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Homemade slip on exhaust pipe

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  1. AFJacg
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    It took me about an hour and a half, exhaust shop and a wire feeder, but it came out pretty good. The bonus of this setup, I can put the stock back on in about 10 minutes. I only changed the tailpipes and got rid of the cat. It's LOUD and performance is sweet.

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  2. FlikhdDok
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    Pretty sweet! Way to try something new just wish we could hear it!

    By the way, what are those things you used to plug the rear fender holes. I want them!!!

  3. AFJacg
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    There is two youtube videos in original post with sound, it's rough because it was done with my son's phone.

    The claws for the fender were found on e-bay. Do a search for "motorcycle punk biker gothic metal claws". If I remember correctly, I only paid about $10 for 5.

  4. SbardanRet827
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    the GROWL is bad ass!! i was thinking about the same thing...but had to find a shop here in HAWAII. if i could do that for cheap...and have a LOUD GROWL...then i'm all for it.

  5. dhingerfizh
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    Any instructions how you did this? That's bad ass.

  6. Kremer901
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    i like loud exhaust but ive ran straight from the EXUP before an dI can tell you all that it is way too loud, LIKE WAY too loud. I can imagine the same type of sound outa this type exhaust. You guys can do whatever but Im trying to give you a little warning that the raider can be extremely loud like a race track so dont go balls out on something without having a plan to go back to maybe what you might like better.

  7. lifemin240
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    now that is cool, and very original.

  8. VzdarManiac
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    wow, very cool, especially cuz you did it yourself. I'm sure others would greatly appreciate the instructions if you could rig something up. I could make it a sticky post.

  9. AFJacg
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    I'll try to put something together this week and show pictures with covers off.

  10. nunan77
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    yeah please do post in structions on how you did that

  11. AFJacg
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    These are fairly simple to make. You need a Borla "Wicked Form" automotive tail pipe tip, a piece of 2 1/8" pipe and a clamp. Take it to a good exhaust shop and they'll help you out. The pipe will have to be bent and flared to fit stock header. I welded plumbing clamps on the back of tip with a nut tacked in place to fasten original heat shields. I also used chrome sparkplug wire holders for a bracket to support on original upper support. It's really not that hard!

    Jack

  12. zdmini
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    do you have a power comander if so how did you do your map I have a similar mod and I get bad decel popping and backfireing

  13. AFJacg
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    I've been running these pipes hard and I had one back fire about 2 miles into pipes and none since. I could literally feel and hear the stock controller adjusting. After about 20 to 30 miles, it was good to go! No popping or backfire. I'm not running any kind of controller and won't until I make an intake system for my bike. Once I figure out the direction I want to go with intake, I'll take it to a dyno with controller and adjust until I get the right HP/fuel mixture. Do you still have the EXUP and O2 sensor? I'm sure you do if your MOD is a slip on.

  14. yjmmjyajmez
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    I took my rear exhaust apart last night, to look around a bit. I am assuming you have to get a "2 into one" slip on mod to replace the bulky stock ones?

  15. badl7
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    Did a similar thing a while back...

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    Used a car exhaust pipe tip and it sounded awesome!!! Now have Swepts which I like much better but if your looking for a quick cheap pipe set up play around your only limited by imagination!!!

    Pat

  16. yjmmjyajmez
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    That cheap mod you did looks real cool. I did some recon, and I think I am going to use a 1 into 2 and extend the exhaust tips straight back a little further. I am planning on baffling them down some, since I am not supposed to even have a bike in our developement.

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