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post #1 of 11 Old 01-07-2020, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Decat original pipe

Hi, there is some photos of my decat pipe. It is made for easy swap.
I wanted to keep exhaust valve.
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So you can swap the stock cat and under-muffler back again?

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So you can swap the stock cat and under-muffler back again?
Yes. That was the goal, because I go to holiday to Alps and there is prohibited decat.
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Interesting as 1 of my modding rules is the ability to remove the mod if I don't like it. So you're just clamping the decat pipe on? And what about when you put the stock piece back in - do you have a sleeve-type clamp that goes over both butt-ends where the cut was made?

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Interesting as 1 of my modding rules is the ability to remove the mod if I don't like it. So you're just clamping the decat pipe on? And what about when you put the stock piece back in - do you have a sleeve-type clamp that goes over both butt-ends where the cut was made?

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Yes. On picture 3 you see cut of original pipe. Thera are made holders for spring. You can see there on picture 3 too.
On picture 2 you see new pipe is deployed over cut of original pipe. It is attached with springs.

Original cat is expanded at the point of cut (on picture) to fit as new pipe. It is attached with springs too.
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I have ordered a decat pipe myself as I despise the awful turkey tray exhaust.
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Yes. On picture 3 you see cut of original pipe. Thera are made holders for spring. You can see there on picture 3 too.
On picture 2 you see new pipe is deployed over cut of original pipe. It is attached with springs.

Original cat is expanded at the point of cut (on picture) to fit as new pipe. It is attached with springs too.
That's great work. Have you tried it yet to see if you have any exhaust leaks? If this works, you should make a few and sell them.

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I'm really interested in doing this but I'm worried it will be too loud for my taste with my Yoshi R11 can.
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What is thce weight difference?
I didnt weigh it yet. If i swap it, i will weigh it. But it will be in summer.

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