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Old 11th July 2018, 06:17 PM
irishstormIRL irishstormIRL is offline
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Default cutting standard exhaust

Howdy, looking for some advice, cutting up the stock exhaust on my 650 drag star and was wondering if i could grind of the support and the bar connecting them together without any pressure troubles, was going to wield a plate over the whole to cover it in, cheers :)


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Old 12th July 2018, 12:51 AM
DavyH DavyH is offline
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Default Re: cutting standard exhaust

Originally Posted by irishstormIRL
Howdy, looking for some advice, cutting up the stock exhaust on my 650 drag star and was wondering if i could grind of the support and the bar connecting them together without any pressure troubles, was going to wield a plate over the whole to cover it in, cheers :)


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That's the balance pipe, helps with resonance... It will run ok without it, you may end up with a flat spot, you may not.. Easily cured with jetting
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