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Old 03-03-2010, 06:29 PM   #61
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R u aware how much work it takes to chop a stock muffler?
Not really but looks like you guys had fun from the pix with baditalian. I was going to ask for your help if I was going that route.
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:01 PM   #63
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Stock is alot worse... A/M makes it easy. Check the rumblebee thread.... you'll get an idea of the baffling the stock mufflers use.

Unfortunately each muffler needs to be done differently; I dont have a welder at work anymore so I need to work off of what I can rivot, press, cut etc. So sometimes they come out short, othertimes we make them short by punching out the baffling then cleaning the inside up w cutting wheels.
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Stock is alot worse... A/M makes it easy. Check the rumblebee thread.... you'll get an idea of the baffling the stock mufflers use.

Unfortunately each muffler needs to be done differently; I dont have a welder at work anymore so I need to work off of what I can rivot, press, cut etc. So sometimes they come out short, othertimes we make them short by punching out the baffling then cleaning the inside up w cutting wheels.
this one takes the cut off wheeling and rivets
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Old 03-04-2010, 12:52 PM   #68
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.... so you're saying it is NOT a 250.. ?

Hey.. my new hugger is due on Monday... if you want to drop by today or tomorrow we can see if this one fits and chop the stock fender down...
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I feel bad for the bike. Look at the tires!! Its begging to be leaned. I dont think its has even gone pass 75% lean angle!!
Some wise man said: Knee dragging is a result, not a goal.
Hopefully some track days will teach me that. Right now, I am merely a young grasshoppa.


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.... so you're saying it is NOT a 250.. ?

Hey.. my new hugger is due on Monday... if you want to drop by today or tomorrow we can see if this one fits and chop the stock fender down...
I will go to Motorcycles Unlimited tomorrow mid day. I'll pm you my number. Text or call me if you are free tomorrow.
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Some wise man said: Knee dragging is a result, not a goal.
Hopefully some track days will teach me that. Right now, I am merely a young grasshoppa.
Well, my little rice cake. It seems the bike is the si-fu for you!!
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