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2007 919 Stubby Exhaust

A friend of mine saw me on the interstate and told me how quiet my 919 was. Concerned, I stubbed my Jardine pipe to 9" from 19". The headers r stock cbr900. (The year i don't know) The pipe rumbles rather than whines--about twice as loud.
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post #2 of 10 Old 03-29-2012, 06:20 PM
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Nice work. Looks great. I got a rumbler too.

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I am wanting to do this to my Yoshi low side system but I question whether I can cut the outer as cleanly as I would like?

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Thx mike.

U can cut carbon fiber easily. I used a buck bros hack and two hose clamps as guides. (I saw this technique somewhere on YouTube.) just have a steady hand and when in doubt use slow back cuts.
I low sided from a dead stop bc of some sand, and rashed the pipe a bit.

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Thx mike.

U can cut carbon fiber easily. I used a buck bros hack and two hose clamps as guides. (I saw this technique somewhere on YouTube.) just have a steady hand and when in doubt use slow back cuts.
I low sided from a dead stop bc of some sand, and rashed the pipe a bit.
I mean, b4 I cut down the pipe I rashed the piped. That's was another reason I cut it down.

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Thx mike.

U can cut carbon fiber easily. I used a buck bros hack and two hose clamps as guides. (I saw this technique somewhere on YouTube.) just have a steady hand and when in doubt use slow back cuts.
I low sided from a dead stop bc of some sand, and rashed the pipe a bit.
My Yoshi is stainless hence the concern for cutting it cleanly.

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Looks very nice! Always liked the look of those shorter cans!

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Thx g00gl3it.

I've cut lots of metal so I'm sure you can get through ur pipe w a gud hacksaw blade and 2 hose clamps in 20 mins and have a clean cut.

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My Yoshi is stainless hence the concern for cutting it cleanly.
I'll be cutting down a stainless tri oval this weekend. I'll let you know how it goes. : )

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