll need a different high mount pipe. A good muffler shop can make you oone out of aluminized steel, or you can order it direct from Black Widow, probably.

    Larry
     
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    Thanks, I appreciate the help... You're right maybe it's just a bit too much involved. Thinking about just drilling out the baffles from the yoshi pipe that's currently on the bike lol.
     
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