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Will a twin cam exhaust fit on an EVO???

Just like it says...seen a couple adds on ebay saying the exhuast will fit ,90 to 2006 motors...I just need to be sure...exhaust in question is for a softail type bike.

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fitting a motor, and fitting a bike are two different things.

pipes will fit both motors.

that has nothing to do with bikes where the motor is offset left to run a wide tire and pulling the pipes into the frame, or a RSD tranny sticking 3 inches out to the right, all up in the pipes..

the only thing "softail " means...as far as pipes go...in the custom bike thing...is that they don't mount to the transmission like a rubbermount bike.
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If the exhaust uses the stock muffler bracket, you may have to change it. About 96 they changed in style. If it comes with its one you are probably OK. Bruce
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