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Old 06-19-2009, 10:49 PM   #1
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exhaust silencing help...

after 17 years of good use, my Vance & Hines Supersport exhaust system gave up the ghost.

i am not going to spill my guts about my life. but i am not "too proud" to ask for help right now. i dont need a handout or cash..i just need a fix/ideas until i get work. (which incidentally i had a GREAT LEAD/INTERVIEW today! at slightly above the pay i made at my last job! i need a GOOD EFFING break!)

due to the situations at hand, i cannot get myself any kind of ticket, until i get work. and my MC license (and after the divorce/mediation/custody hearings next week) riding around inconspicuously is one thing, but with THIS DEAFENING beast going off, potentially pointing me out.. i cant have it.

so i am down to 3 questions

1. is it even a "real" concern..legally, for those without exhaust cans chime in. or if your a leo, be honest. i wanna hear about it. what are my real odds in getting pulled over with the "barrier of sound" blasting for miles.

2. i have the stock exhaust..but dont have the old jetting/airboxes..i dont care if its "off" on jetting...is it DETRIMENTAL to the bike for a few weeks? and HOW BAD will it suck ? ridable "safely" within heavy congested traffic ?

3. if it is a concern..(noise)and stock pipes cant temp fix... i dont care if somebody has to weld a tuna can onto it..just SHUT IT UP! but i need the help. i dont care WHAT has to be affixed to it.


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stick the stock pipe back on.. you'll be a bit rich and loose some power, but it will get you by
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Old 06-19-2009, 11:18 PM   #3
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THANKS..!

thats what i was hoping for.
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