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    Default Look at my exhaust pic thread

    We all need inspiration to look at from time to time. So post pics of exhaust setups. Hope to see some Pan and Shovel head but hey if its Harley toss it up.

    If you are using an aftermarket kit, please list its name. And any info you think might be helpful to share with folks looking to make a purchase.

    Thanks folks.

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    Mine is just a simple Paughco shot gun set, cut short to mount a set of cocktail shaker mufflers.

    I test ran the engine with just the shotguns. Holy fuck it was offensively loud. I'm hoping the mufflers will make it more user (and neighbor) friendly.


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    Here is my custom setup for my shovel. Still need to spend a few hours with the tubing sander to get the welds ground down... then i might polish it...


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    some simple upsweeps. all the time was spend metal finishing the bends for chrome.

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    I made these out of some scrap conduit. Packed them full of sand, got the rosebud out and started bending. Tried the washers for back pressure but the flathead doesn't seem to care the noise changes a little was the only change. So I threw then away.
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    Made with 16ga 304SS, lots of Redbull and Metallica's Kill 'Em All on repeat...





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    Simple drags w some fluted tips - made these using a set of existing pipes and some remnants from a builders kit.


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    Made these a little while ago, welds are kinda shitty but they work and I like how they look.


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    Brownthumb, is that whole setup stainless?

    Redrocket: simple but very nice.

    Lots of killer setups here, plenty of inspiration. Here's an old set I made. Took fucking forever to get them prepped for chrome. Weird, but overall I was happy with how they turned out.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ember View Post
    thats a great bike man, do you have a build thread?

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    @spent Yeah they are all stainless. 3/8" flanges. Planning on polishing them up when i get some time...

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    here's a few...








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    Roryd-
    No, not really. I don't really do build threads, just a general thread for a few things along the way.
    Thanks though!

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    Not near as awesome as most in this thread. Only pic I could find of mine. Most of the bike is different now but this is the exhaust when I first got it on.

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    Great bike, just perfect.

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