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kirkyboy1986

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kirkyboy1986 says:

STUBBYING YOUR EXHAUST

Hi all is there anybody that has cut there exhaust down to make a stubby

i have a scorpion end can at the moment i like the sound of it and it cost me a fair bit of money but i would really like to stubby it if i can,

a few people have told me that you can just hacksaw it down and re rivet the end back on is it that easy to do?

kirk:smile

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paulderekjohnson

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Exhaust

Yes,it usually is that simple. Though I wouldn't want to do it do a good silencer.  Maybe a used beaten up one though.

However,if it ruins the running of your bike,be prepared to shell out more cash for a replacement. :wink:

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

piece of piss mate

just pick an end, drill out the rivits, cut the sleeve down to the required length and rivit the end back on.

easy peasy

just dont go too  short too soon.
u can always cut more off but u can't put it back:biggrin:

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kirkyboy1986

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kirkyboy1986 says:

ideal

ideal thank you for confirming that for me.

i will give it a go and see how i get on with a cheap one will have a look on good old ebay.

kirk

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

kirkyboy...

do it off the bike, don't want to be sawing through the swinging arm or brake pipe do you.:smile

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SiegerMotorsports

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I Just Bought 1

£183 new

good laugh fitting it too

:ph43r:

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ranksounds

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ranksounds says:

Siegar

Just fitted the same to my SV, sounds great doesn't it and the "fun" of cutting the old one off.

Beat you by £3 though, paid 180 for mine,:winkie:

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Cut pipes

Ha ha.  Go to the moto gp at Valencia in November, and you'd be suprised at how many bikes have NO exhausts on.  Brill.  And the coppers just smile as they go by :biggrin:

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SiegerMotorsports

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hahah

took 2 adempts at gettin the downpipes right

the right saw fr the job is eye-watering as it is useful

:ph43r:

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