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2002-05 Yamaha Viper Simon's Cpr Performance Triple Pipes With Carburetor Jets on 2040-parts.com

US $425.00
Location:

Holland, Michigan, United States

Holland, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Yamaha

Good used set of Simon's CPR High Performance Triple Pipes off of 2003 Yamaha Viper 700 with approximately 4500 miles on the motor.  Pipes are in excellent condition with only minor dings & no repair welds that I could find.  Pipes have a fresh coat of Hi Temp paint.  Pipes come with flange manifolds, cans, springs & correct jets for carbs. Pipes worked great & had an awesome sound.  These pipes go for over $1000 new if you can find them.  These are pretty much ready to install & go. 

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