Universal Expansion Chambers

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  1. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    I'm making some pipes designed for 50-80cc engines, that are clamp-on universal pipes.

    The idea is, you just cut the can off your existing pipe, slide on my chamber and clamp it on to your header pipe.

    I'll be making some straight ones, and some angles ones to fit a variety of bikes. Some bending of your header pipe may be required.

    Still in the prototype stage, and I'll be bringing some to the Grange race on april 1st.

    Once they're proven on the track, they'll be for sale (and a thread will be posted in the appropriate section.)

    Here's a sneak peak:
     

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  2. BobbyT

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    Good idea Baird. I'd like to try one. Look's good!
     
  3. BobbyT

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    Baird,
    I have a MB ready to test the ex chamber. See you There!
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    Cool. I'm finishing up a bunch today that I'll be bringing to the track.

    I built my china racer back up and put one on it. And it works great.

    My bike's all modified, and I didn't have a stock pipe, so I don't have a base to guage the before and after performance gains.
     
  5. BobbyT

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    I will load up some extra pipes to cut. Will have stock pipe on so we can see the difference. I can only bring 3 bikes. One will be a crash test dummy!

    You can join us for dinner Friday night if you like pork adobo and rice. I'll be pitting with Rebel Bikes. I'm slowly loading up want to get there this afternoon not to late.

    I need to find some tires on the way.
     
  6. Cylon

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    Very nice looking pipe.
     
  7. BobbyT

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    I tried the pipe at the track Sunday. I ran it on my daily driver with a mostly stock 69cc China girl.
    First mounted directly to header pipe, ran smoother but no noticable power gain.

    Neil suggested a longer header.
    I used a 12" high heat 3/4 id. hose for next test.
    With length at 13 1/2" total mounted down the center between crank. Good tork and speed with this setup.
    Tried it on one of the race bikes and it worked good.

    I am going to use this pipe on my daily driver from now on.

    I recomend others try this pipe it sounds good and it's not loud.dance1
     
  8. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    That's good to know. Header length is a big factor in where the power band comes on.

    On my race bike, i tried a few different lengths, and a 6" header gives my bike a wide range of power. Instead of having that sudden, "on the pipe" feel, I opted for a wider powerband to deal with that hill at the grange.

    I saw a lot of bikes hit their power band near the top of the hill, and I wanted mine to be more gradual.

    Not that it helped, with the multitude of other disasters my poor china girl was having. (And, y'know, crashing in the moat left by the drift cars didn't help.)

    My calculations come out to about a 10-11" header for the band to hit right before peak rpm.

    As always, results will vary.

    If I can rebuild the clutch guts on my motor, I'll do some more testing.

    Thanks for the honest input, bobby.
     
  9. BobbyT

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    Thanks Baird,
    This is the 2nd ex chamber I have got from you. They work Great! Cut the stock muffler off shove it on, tweak it where you want it and presto more power! going for a sixty mile ride today to break in a new engine. These things work great on a stock engine with my .003 copper head gaskets. Chumash Casino anyone?
     
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  10. mobike91

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    Bairdco could I PayPal you and have you ship me one to Oregon? I'd love to tinker with a better expansion chamber than I got. I also am hoping to make it out to Cali this year for some racing in October! If that's where your taking about lol.
     
  11. ksfastman

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    Are you still making these? If so, maybe give us an idea of the dimensions and information on how best to contact you or pay you.
     

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