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KZ400 exhausts 13 Nov 2021 12:28 #857889

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Hi, I'm looking for some new exhausts for my Kawasaki KZ400-D3. I found some Macs, which have a nice aesthetic, but the seller says they work for these models:

1977 KZ400A Deluxe
1975-1977 KZ400S Special


I think they will also work for my bike, but I would like someone to clarify this for me.

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KZ400 exhausts 14 Nov 2021 06:59 #857915

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Just the cans or the head pipes too? I have Mac cans on my KZ400 and they work fine. 
Jim
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1974 Kawasaki H1
1976 Kawasaki KZ400
1979 Yamaha XS650 cafe'
2001 KZ1000P
2001 Yamaha YZ426
1981 Honda XR200 stroked in an '89 CR125 chassis
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1967 Triumph GT6
1976 Bronco
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KZ400 exhausts 14 Nov 2021 09:05 #857924

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no, only cans, the pipes are fine.

What model of KZ400 do you have?

Did you have problems passing the technical inspection of vehicles with them?

Are those exhausts working well? I chose them because they are beautiful and I think they go well with the aesthetics of the bike, and because there are not many other models available either. Have they ended up corroding or do they hold up well?

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KZ400 exhausts 14 Nov 2021 09:51 #857925

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Mine's a '76 D3. Where I live there are no inspections. Hard to imagine having to put up with that...
Anyway, they are holding up fine but then it is garaged and seldom ridden. I'm dealing with a front brake conversion so until that is done...
Checked my notes and I bought these from Lowbrow Customs in '12 for $114. In the pics you can see how they mount. They are not the universal types that use adjustable hangers.
 
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2016 Yamaha FJR1300ES
1982 GPz750 R1
1974 Kawasaki H1
1976 Kawasaki KZ400
1979 Yamaha XS650 cafe'
2001 KZ1000P
2001 Yamaha YZ426
1981 Honda XR200 stroked in an '89 CR125 chassis
1965 Mustang
1967 Triumph GT6
1976 Bronco
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KZ400 exhausts 14 Nov 2021 12:57 #857930

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Thanks for the info. However, in all the web pages that I see them available, they only speak of the KZ400-B, KZ400-A, S, C, even H models but nowhere do they speak of the KZ400-D (which is mine).

Does anyone know if there is any mounting difference between these KZ400 models? I'm really afraid of spending almost € 300 (apparently they have risen in price since 2012) and that afterwards they will not be able to fit in.

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KZ400 exhausts 15 Nov 2021 14:18 #857967

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The part number is 002-0113. If that same number shows up on yours, ThatGPzGuy , I think that would be it.

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