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    Quote Originally Posted by tobiism View Post

    That's a nice pipe set. Did you make or buy the the "Y" section?

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    Thanks Arby. Thats all thunderheader, I just circumsized it and modified it forward of the collector(y-section)
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorlou View Post
    i did these for my sneaky snake project..................



    seriously sneaky COOL

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    don't beat me up too much
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    Chopped Thunderheader fitted with a chopped V&H SS2R muffler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarlofQuadcam View Post
    This gives me a happy feeling in my bathing suit area.

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    Just did these. Did a crossover H pipe . Havnt fired it up yet, but my first exhaust from scratch.




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    Made more









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    I cut up some old pipes and stuck these together just for practice. I like 'em enough to run 'em for a while.


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    Randeezy I like those pipes and the fact that you put a crossover in there. Should run pretty damn well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xnewmanx View Post
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    Thats some head scratchin shit right there! A+ for keeping them so tucked into the bike. I think thats the hardest thing that so many people fudge when building bikes, they don't keep them tucked in tight to the bike! I always strive to not be able to see the pipes from the front of the bike.

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