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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-27-2006, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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Jardine pipes

I got a good deal on a set of Jardine pipes for my 05. They should arrive this week. Any suprises I should be aware of with the install? Thanks, 2FAS
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how much u pay and where.... i've been looking at the jardines for some time now. i wonder how hard it would be to put a crossover pipe in there

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I lucked out on E-bay and picked a set up. I'm actually a pretty good wrench. I am just curious if there are any fitment problems to look out for.

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not that i have heard of....just make sure you use new gaskets.... there is a harley equivalent

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westco 12v30 MF, 30A/h w/ 350 CCA's w/ custom box
TOC stator cover w/ Frankenstator mod!
R/R relo

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I'll try and take lots of pics. Thanks, 2FAS
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Put the pipes on this weekend. Sound great without alot of noise at cruise speed. The directions tell you to cut 5 inches off the right side pipe for the mufflers to bolt together at the rear. I chose instead to use a bracket to attach the mufflers together, in case I ever needed to put the stock ones back on. My bike is an 05, so removal took about 20 minutes, and the install was almost as quick. I'll try to get some pics up.
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