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    Quote Originally Posted by slimpickins View Post
    Sorry for the instagram pic.
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    Love the hardtail on your iron, can't wait to do that to mine! Was it a bitch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CreepyChris View Post
    You want looks or power? A good 2-to-1 is what you want for the best performance, a set of simple drag pipes or stripped stock pipes is what you'll most commonly see on a Sporty, and some custom pipes are how you get sexy. These are cheapo drags pipes cut up in the obvious spots. You can lollipop drag pipes, too to give em better manors. Attachment 54338
    Those are awesome. I want to attempt this but my welding blows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hectrujillo View Post
    Love the hardtail on your iron, can't wait to do that to mine! Was it a bitch?
    thats an evo buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hectrujillo View Post
    Love the hardtail on your iron, can't wait to do that to mine! Was it a bitch?
    Thanks man. It was challenging and expensive but in the end it was totally worth it. Good luck with yours.

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    did this set for my rubber mount. kept the o2 sensors. sounds pretty good. can still carry gear on there without the exhaust exiting onto it.

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    Some cool fabed exhaust on here, but if you are look'n for bolt on; V&H Long Shots.


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    Quote Originally Posted by garystaven88 View Post
    Are those custom?

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    I believe so. They came with the bike when I bought it. Works nicely to clear that stubborn 79' master cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goofyfoot2001 View Post
    What tires are those and wheel sizes!? Love em
    !8" Rear and 19" Front
    Continental TKC80's Best dual sport tires. They don't last for shit but they work well in most conditions.

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    Default Swingarm chop exhaust

    Paughco upswept exhaust cut down with upswept cocktail shaker mufflers.
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    print screen windows 7g


    Made this from 11 pieces of various used pipes in my scrap pile

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    Bolt on V&H Short Shot... Once I get forward controls I plan on switching to a hookah header


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    paughco upswept.

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    here is mine

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    Does anybody ever have heat trouble running a pipe right under the master cylinder? Seem's like the heat off of an un-shielded drag pipe could damage the rubber from an inch or two away, but quite a few of these set ups put the two close together. I was thinking of building a small heat shield to mount to the M/C bolts, but I don't know if it's necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer View Post
    Does anybody ever have heat trouble running a pipe right under the master cylinder? Seem's like the heat off of an un-shielded drag pipe could damage the rubber from an inch or two away, but quite a few of these set ups put the two close together. I was thinking of building a small heat shield to mount to the M/C bolts, but I don't know if it's necessary.
    Nope, never had any trouble. And I've ran some that were less than 1/4" away from the master cylinder.

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