Yfz450 Dasa Pipe Exhaust 04-09 Yfz 450 on 2040-parts.com
Newton, Iowa, United States
Dasa full exhaust for carb YFZ450 04-09. Two mufflers and one head pipe. Head pipe has a dent in the bend reference picture. The classic muffler works good but previous owner put any screw they could find to hold it back together. The shorty has some repairs and needs repacked.
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