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post #1 of 378 Old 12-12-2018, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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Custom Exhaust System for Sale

I've been asked to build 2 exhaust systems similar to mine for members of this forum, so I decided to build 3 and sell the third one.

Full custom stainless headers 39mm primaries, 50mm secondaries and 63mm final pipe, The larger bore allows more flow at the top end for more power.

The primaries are slightly longer than stock and the secondaries are much longer, filling in the torque dip around 5000rpm. These headers give awesome power with a really smooth curve.

With the tail pipe that I use, the system is substantially longer than stock, making the bottom end smoother and more torque and makes an awesome sound.

Weight of the entire system is 5.1Kg (11.2 lbs) compared to 10.3Kg (22.75lbs) for the stock system

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3.9Kg stainless steel 475USD



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63mm Bore, 1.3KG Titanium 475USD



Link Pipe


Alternatively, these headers can be used with the stock end can, a link pipe to connect the headers to stock end can is 75USD

Comes with brackets, springs 12 and 18mm 02 bungs


All plus shipping at cost (approx 100USD to the USA for full system)
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Paul, do your headers mainly increase only top end power, or also midrange? Can I see a photo of the header down pipes on the bike - how the look from the front? Thanks
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Paul, do your headers mainly increase only top end power, or also midrange? Can I see a photo of the header down pipes on the bike - how the look from the front? Thanks
There are designed to flow more top end and fill in the hole in the torque curve at 5000rpm

These are the original headers after 8000km, the newer ones have slight improvements (mostly cosmetic)




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Man, how loud is that? Looks beautiful though.

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I am very surprised no one has jumped at your offer here. I admire and appreciate your work and effort Paul.

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Man, how loud is that? Looks beautiful though.
It's not actually too loud (well not all the time) - Unlike some exhaust systems I've had which were always loud this one seems to work with the throttle being just like a linear volume control, fairly quiet on a cruise with an awesome wail when opened right up.
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It's not actually too loud (well not all the time) - Unlike some exhaust systems I've had which were always loud this one seems to work with the throttle being just like a linear volume control, fairly quiet on a cruise with an awesome wail when opened right up.
Cool, maybe you'll make some when I can afford it. Ha ha! We'll see.

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If you ever have another one to sell, I'd absolutely take one at that price!
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If you ever have another one to sell, I'd absolutely take one at that price!

Maybe, I'll know tomorrow
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