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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-20-2019, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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Pods and more back pressure?

So what do ya'll think might happen if I were to add quite a bit more pipe length to my crushed up screamin eagle slip ons with pod air filters and nothing done to the carbs besides a cleaning and rubber rebuild? New pilots and mains but stock size. Im thinkin of twisting them up at the rear behind the seat. My last bike was all stiock but the rear shocks and an earshave as far as this question is concerned.

'85 Vn700 salvaged in 2015 for $500 Speedo broke at 85k mi
Lowered with 10" shocks
full shave, pods
new tank
new tire
new fork seals
Back to stock seat
scrapped in 2017

'86 Vn750 Also $500 aquired in 2018
Currently in pieces
Earshave
Lowered with suzuki savage shocks
Lubing the splines
Painting tank & fenders
Replacing broken front exhaust manifold
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Oh and i have the GB on now but i dont really care. The thing already probably has a blown head gasket since the coolant came out millky cum like, unless someone has another reason why coolant might look like that. It was peak profrom green stuff. If it just got flushed incompletely by the PO or if it got cppked and you know let me know.

'85 Vn700 salvaged in 2015 for $500 Speedo broke at 85k mi
Lowered with 10" shocks
full shave, pods
new tank
new tire
new fork seals
Back to stock seat
scrapped in 2017

'86 Vn750 Also $500 aquired in 2018
Currently in pieces
Earshave
Lowered with suzuki savage shocks
Lubing the splines
Painting tank & fenders
Replacing broken front exhaust manifold

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However my last vulcan blew white smoke for 10 minutes in the cold everytime it tarted till it warmed up but i rode the hell out of that. It had a tach that broke at 86k when i picked it up. I love the durability of these bikes

'85 Vn700 salvaged in 2015 for $500 Speedo broke at 85k mi
Lowered with 10" shocks
full shave, pods
new tank
new tire
new fork seals
Back to stock seat
scrapped in 2017

'86 Vn750 Also $500 aquired in 2018
Currently in pieces
Earshave
Lowered with suzuki savage shocks
Lubing the splines
Painting tank & fenders
Replacing broken front exhaust manifold
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