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Old 03-02-2011, 04:49 PM
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looking good - are the pipes WCC too?
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And seemingly out of no where comes,...............the Dominator!

Nice bike Eric,..........can't wait to see it painted.
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Old 03-03-2011, 06:08 AM
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HF told me that the paint job won't be a ''cum-on'' one
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Very Nice!
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Old 03-12-2011, 06:50 PM
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Alternate exhaust. Had to mod the 2-into-1 pipe to get arount the rear upright frame rail. May have to get a mandrel bend so it can go straight back instead of dipping down.


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See if you can't get it to come out like the exhaust on Nooga's Dominator:



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It was like that when I started except that the muffler hit the frame. I think I can get a pipe bent to move the collector over a little and keep the muffler on the same level as the collector..
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Yeah maybe angling it out a little right after the "2-into-1" joint would let you run the pipe shorter and more straight. Good luck.
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Don't run it all messed up like that. Make it fit and look right.
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Don't run it all messed up like that. Make it fit and look right.
I'll be running SS pipes until I get the 2-into-1 sorted out. I think if a 10 +/- bend should get the clearance I need.
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looking to get rid of the ss pipes?
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looking to get rid of the ss pipes?
Wish I could help you out but I'm going to have 2 sets of pipes to run. I think there are a couple of shops that make pipes similar to the SS pipes.
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