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post #1 of 40 Old 11-24-07, 17:04 Thread Starter
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New Exhaust W/ Pics**

ok guys so ive been in the procces of developing a new exhaust system for our bikes heres a little rendering of what im trying to accomplish, tell me what you think, your opinion is greatly needed.... Thanks!

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looks hella tight....

gotta hear the sound though
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looks hella tight....

gotta hear the sound though
yeah i will also be making a muffler (dont wanna ride around with ear plugs and piss cops off) that will go in between the exhaust tip and the header collector (will be deleting catalytic converter). Also have several different packing materials im going to be testing out for quailty sound and durability for the muffler


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I like the idea but don't like the up turned outlet. I was thinking of a Buell type myself which would exit straight back to a Y split to shoot at an angle out the side to not hit the tire. Just picture a circle at the end of the fairing just before the tire. Still have to get some measurement to see if it is at all possible. Just looking at the pics you have up, it seems really tight as I was told before. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
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I like the idea but don't like the up turned outlet. I was thinking of a Buell type myself which would exit straight back to a Y split to shoot at an angle out the side to not hit the tire. Just picture a circle at the end of the fairing just before the tire. Still have to get some measurement to see if it is at all possible. Just looking at the pics you have up, it seems really tight as I was told before. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
yeah i considered that too but you would have to cut into the fairing wich most people dont want to do and i dont know how much heat our fairings can take before melt. Maybe putting a surrounding metal plate would work as show.....

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Looks just like the Jardine GP1 I had on my 07'GSXR750, very LOUD but love the GP look.....

Great work bro, very nice!
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I like the idea but don't like the up turned outlet. I was thinking of a Buell type myself which would exit straight back to a Y split to shoot at an angle out the side to not hit the tire. Just picture a circle at the end of the fairing just before the tire. Still have to get some measurement to see if it is at all possible. Just looking at the pics you have up, it seems really tight as I was told before. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
yeah i considered that too but you would have to cut into the fairing wich most people dont want to do and i dont know how much heat our fairings can take before melt. Maybe putting a surrounding metal plate would work
cutting the fairing or using a metal plate would not be an option for me. I was thinking one small outlet one either side should do the trick of getting enough flow out. Are you saying the spacing between the tire and the fairing is that tight? Correct me if I'm wrong and I'll play ignorant on this as it's all new to me, but if our pipes are 2" dia. then wouldn't a 1.25"-1.5" outlet per side be sufficient? I haven't measured anything yet so I may be talking out my ass :shock:
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Your definatly on the right track. A long time ago there were some artist pics with a similar exhaust. one was through the fairing which was bad ass but not practicle due to heat and cutting up your $500 fairing. I would bring it out and away just enough that it don't blow up on your foot.

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I like the idea but don't like the up turned outlet. I was thinking of a Buell type myself which would exit straight back to a Y split to shoot at an angle out the side to not hit the tire. Just picture a circle at the end of the fairing just before the tire. Still have to get some measurement to see if it is at all possible. Just looking at the pics you have up, it seems really tight as I was told before. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
Maybee something like this with exits on both side.....?

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Correct me if I'm wrong and I'll play ignorant on this as it's all new to me, but if our pipes are 2" dia. then wouldn't a 1.25"-1.5" outlet per side be sufficient? I haven't measured anything yet so I may be talking out my ass :shock:
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