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Old 07-08-2015, 07:13 PM
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Need Custom Exhaust Builder

Can anybody recommend a reputable custom exhaust builders? Frankie Serrano caught my eye, but there is a lot of bad reviews on him? Streetwalkers was another, but I see no recent activity and it seems they're out of business?
So before I go with Eddie Trotta or Exotic Choppers, I'm up for any and all suggestions

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Old 07-09-2015, 05:52 PM
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Exotic Choppers has done pipes for the last two builds we did. Hes done several for me through the years. For the last two we picked something from his website he still had to build them for me but its nice to run across town and pick them up. Most of the time he just brings out to me when they are done.
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Have had 3 sets of Serranos.... Never a problem....
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Old 07-10-2015, 02:20 PM
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Thanks Guys,

I most likely will go with either Exotic or Frankie. I did speak with Frankie today and he knows his stuff, plus his pipes are incredible. Since I have a 330 rear tire, he has to custom make my set of pipes, I may have him come up with an original idea?

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Im not sure how these guys can build custom exhaust on custom bikes with custom frames without clearance issues and successfully locate a support mount. We build custom exhaust but need the bike in house to guarantee fitment. Not knocking anyone just making a point from experience.
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Hey JC,

I'm glad you pointed this out, because this S&S 124 Twin Cam takes up a lot of room in this War Eagle frame
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Not just motor to frame clearance but transmission, pegs, remote oil filter., kicker pedal.....you name it.
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To do a custom job bike needs to be in welders face period.Stand off need to be machined and mated
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