Show us your Pipe!

Discussion in 'Intake & Exhaust' started by toojung2die, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. scotto-

    scotto- Custom 4-Stroke Bike Builder

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    You asked for it.........here's my new race pipe!

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    Although similar to the last pipe on this bike, this one goes from the left side through the frame to the right side of the bike. This pipe is longer and tucks out of the way of my left leg better.......wait till ya hear it!

    dnut
     
  2. toojung2die

    toojung2die New Member

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    Where do you race? Who do you race?
     
  3. Andyinchville1

    Andyinchville1 Manufacturer/Dealer

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    HI,

    Pic of our Power Pipe....We used to market these but they took a long time to build so we put them on hold for the time being.

    Andrew
     

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  4. moonerdizzle

    moonerdizzle New Member

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    custom made nickel plated pipe on the AMF.

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  5. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

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    SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing has had 4 races since June 2011.

    We race at Grange Motor Circuit near Victorville which isn't
    too far from Las Vegas.

    Check it out on facebook.
    http://www.facebook.com/MotorizedBicycleRacing
     
  6. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

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    I really like your custom exhaust system.
    I wanted to nickle plate my system, but found it would cost too much.
     
  7. scotto-

    scotto- Custom 4-Stroke Bike Builder

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    Is the front fork nickel plated also? That's a neat set-up!

    dnut
     
  8. moonerdizzle

    moonerdizzle New Member

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    I work at a plating facility, pm me some pics of what you got and I'll see about getting it coated for you.
     
  9. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

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  10. moonerdizzle

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    No.the front forks are raw aluminum
     
  11. biknut

    biknut Well-Known Member

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    This is my famous "Limp Dick" exhaust. It starts out with a stock header. Then a section of 1 3/4" Harley exhaust pipe cut to size. Inside are all the guts to the stock china girl exhaust. It has more volume than stock, and flows better, but is quiet, and works pretty well.

    It doesn't have the bottom end to match an expansion chamber, but is about the same on the top end.

    I had a lot of trouble running the stock exhaust. It vibrated a lot and used to come lose at the head. Somehow this exhaust, with it's curved pipe doesn't have that problem.

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  12. KCvale

    KCvale Well-Known Member

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    The first thing that comes to mind for clever exhaust was Bad Mojo.
    66cc, SBP X chamber and a custom 3" glass pack so it sounded more like a Harley than a weed whacker.

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    The first thing that comes to mind for my worst was this build over 2 years ago, my first SBP X-chamber pipe installed per directions.

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    Don't get me wrong here, when I first fired up the bike it popped a wheelie and damn near dropped off the back on my ass so it worked, it was just butt ugly.

    This one was pretty fun and it didn't burn your leg.

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    Big Red is nothing special, just a stock 2-stroke pipe with a couple bends but it looks good and not too loud.

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    Of course my very very best exhaust system is on my Electric Caddy, it's invisible ;-}
     
  13. toojung2die

    toojung2die New Member

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    I like it! That's what I wanted to see. It looks great. One of the first things I get asked about my MB is the exhaust. In my opinion the first thing anyone notices about any engine is the exhaust pipe and how it sounds. It should fit the look and style.
     
  14. max350

    max350 Active Member

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    Here's my my pipe Yamaha DT 50 with modified header
     

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  15. scotto-

    scotto- Custom 4-Stroke Bike Builder

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    I'm also seeing a Puch head on an HT motor with a phunky carb :D

    dnut
     
  16. robbomberbomyea

    robbomberbomyea New Member

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    my pipe on scwinn drifter ,bgf part, needed only slight bend to clear cranks,looks close to fender in pic but clears fine. pirate cycles pk-80 motor. love the great post an pics. plan a custom pipe for the pro rat bike im building. peace
     

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  17. max350

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    You see absolutely right! The "phunky carb" is a dellorto16: 16, the intake manifold does not look like that at my build
     
  18. toojung2die

    toojung2die New Member

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    That's what I tried to do with my eBay pipe. How did you make the bends? I buggered mine up trying to make it fit.
     
  19. max350

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    I only use "junk" when I build pipe bends. I have welded together pipe bends in different dimensions, which I have sanded smooth on the inside
     
  20. Ibedayank

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    this style is
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    its called a sleeve clamp

    you can also use silicon turbo intercooler hose with stainless steel hoseclamps
     
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