Kawasaki 650 750 800 Sxr Sxi Pro Sx X2 West Coast Racing Exhaust Manifold (#2) on 2040-parts.com
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:Exhaust Manifold jetski jet ski engine motor pipe
Part Brand:kawasaki 650X2 650 X2 650SX expansion chamber
Here is a Westcoast exhaust manifold.
This will fit 650 750 and 800 Kawasaki motors with the correct exhaust pipe
Direct swap for 650 sx and x2 models
Please ask any question you may have about fitment
All threads are in good shape. Nothing is stripped
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