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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-01-2009, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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homemade drag pipes!!!

well we just got them done sound great and runs great as well ill post some pic tomarrow!! thank god my brother-in-law has a muffler shop!!! anyone close to the buckeye state wants some sweet home made drag pipes cheap let me know. ill have the pics up tomarrow
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cool man cant wait to see em!
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i wanna see them too!

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Heck yeah!! cant wait to see em
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here ya go tell me what ya think???



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and here is a vid with some sound!
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wow that sounds good

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Sounds wicked! I'm thinking about doing the same thing to mine but going single sided. Any tips?

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we used the stock header pipes and run 2in off of them. worked nice and with a few bends got it all mocked up. after the marble mod and adjusting the fuel/air to 2 1/2 runs much better and sounds bad azz. i think we r going to make a few sets with all 2in and see if we can make a few bucks on the side!!! we r kicking around a price and r figuring what we would have in them.
thanks guys it is nice to hear my bike now!!! lol was very mellow stock not counting the price of pipe and labor i had 45 in header tape and 20 in the black header tape spray so new pipes for 65 bucks hell yea lol
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That price is what I am talking about! I just broke an exhaust stud off today (YAY!) so now it is going to be down for a while.
I did an ear shave so this gives me time to pull the carbs.
Seems like I am doing a better job at breaking everything down and a crappy job at putting it back together haha.

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Front- 100/90-19 Avon Wide White Walls (cause I couldn't find the 110's)
Rear- 170/80-15 Avon Wide White Walls
Custom Lowering bracket (no shocks)
Powder coated rims Red
14" Apes (cause they didn't have 16" in)
Custom Seat
Ear Shaved
Aftermarket headlight & tail light
Flat Black Paint
Custom Exhaust with Wrap
New Turn Signals
kuryakyn 6180 Grips with helmet locks
Highway Brackets from ccspinner
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