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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by Walnutwhip on Sat Mar 03, 2012 3:52 pm

I can understand some of your comments but Trail bike class is Trail bike class and should be entered in the way it was created ie clubmen enjoying unmodified bikes...
It is ok to change the silencer / fork internals but not re route exhaust and change forks if you understand? Very Happy
Modified from standard should be then "Rally class" offcourse things are changing [but only for the chosen few]
The Gsxr exhaust thing is simple that exhaust will fit on 100s of bikes due to the inlet size, the important bit is if it can handle the pulses of a bikes cc
a 750 would easily compensate for a smaller engine and may dissipate heat quicker...?
Although may alter bikes "feel" if its a modern bike then its getting shot of the Cat which generates power sapping heat...

My point was proper rally bikes would use twin exhaust or low slung again to increase heat loss...
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Mar 07, 2012 7:19 pm

well done rich lew cheers cheers

superb job done by really was top class service and the chap is a biker

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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by captain caveman on Wed Mar 07, 2012 7:46 pm

Give us a look en
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by bonkeye on Wed Mar 07, 2012 8:10 pm

was in there today dropping off a chopper for a exhaust to be & seen the husky there , really nice bike!
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:01 pm

captain caveman wrote:Give us a look en

will take some pics tmrw
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Post by scrambled eggs on Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:03 pm

bonkeye wrote:was in there today dropping off a chopper for a exhaust to be & seen the husky there , really nice bike!

yeah he said that you had read on the forum i was looking for somewhere for the work to be done , really nice bloke he is recommend him big time cheers

your engine and fgame was on display :bounce:
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by RichLew on Thu Mar 08, 2012 7:29 pm

Glad to hear its a good un eggs Very Happy . The guy does exhausts for the aircraft loaders at the place I used to work in Pyle, I didnt get much chance to speak to him but his work always looked good.

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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by lchris21 on Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:04 pm

Eggzeeee.........bit late for the 990 fella, but thought you'd like a butchers..................let me know if you fancy some custom bling headers for the Berg lol!

by the way how's my trip down under looking santa

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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by captain caveman on Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:07 pm

Your not still playing with that thing Rolling Eyes Thought it would have been recycled by now lol!

Should get a few bob for them pipes on ebay mind who done them for you?
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Re: Exhaust fabrication

Post by lchris21 on Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:10 pm

Stevo, i'm more tighter than you FFS. Why buy when you can do yourself....................Let me know if you want some bling for the toys, i'm not cheap or quick tho santa santa santa

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