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07-17-2011 11:13 AM
niterider That hole is used for a cross over pipe to connect both exhaust together. You may be able to find a freeze plug that fits that size hole.
07-17-2011 12:39 AM
G3P0 Just got home. Here's what im looking at, on the left end of the pic. Think I'll just tack in a couple coasters.
07-17-2011 12:01 AM
ourselfish
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Originally Posted by G3P0 View Post
Im not somewhere I can take pics but... the front of the mufflers where you'd slip onto the head pipe extension have about an inch round hole off the inside, looks like a spot for another pipe to attach?
Front? Up by the engine?, head pipe extension? On the right just before the pre-chamber? Its a 15 degree pipe bend? I can't think of any reason to re route it; from an engineering perspective. If its just a hole, maybe we've all got it, try some exhaust polymer, then heat spray, and finally fiberglass engine wrap.
07-16-2011 11:53 PM
G3P0 Im not somewhere I can take pics but... the front of the mufflers where you'd slip onto the head pipe extension have about an inch round hole off the inside, looks like a spot for another pipe to attach?
07-16-2011 11:46 PM
ourselfish
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I picked up a pair of Dyna muffs to replace mine, one got ripped up during DE-goating, what are peeps doing to plug the hole in the side up front?
Which part needs plugging, the head pipe?
07-16-2011 09:11 PM
G3P0 I picked up a pair of Dyna muffs to replace mine, one got ripped up during DE-goating, what are peeps doing to plug the hole in the side up front?
07-14-2011 12:10 AM
niterider PM sent
07-13-2011 11:56 PM
ourselfish
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when u do the de-goat, which way do u want the exhaust, both on the right side or one on each side? alot of slipon mufflers come with all u need, mine came with the left header pipe and all the rest went together like a charm .

I think ill just use the bypass kit, and? or head to the HD dealer, Eitherway I really want to try this stinky exhaust wrap. NEXT Month.

$60
http://www.hellrisercustoms.com/bike...m/SWV750PREMUF

There's some rusty old HD mufflers on Ebay for $5&12p/h 3 days left.
07-06-2011 12:51 PM
dragonrider when u do the de-goat, which way do u want the exhaust, both on the right side or one on each side? alot of slipon mufflers come with all u need, mine came with the left header pipe and all the rest went together like a charm .
07-06-2011 11:01 AM
flitecontrol Are you planning to line the tank with por-15? If so, I recommend this instead: http://www.caswellplating.com/aids/epoxygas.htm Applied properly, there are no delamination issues as others have experienced with other tank liners.
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