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post #1 of 12 Old 03-28-2015, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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What exhaust can is this?!

Hey Guys,

Perusing through some google pics of 919 exhausts i came across this:

http://www.2040motos.com/_content/ca.../52060/003.jpg



i would love to do my exhaust like this... but what type of exhaust can is that?

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post #2 of 12 Old 03-28-2015, 08:16 AM
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A very cool one

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Looks like it would melt the sole/heel of your boot. Looks cool, though.

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Looks like it would melt the sole/heel of your boot. Looks cool, though.

listen here negative nancy, it'll be fine!

actually yeah... that might be a real problem. i'll cross that bridge when i get to it though. Anyone know what kinda transverse exhaust this is?

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From the proportions of that can I am thinking it might be designed to be mounted undertail.

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Looks like it would melt the sole/heel of your boot. Looks cool, though.
Only if you're slow
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From the proportions of that can I am thinking it might be designed to be mounted undertail.

so you think someone drilled a new side - inlet into it and capped off the old inlet?

i've been looking online but can't find a transverse muffler for the life of me.

i dont need something exactly like this. i really want to go the side exhaust route but i dont like the "un-symetrical" look the single side exhaust has so i want to mount the muffler as far underneath the bike as i can. any practical suggestions or examples?

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Get Whip to build you one out of stainless:https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...ess-55257.html

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Sort-of like a Jardine.

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. i really want to go the side exhaust route but i dont like the "un-symetrical" look the single side exhaust has so i want to mount the muffler as far underneath the bike as i can. any practical suggestions or examples?
If a single side can asymmetry is what bothers you, you could also go a dual side can like a z1000 or superhawk ofntl1000s or sv1000, etc.

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If a single side can asymmetry is what bothers you, you could also go a dual side can like a z1000 or superhawk ofntl1000s or sv1000, etc.
yes but then i run into my other bother of spending money. trying to do this exhaust on the cheap


i found some more pics of HACKS setup:

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...-co-20931.html

this might be a more practical setup. im curious if thats the stock exhaust cut up or if its a 900RR exhaust. Im thinking i might be trying to copy this... not sure where to get the muffler/tips for this though. Maybe from this guy:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2007-2008-Ya...item20f90c9810

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The "new in CO" exhaust is based on a stock exhaust - the RR headers have a different bend to the outer pipes:
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