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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-25-2006, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Just finished installing "H" pipe and took a short ride. The sound is awesome, bike feels peppier, and the popping quit without any marbleing or adjustment. I'll let you know how if worked after I get a few more miles on it. Hopefully tomorrow as they are predicting 50+ weather here.

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Just finished installing "H" pipe and took a short ride. The sound is awesome, bike feels peppier, and the popping quit without any marbleing or adjustment. I'll let you know how if worked after I get a few more miles on it. Hopefully tomorrow as they are predicting 50+ weather here.
Did you make your own or by a ready made pipe?
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Another member gave me his used h pipe. I had already purchased another goats belly for gutting when the h pipe was offered to me.

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Here in Ukraine it's very difficult to order some tuning stuff from US.
So, I plan to make this H pipe in the near auto service. Could you please photo this H pipe to give me some idea of its dimensions?

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I'm glad that you enjoy the sound of that H pipe Dennis. Ride safe my friend.

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Another member gave me his used h pipe. I had already purchased another goats belly for gutting when the h pipe was offered to me.

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