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So i just bought my bike a few days ago :)

I LOVE the sound of 2 into 1 Exhaust, SOOO.... I have found none available thats affordable

SOOO...... I built my own. I do metal fab and such things, so this was cake. (and I specialize in custom exhaust ;) )

I forgot the Camera at my shop to load up a video clip. It sounds AMAZING!

I am willing to build the systems if anyone is interested. Super easy bolt on kit, flat black. I may look into chroming if anyone is interested in that route.

I am thinking $200 ish dollars . I know, its too cheap right?

Your stock lead pipes will be reused. All you do is take the rear muffler/bracket off and slip my bad boy on. probably a 15 minute Job!

I hate to tease people but I forgot the Camera to load the Video!

-Mega


Just for fun I am going to weigh the Stock vs My system. Its quite the difference!
 

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I want to make a piece that comes together off to match the Factory shield.

I am open to options if someone wants the pipe angled up, or a chrome Tip, (I can leave a half inch chromed lip, no charge.)
I can also do a straight tip, non angled if someone wants that.

Yeah, thats the first pipe I built so its not perfect. I will have the end piece tig welded to look nicer.
 

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I think this has great potential. I like what I'm seeing so far. Keep it up. What's in it for baffling? A pointy tip is always nice too.
 

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i to have a yamaha stryker i bought it a month ago i have the exhaust on mine fabed up also i work in a exhaust shop i made mine from a car glass pac and the tip i used a chrome tip on a truck exhaust and made my brackets for the muffler looks awsome and sounds the same to the bike has a lot more punch now if i can get a way to show u a sound clip i can let u here for ur self i done some more to the bike as well to as u can tell i took off that frisbee looking thing thats on the rear brake rotor as well looks better i think and put a 240 rear tire on as well and changed turn signals put leds on and kicked my plate on the side of the bike as well just like the clean look and painted a few peices of chrome as well thanks im new to this forum and been checking out alot on here just wanted to say what up all u guys ;D
 

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Welcome to the forum! You are as Nuttie as the rest of us(Please excuse the Pun!) Please post more pics as you go along. We are all Mod Crazy and like what you have done so far!!
 

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I got a sound clip!!


The video doesn't do the Sound justice, but its not bad for a crappy camera.


The Pipe design is the same principle as what nuttie described.
Its a modified Glasspac with a tip on it. the tip that I used on this one also has a little sound deadener in it too.
I am able to do Same size pipe all the way back with a slashed tip if people want that. I am not a huge fan the pipe size to larger tip size, but it works great.

I also welded a bar to the back of the rear section inside so if a cop gets friendly with a night stick checking for baffles, he will hit a dead end. :)
 

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That sound is just 2-COOL, Sounds like a Stock Car!! Just Super. I'm not sold on the looks yet, but the sound is dead-on!!! Thanks for posting the video, I will be showing it to friends for sure!!
 

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Hey Mega, now that sounds like a V-Twin outa sound!! I have the V&H 2 into 1 on mine, and dig the sound, and performance!!

RSR
 

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It will be a few days before I can play with it again.

I would like to Make a piece that will blend from the factory heatsheild to the pipe. I have an idea of what to do, but havent had time to try it yet.

I am going to Build another pipe that will be the same diameter all the way back, see how that looks and sounds.

As for how much it costs, I don't mind the look. ;)

The weather has been crappy here, so I haven't even got to drive it with the pipe on!!!! I am super excited
 

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dejablu110 said:
cool deal....cant wait to see and hear!!
megabuddys said:
I got a sound clip!!


The video doesn't do the Sound justice, but its not bad for a crappy camera.


The Pipe design is the same principle as what nuttie described.
Its a modified Glasspac with a tip on it. the tip that I used on this one also has a little sound deadener in it too.
I am able to do Same size pipe all the way back with a slashed tip if people want that. I am not a huge fan the pipe size to larger tip size, but it works great.

I also welded a bar to the back of the rear section inside so if a cop gets friendly with a night stick checking for baffles, he will hit a dead end. :)
Push play lol.
 

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So I put 60 miles on it today with the new pipe. WOW, It sounds amazing! If I didn't know any better, I would say I was driving a harley ;)

Its a pretty agressive V-twin sound, it will cackle and pop pretty easy. more pop than cackle haha. I will try and have a buddy film me as I drive by so you guys know how it sounds.

Hopefully I can play around with a trim piece, and I have another Design I want to toy with.
 
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