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08-04-2015 06:50 AM
johnoni I didnt degoat my 92. I got a set of slip-on chop pots with removable baffles, flared out the link pipe coming off the goat and job done.
08-03-2015 09:39 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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To get equal length just use a short piece of exhaust pipe on the shorter side and adjust the flat stock bracket length accordingly to fit.
Yup yup
08-03-2015 09:31 PM
HardRock To get equal length just use a short piece of exhaust pipe on the shorter side and adjust the flat stock bracket length accordingly to fit.
08-03-2015 09:49 AM
Kristoco Hmmm. I have a set of sportster pipes yet I'm not into doing the crossover pipe. I also thought making the pipes the same length required a lot of changes.?
07-25-2015 11:12 PM
Okiebezer I put a set of Harley Sportster muffs on mine. Degoated and had crossover pipe welded in. Muffler shop fabbed a couple short flat stock hangers similar to Docs. The muffs were finally even in the back, plus they sound a bit deeper and more mellow. Very nice change in sound and looks.
07-25-2015 08:13 PM
OleDirtyDoc They really sing between six and redline.and when ya back off as well
07-25-2015 06:32 PM
HardRock Degoated, with sportster pipes is a fair approximation of an 883 but Knifemaker is right you won't be able to get the exact same sound.

As to mounting I welded a 2 piece H-pipe to the head pipes and then welded a set of sportster mufflers to the H-pipe. Then I used flat stock similar to the way Doc did to hang them.
07-25-2015 06:29 PM
OleDirtyDoc But they sound BETTER than a Harley.mine screams(pun intended)
07-25-2015 05:34 PM
Knifemaker The only way to get a "Harley Rumble" is to go buy a Harley....as the angle of the Vulcans cylinders will keep it from ever sounding like a Harley. And it's smaller bore won't have the deeper sound of a larger motor.
07-25-2015 02:40 PM
OleDirtyDoc Hop you can see em
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