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Old 04-13-2004, 05:53 PM
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Punisher,

Exhaust cones slip into the head pipe on standard 1 3/4 inch pipes. There made for exhaust systems that do not have any baffles. The cones create backpressure that is lost on drag, short pipes and pipes that do not have baffles. The cones run around $25.00 bucks.

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Old 04-13-2004, 05:54 PM
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nice bars punisher...

I just primed all my stuff and Im going to mock my bars tonight mount the rear signals and try to wire...

did you guys just run the harness along the top frame rail, connecting with zip ties or am I being ghetto and half steppin'
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Old 04-13-2004, 05:56 PM
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Hey Punisher did you get the 5000X? I'm leaning with that model too. Pictures as soon as you install. What bracket did you order for the DD.

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I got the 5000X yes. I have no idea about the mounting yet, but im leaning toward the double riser clamp, and I have straight tall risers.
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Old 04-13-2004, 06:43 PM
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Punisher,

Exhaust cones slip into the head pipe on standard 1 3/4 inch pipes. There made for exhaust systems that do not have any baffles. The cones create backpressure that is lost on drag, short pipes and pipes that do not have baffles. The cones run around $25.00 bucks.

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Now I understand,

At this moment in time, I do not plan to use them. We'll see in the future.

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Old 04-14-2004, 02:46 AM
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timebomb,

I donít have any pics of the exhaust cones. And your not ghetto>>LOL, I also ran the control switch wires along the top frame rail. The tank completely conceals the wires as well as the seat where it meats the tank.
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Old 04-14-2004, 01:38 PM
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I called custom chrome to inquire about the control piece that I broke and they are sending me one out NO CHARGE.Can't beat that. I told the tech support guy I broke it but he didn't care. Last night I got a late start but still managed to finish up the wiring on the rear half of the bike. Gets pretty crowded under the seat area but managed to make it all fit and clean up pretty well. I did the same as mike and ran the main harness straight down the top upper frame rail so if thats ghetto I guess we're a bunch of ghetto homies LOL. Looks good and fits really good under the tank.Hope to finish the front wiring tonight .(Did a rig job on the handle bar controls till the new part gets here) And with any luck fire this puppy up thursday night Oh no exhaust cones for me , not looking for ultimate performance but like em loud and these pipes are LOUD. I had the Custom chrome guys fire up the display bike at daytona and it sounded really good.
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Old 04-15-2004, 07:06 PM
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I must be wire retarded.
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Old 04-15-2004, 09:15 PM
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how did ya'all hook up the headlight, front blinkers and taillight?

Im gonna try "best color match" for the controls, I read it worked for someone.

I thought I could connect everything without hooking up power or taking apart my hand controls (since I wasnt paying attention to wire color before I put em together)....

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I am sitting here ticking just like Timebomb wonder who is going to post a step-by-step wiring instruction for HCII because I am just too lazy and dumb trying to figure out myself... I just hookup a set of X-pipe and had to "manufactured" the upper pipe hanging bracket from plumbing parts from Home Depot. Any suggestion on how to make it look nicer is greatly appreciated. Thanks again for all the good postings and it's really informative.
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Old 04-15-2004, 09:41 PM
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I'm sorry I canít get any pics of my wiring. I'm getting my tins today and everything is ready to go. I know I taped the ends of the wires coming from the handle bar switches. So this allowed me to identify what wires belonged to what switch. That helped a lot and I matched the colors up with the main harness. Even though the switch colors may have differed in the striping with the wires from the harness, the colors still matched in some way. For the horn I did this last due to the colors not matching. I had to test each wire until it worked. For the tail light the black is a ground and the colors matched on my bike. I donít have turn signals or marker lights on mine. I hope this helps.

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Old 04-16-2004, 08:09 AM
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Time and Fat, I really wish I could help ya out here, but Im not that far with mine. I just had brought her to the tailer to get a new dress, after all, she was neked! I should be getting her back in a couple weeks and ready for reassembly. Like most of you, the tins will be a couple weeks longer so hopefully, I can get everything done before I get them.

Hey, did you get the break line I was talking about a few posts back?? How did that work for ya??

As for the front line, I talked to a guy selling the cable clamps, and he said that the 1.5" clamp is the same as a 41MM and that there are a lot of guys buying them to keep the front break line from dangling in the wind...... Im gonna do that or, go the cheaper route with a chrome wire tie....

Keep us posted, as we can all learn from each other.

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Old 04-16-2004, 10:25 AM
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My rear break line was fine, no problems.
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