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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-25-2011, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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same side exaust

i seen a video of a 750 vulcan with the exaust outlets on the same side do the still make this exaust system and where would i find one
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Jardine makes a set and I think they are called Rumblers, Dennis Kirk had them in the last catalog I looked at.

Click on my username do to my public profile and look at my albums ,some of pics were stock exhaust,some with homemade drag pipes and the later ones had the Jardine pipes on it,if you want an idea of how they look.

Scratch that ,look here http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t...10/2010006.jpg




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Mine are both on the same side (right side). Bike came that way from the previous owner, so I'm not sure *what* brand pipes they are.

Here's a pic of both sides:





(obviously, the pics were taken years apart, that's why you don't see any extras on the 2nd pic, which was the oldest)

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Asbrand, is that the saddlemen explorer seat? and if so, what backrest are you using with it?
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thanks i checked out dinniskirk.com but all the have is the vance and hines system that's a 2 sided system, but i'll keep looking maybe i'll find some with the outlets on she same side if not i'll probably go with the vance and hines
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Unfortunately Jardine stopped making the cross over kits. I bought mine for $380 and 3 years later could have bought them for $150 but was too late and they were gone. Great sounding set up too.


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so they don't make the kits anymore and there's no where to get them
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Asbrand, is that the saddlemen explorer seat? and if so, what backrest are you using with it?
It is the Saddlemen's Classic Explorer.

And the driver's back rest is a Pro-Tac custom.

http://www.saddlemen.com/store/index...oducts_id=6037

http://www.protac.net/

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LED Tail Light
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Unfortunately Jardine stopped making the cross over kits. I bought mine for $380 and 3 years later could have bought them for $150 but was too late and they were gone. Great sounding set up too.

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so they don't make the kits anymore and there's no where to get them
I found mine on here,if you check flea bay you might find some,baldy is right I had the same pipes and loved them.




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Click on one x and drag to the other to read between them.

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cobra makes a set that both pipes are on the right side, theres a set on ebay. click here





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