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RC213V MotoGP replica exhaust tip

I'm fairly sure no one has done this before.
It's as loud as it looks, but I've got a little baffle in the mail that will hopefully help kill a few DBs.





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I like it! It's welded so how will the baffle be inserted? Will you have to cut and re-weld or just insert from the header end?

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I like it! It's welded so how will the baffle be inserted? Will you have to cut and re-weld or just insert from the header end?

Check my sig for my "build". I have the Arrow Race Conical being mocked up for my Daytona. Super stoked about it!
The tip isn't welded to the under tail mid pipe so it is removable. The mid pipe slides into the inlet of the tip, it's set up to be held on with two springs but I'm waiting on a couple tabs before I can add the springs.

So to install the baffle, I'll have to just pull the two pieces apart by hand and insert the baffle, then plug them back in together. It'll all eventually be held together with spring tension but for now it's fine since the pipe fits in really solid with no movement.
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