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Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:31 pm

right bit of a shot in the dark but it hit me like a lightning bolt!!

i have a ktm 990 R with twin ackro pipes (awsome) and i was going to convert to single pipe using either 2 into1 or get rally style low pipe fabricated , the exhaust would be fitted on the right hand side of the bike

which leaves the left hand side ackro can spare or not !! i would like to fit it to my husqvarna TE630 but would have to get exhaust mid section fabricated up


does anybody know of somewere to get this done?
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by captain caveman on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:37 pm

Long life exhausts in Cardiff, They make custom stainless car exhausts but a mate had a link pipe made up there a few years ago for a road bike.

Had to leave the bike there but picked it up later the same day.

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Post by fozzy on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:45 pm

There is another company which is near longlife but i cant remember their names, will let you know if i remember.. :bounce:

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Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:48 pm

Nice 1 steve cheers

just googled it and turns out there is one in swansea

happy dayz

cheers fozzy cheers
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Post by captain caveman on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:48 pm

Think the other company's called power flow?
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Post by RichLew on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:59 pm

I recently worked for a company that used these guys -
Xzorst Products
Unit 22 Village Court, Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle
Bridgend
Mid Glamorgan
CF33 6BX
01656744852

All the work I saw them do was good.
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Post by fozzy on Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:03 pm

captain caveman wrote:Think the other company's called power flow?

Yeah maybe they did a stainless steel system on my mates 80,s audi quattro did a real nice job, i think its run by a south african guy who used to work for long life, he also beat longlife on a quote by £100

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Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:06 pm

RichLew wrote:I recently worked for a company that used these guys -
Xzorst Products
Unit 22 Village Court, Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle
Bridgend
Mid Glamorgan
CF33 6BX
01656744852

All the work I saw them do was good.
Rich


cheers rich , im working in bridgend and porthcawl tmrw will call in as its in pyle

super dooper :bounce:
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by Walnutwhip on Thu Mar 01, 2012 4:10 pm

Unsure if your aware eggy that you cannot use modified exhausts on bikes in the trail bike class of the Rally bike championship if some nerd spots it and there are plenty you will be placed in sportsbike...

Biggest problem is heat generated and passing through just one can in and around the seat area?? Very Happy
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by scrambled eggs on Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:40 pm

what do you class as a modified exhaust?

no probs for the heat passing through one can as the 990 can cope with it no probs and it will increase more mid range but i will lose top end ...dont need that anyway

craig bounds won single class last year with a scorpian exhaust from a gsxr 750 lol

lyndon won twin class last year with a ackro can lol


both modified to fit , im not sure but hink regs have changed as "rally" bikes can now enter in full trim i.e, 450
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