Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Bagsweat » Sat Jun 17, 2017 7:13 am

^^^ clean. I like it

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Joe1290 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 7:15 am

Oh I like that!

Very nice indeed.

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Adoligy69 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 9:58 am

Adoligy69 wrote:Custom De cat pipe ..ceramic coated from the headers back ..with coke can sized cat put in ..and original heat shield re attached ....

This is the first model of this pipe ...i am working with this guy to put it into production ... he has been making custom pipes just for bikes for 25 years ...and is a well respected guy in Australia
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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby irefine » Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:25 am

This is not nearly as nice, but only cost me 10 bucks for the paint.
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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Altitude Sickness » Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:27 pm

I had a custom De Cat made by Barker Brothers in Bad Axe Michigan. Great quality and service small operation. They only sell exhaust systems that have been proven on a Dynojet. Have them make an American made system for half the cost.

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby kfc4unme » Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:34 pm

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Gimlet » Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:06 pm

Now that I like, A LOT...

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Fry » Tue Jul 18, 2017 3:52 am

FUCK

I would buy that Belly Pan tomorrow. Fuck, Id buy that exhaust today.

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby 5150 Pops » Tue Jul 18, 2017 3:18 pm

Fry wrote:FUCK

I would buy that Belly Pan tomorrow. Fuck, Id buy that exhaust today.

Fairly certain lower is a painted sw-motech piece.
Admire the effort but...meh. Should have used mandrel bender, look at all those kinks!

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Adoligy69 » Sat Jul 29, 2017 11:36 pm

My new custom modified pipe ....deeper sound than the 1st model we did and runs some internal plates in the de cat ( which is larger in diameter to the headers ) for back pressure and to stop it from being too barky when you crack it....still not quiet ..but not obnoxious either ..and keeping it flowing well
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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Bagsweat » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:15 am

Adoligy69 wrote:My new custom modified pipe ....deeper sound than the 1st model we did and runs some internal plates in the de cat ( which is larger in diameter to the headers ) for back pressure and to stop it from being too barky when you crack it....still not quiet ..but not obnoxious either ..and keeping it flowing well


See this makes sense. You keep some back-pressure, expose the rear wheel and it's a nice tidy package. Did you happen to photo-document the process? :) Here's hoping

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby mrossk » Wed Aug 02, 2017 4:53 am

nicely done :!:

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Re: Aftermarket exhaust pipes for the 1290

Postby Qlan » Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:18 pm

Hi!

I just bought myself a Super Duke, but I was wondering about purchasing a short exhaust or just a short exhaust -tip. I really want a cleaner bike, and show that nice single-side frame! I´m thinking of going with a Austin Racing slip-on, but also looking into other options. My question is what size do i need to be looking at in regards of the "inlet" on the new exhaust.

I dont have the bike here right now, so im not able to measure myself. If just buying a small short tip, I need to know this to order the right one. The bike is a 2017, if theres difference between the 1.0 and the 2.0 regarding this. This is my first ever bike, and so far it has been a thrill to ride. Kind of overkill as a first bike, but fuck it - its the meanest looking one out there! Thanks guys for all the interesting information you´re posting on this forum!

Greetings from Norway!


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