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Author:  Spook [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 7:45 pm ]
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robelst wrote:
122 dB :shock:
I wonder what is emptier: your exhaust or your head :evil:


Not really called for. Obviously this is a work in progress with plenty of people interested.

Author:  albert666 [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:08 pm ]
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thank you spook :yup:
i really couldn't be arsed to answer the comment, most people like yourself know what the plan is :)

Author:  albert666 [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:11 pm ]
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pash wrote:
Can you get two lambda bosses on? One for each cylinder...

yeah no problem, better for mapping?
not too hot on electronics, fabrication is more my thing :)

Author:  deepsix [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:17 pm ]
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Well done Alan, I'm jealous of your fab skills. I quite like the twisty front pipes, not too sure about the twin exits tho.

Author:  albert666 [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:45 pm ]
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the more i look at it, the less convinced i am too :? i'm planning a single exit as well, hopefully be starting tomorrow evening :)

Author:  Maz [ Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:54 pm ]
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:clap: .....you/your company could well make a few quid outta this if you come up with the right design :yup:

Author:  wkd1 [ Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:42 am ]
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albert666.... if you/your company interested in making a pipe for sale?... maybe go for a poll asking people what style... as i sad before i would like to see a front exit, full system like the one pictured here http://www.trojan-horse.co.uk/prods/297.html... keeping the width to a minimum as i now have full fairings and its already tight, as pash has said you would need to include bosses for the sensors.

i assume by making it a front exit keeping the headers the same should be easier? :?

as i have said well done so far..... people like you are what makes buell owners unique. :clap: i look forward to seeing where this is going :D

Wkd1

Author:  lou [ Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:32 am ]
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Looks good Alan I think I would be happier with single outlet, please keep us posted/price/availability etc. Danny and I would be very interested. hope missus etc all ok and that you had a good xmas. Best regards to you both Lou

Author:  tiger955 [ Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:41 pm ]
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I could be interested,look forward to developements!

Author:  albert666 [ Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:27 pm ]
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sorry no more progress tonight :cry:
too busy making a sledge :D

Author:  Adam [ Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:03 pm ]
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wkd1 wrote:
albert666.... if you/your company interested in making a pipe for sale?... maybe go for a poll asking people what style... as i sad before i would like to see a front exit, full system like the one pictured here http://www.trojan-horse.co.uk/prods/297.html... keeping the width to a minimum as i now have full fairings and its already tight, as pash has said you would need to include bosses for the sensors.

i assume by making it a front exit keeping the headers the same should be easier? :?

as i have said well done so far..... people like you are what makes buell owners unique. :clap: i look forward to seeing where this is going :D

Wkd1



:yt: I really like the 'Reverso' type pipe and wouldn't having a front exit give you a bit more scope for getting the headers equal length? Looking forward to seeing what you come up with 8-)

Author:  Maz [ Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:05 pm ]
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:yt:

Author:  grillphilbuell [ Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:39 pm ]
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Looks very nice for a 1st off but a single front exit would look better to me to.

Well done. You're a clever guy :clap:

Author:  albert666 [ Thu Jan 14, 2010 8:32 pm ]
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my only concern with the reverso is the side stand bracket, doesn't leave much room for the headers and a silencer, not ruling anything out yet, will be messing around a bit more on saturday :)

Author:  mcrbuelligan [ Thu Jan 14, 2010 9:39 pm ]
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maybe someone who has a reverso fitted could give you a help ??? :?

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