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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-12-2012, 09:35 AM
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Have local muffler/ hot rod shop make em'. I've made plenty of exhaust systems up with pipe pieces and duct tape... then taken to muffler/ weld shop and have them welded up. Take your Front & rear header to shop and have ends fabricated the way you want em'... that way you have a "One-Off" custom... much cooler than mass produced custom. Most muffler shops are up to date w/ fuel injection and you can buy "Lamda" probe bungs from Monsterparts.com or Motowheels. Just my 2 beans, and if you go Termi's get the Carbon Fiber cans... seen a couple of the stainless variety rust
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Have local muffler/ hot rod shop make em'. I've made plenty of exhaust systems up with pipe pieces and duct tape... then taken to muffler/ weld shop and have them welded up. Take your Front & rear header to shop and have ends fabricated the way you want em'... that way you have a "One-Off" custom... much cooler than mass produced custom. Most muffler shops are up to date w/ fuel injection and you can buy "Lamda" probe bungs from Monsterparts.com or Motowheels. Just my 2 beans, and if you go Termi's get the Carbon Fiber cans... seen a couple of the stainless variety rust
I have been thinking of going this route. I just don't go bonkers over the way any of the aftermarket mufflers mount on the 1100 EVO. Either they cover the wheel to much, or the angle doesn't look right, or the actual mufflers are too small so don't sound as deep as I like. I guess I'm just a picky S.O.B. lol

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