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11-10-2014 09:02 PM
TwinJhinn Thanks XMan! I appreciate the idea....I just assumed the bends in that Y naturally prevented flow...never went next step about trying to rectify...
11-10-2014 06:51 PM
Xman/qc
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Originally Posted by TwinJhinn View Post
Sound is a great rumble have to admit pipes aren't tuned....in cold riding weather, noticeably more warm exhaust coming from right side than left...but with the power commander III on it, ran with more pull and sounded great. Fun and completed the retro look but probably not made for performance. But then. We are talking about a factory stock torque monster, aren't we.....
Did you put a washer in the Y of the rear cylender to make more flow in the left one ? I did this cause it backfire a lot before ( This idea is from a member here thas why i like this forum ) . Mine is 1300 carburated but if it can help ???
11-09-2014 10:40 PM
TwinJhinn Sound is a great rumble have to admit pipes aren't tuned....in cold riding weather, noticeably more warm exhaust coming from right side than left...but with the power commander III on it, ran with more pull and sounded great. Fun and completed the retro look but probably not made for performance. But then. We are talking about a factory stock torque monster, aren't we.....
11-09-2014 08:29 PM
Yaesu It's nice to see a VTX that looks as good on the left as the right. And I imagine it's nice to hear the exhaust in stereo.
11-09-2014 06:50 PM
TwinJhinn
'02 Retro with Roadhouse Doolies!

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05-15-2013 12:02 AM
qballbaca
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Originally Posted by CRUZR View Post

You may want to post this in the Wanted or WTB VTX Classifieds.

https://www.vtxoa.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?52-Wanted-or-WTB-VTX-Classifieds

Good Luck! You'll really need it...

Yea I know just thought I would try guese I, m going with cobra speedster longs until i build my own.
05-14-2013 05:03 PM
CRUZR
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Originally Posted by qballbaca View Post
Am lookin to buy dooleys I know good luck but i have reduced myself to begging.

You may want to post this in the Wanted or WTB VTX Classifieds.

https://www.vtxoa.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?52-Wanted-or-WTB-VTX-Classifieds

Good Luck! You'll really need it...

05-13-2013 09:56 PM
qballbaca
Wtb dooleys

Am lookin to buy dooleys I know good luck but i have reduced myself to begging.
05-10-2013 12:29 AM
dangrousdan
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Originally Posted by MR VTX View Post
Why in the heck did they cut the pipe in two? I just had the washer tack welded inside the pipe by a local muffler shop. I think I was there for all of 5 minutes.
Some people have to do any and everything the hard way.
05-09-2013 10:39 PM
MR VTX
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Originally Posted by seefriedm View Post
The muffler shop cut the pipe coming off the rear exhaust outlet about 2 1/2-3 inches after the two pipes (1 going bent and going to the left side and the other continuing down to the right side) come together. Instead of doing it this way they cut the pipe http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/b...psbd5a7fdb.jpg They sandwiched the washer between the 2 cut sections and welded them back together. So you can see there was room for error here.
Why in the heck did they cut the pipe in two? I just had the washer tack welded inside the pipe by a local muffler shop. I think I was there for all of 5 minutes.
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