Minimalistic mufflers?

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Cali92xj600
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Re: Minimalistic mufflers?

Post by Cali92xj600 » Mon May 29, 2017 12:10 am

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The FZR headers won't work. The angle of the enigne and the cylinder spacing is different. The link above was funky; the 4:1 I meant to reference is from Delkevic. They have a shop here in Englewood (though this auction is for the UK) so you should be able to find the same thing US-side from their website.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Yamaha-XJ600-4- ... SwGIRXaAnr

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Yes ive seen those nice but pricey.

How about the slip on V&H SSr2 in the auction I won for $20? Two of them with stock headers? This a viable option?


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Re: Minimalistic mufflers?

Post by webman94 » Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:33 pm

Those Emgo mufflers look really nice, although I wonder if they're any better than stock Sportster mufflers... these are dirt cheap, and are really solid. Heavy, though. All of the Harley guys take them off, so they practically give them away. Sportsters have two mufflers, too.

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