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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-01-2007, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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2 into 1 exhaust

Does anyone have a two into one exhaust. I would like to find a complete system, headers and all.

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I believe the only 2 into 1 exhaust you'll find for the 750 Vulcan would be a custom made one. But even then, I don't ever recall seeing one on a 750, except for this chopper version from CD & Bears website.
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As of 6 months ago when I was looking, none existed other than custom.

If you find one, let us know.

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I'm still looking but have had no luck as of this post. There's not much offered even for a two on the right side.

I have made progress with getting the engine running on both cylinders. Also have silenced the timing chain on the front cylinder. It cranks and runs good. I'm rounding up some small parts to complete the resurection and should be able to ride it later this summer.
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There are atleast two right side only ones. Cobra and Mac.

Just about any half decent muffler shop should be able to make ya what ya need. The toughest thing I'm guessing for them would be the mounting flanges.


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