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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-11-2011, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Just cut the muffler off and welded in 1 3/4" in place and reused the factory tips! My question.... there a need to jet the fuel toilets? Or just roll out as is??

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You do not need to rejet if only doing the exhaust.
Only if you change the intake.
You may have to adjust the air mix screws to stop popping on decel.

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You do not need to rejet if only doing the exhaust.
Only if you change the intake.
You may have to adjust the air mix screws to stop popping on decel.
Ya im already on that with the mix screws!

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looks stock ... though doesnt sound anything like stock lol

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your good to go then.. and it looks sharp!
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Just cut the muffler off and welded in 1 3/4" in place and reused the factory tips! My question.... there a need to jet the fuel toilets? Or just roll out as is??
Just roll out as is!


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looks stock ... though doesnt sound anything like stock lol

That's exactly what I did to mine. Looks stock and sounds GRRRREAT!

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im likeing it on the highway, specially under the over passes/tunnels !!!!!!

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That looks nice. Do you experience any heat issues in the saddle bags? It looks like the exhaust dumps under the bags.
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Next step, drilling the baffles.

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That looks nice. Do you experience any heat issues in the saddle bags? It looks like the exhaust dumps under the bags.
Not really, I rode across town on the hwys (30 mins or so) and my 12 pack stayed cool

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