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i found this on the internet somewhere, its not my design. my family owns a machine shop so i was thinking of making this exhaust over the winter to mount on the undertail. what do u think?


i think it would look pretty sweet, and not that difficult to machine all the parts i need to put it together.
 

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No matter how sweet it will never match up to ShervinRR's exhaust.:lol: J/K Looks like a sweet design, would love to see that exhaust when/if you undergo this project!
 

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woo hoo!!! machine shop hook up!!!!!
 

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..the real question is, Does it have back pressure, silencer, and weights 354g?
that is what i was thinking really hard about is getting the correct back pressure, what if i used the baffles and all the insides from the stock exhaust? that would probably work right?
 

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it looks like the one that I have from another member on here.
 

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Do it....looks nice and somthing different..I'm working on a dual exhaust for my 05 ZX6R right now..I know that everyone always bring up the "back pressure" issue but all slip on and full system will lose back pressure, get a PC to correct the problem..Note: I can be wrong, so don't quote me:lol:..
 

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I think it would be cooler as an underbelly muffler, make it bolt up like a half system would.

I'm not going to delve into the backpressure/engine pulse/air flow subject on creating and designing exhaust sytems - I'm not an engineer. What I will say, is there are some smart posters here who can tell you why a longer exhaust, or more backpressure, or more flow can help or hurt you.
 
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