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Aftermarket Exhaust Transfer - How


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u have to go back to the distributor..

i tried to inspect my pipe saying that i have lost the cert as my pipe is 2nd hand, i was turned away..

u can try, then post results here..

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Ok guys this is the answer.

I done mine years back for the transfer of Yoshi pipe for R1 02/03.

 

1) Go to the agent/shop where you purchase the item with the owner's nric or better with the owner, do a transfer item which an admin fee of $15++. (take note do not mount the item 1st before purchase if kena caught by LTA/TP will be FINED.

2)After the transfer still dont mount it but you can do the exhaust setting at the shop and then mount back your original pipe will mount it at viacom during the inspections and taking of pictures.. You have to bring along the pipe (aftermarket) to viacom.

3) Go to the counter and request for exhaust / db inspection of transfer ownership to a 'new' vehicle.

Then you fix the pipe and go for the sound check and photo session... COST $65 for these now i not sure how much. This was 2 yrs ago.

The whole process will take about 1/2 day..

 

If you have lost the pipe cert you can always check with LTA they should have your photo of the registration # and date. Other then specification of model can always download.

 

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any idea if the exhaust is legal but it was modified ?? So able to pass inspection ?? if it passes the decibel sound test or fail because can see "marks" that the pipe was modified ??

 

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Any idea how to transfer the exhaust if the exhaust is already on the bike.....

 

I buying over my friend's bike with yoshi.....i just went for inspection.....passed the inspection.

 

But bike and yoshi still not in my name.....

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Any idea how to transfer the exhaust if the exhaust is already on the bike.....

 

I buying over my friend's bike with yoshi.....i just went for inspection.....passed the inspection.

 

But bike and yoshi still not in my name.....

 

 

thats a very good question....im facing the same issue...planning to sell my endcan...but i bought the bike together with the yoshi intact and passed my annual inspection

 

does the exhaust reg to the bike or the owners name?

 

anyone enlighten pls...

 

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if the legal exhaust is with the bike that you bought over, you need not to do a inspection again.Just make sure the ex owner have given you the exhaust certificate with the test center endorsement on it. You need to just go the pipe dealer to transfer the name over to your's if u later intend to sell off the pipe separately from the bike.

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i'm getting confused ... so nw if i bought a used bike with aft-market exhaust ... do i juz go STA for inspection or do i hv 2 go bk 2 the dealer n get watever documents??

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Basically if you purchase a 2nd hand bike which comes with a street legal exhaust, you do not have to transfer any ownership for the exhaust, but make sure u get the inspection cert, manufacturer's cert from the ex owner..Bring it along during the annual inspection..

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Basically if you purchase a 2nd hand bike which comes with a street legal exhaust, you do not have to transfer any ownership for the exhaust, but make sure u get the inspection cert, manufacturer's cert from the ex owner..Bring it along during the annual inspection..

 

ya, it is supposed to be so.. coz pipe shd go wif bike not owner... but then if u read the reply at top, diff ppl hav diff explaination.. so i wanted share wif others about my own experience and not juz hearsay after i get my inspection done... :cheers:

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My friend A took over this RVF with Yoshimura street legal from another friend B, A send his bike recently for his annual inspection without any problems..

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ya, it is supposed to be so.. coz pipe shd go wif bike not owner... but then if u read the reply at top, diff ppl hav diff explaination.. so i wanted share wif others about my own experience and not juz hearsay after i get my inspection done... :cheers:

ya... keep us update on your inspection result..

 

Thanks..

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ya... keep us update on your inspection result..

 

Thanks..

 

i have done my inspection, but seriously i wont be able to tell the answer to "whether the pipe follow bike or rider..."

 

because the inspector only check the pipe serial no. wif reference to the pipe cert. he didnt check whether it was my name on the cert anot.

 

so i guess as long as u has a legal pipe wif the legal documents, u shd hav no prob in passing the annual inspection.:cheer:

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asked bikeshop already.. exhaust goes with bike.. so if you buy a bike with that includes the aftermarket exhaust, you only need to have the cert.. no need to transfer.. but if you just buy the pipe alone you need to do transfer.

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wanna ask u guys... i plan to buy aftermarket pipe frm internet/overseas... wat do i do aft i get d pipe??? is d pipe been registered already in spore??? do i hv to register d pipe? approval frm LTA? sorie for asking... hope u guys cn help me... thnx!! =)

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hi art

from my simple understanding, no the pipe is not registered and not approved by lta. in short, not a street legal pipe. you need to get the pipe to be inspected and approval before its street legal.

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Hi seniors i need ur help. Im planning to make a deal for leo vince - for road exhaust from this seller. He indicated that cert original is with him. He mentioned that just go to any inspection centre to change the ownership without the presence of the previous owner. So i just want to know what are the legal steps to transfer the exhaust ownership. Its not that i dun trust him just that i want to knw the proper and right way of transferring ownership of exhaust.

 

Btw what are the proper documents to bring beside the cert. Must i bring along my electronic printed log card from one motoring? Insurance? Etc Etc.

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all the same as long as you have all the proper documentations.

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