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Update on Homemade drag pipes

I finally got my homemade drag pipes looking and sounding good. I used a 12" baffle in each one with a silencer in the baffle made of steel mesh and steel wool. Sound very much like the Cobras with a deep tone . As soon as I get a photo editor I'll post all the mods I have done.
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Congrats on your new mod (and having the ability to do it). Anxiously awaiting pictures.

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Re: Update on Homemade drag pipes

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I finally got my homemade drag pipes looking and sounding good. I used a 12" baffle in each one with a silencer in the baffle made of steel mesh and steel wool. Sound very much like the Cobras with a deep tone . As soon as I get a photo editor I'll post all the mods I have done.
Email the photos to me and I'll be happy to prep them for you.
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Sounds cool, can't wait to see the pics

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Finally got pics up of all my mods. Bike is lowered 2" and I made the bones myself, Harley shaker boards added and bullet turn signals on the fender struts. Thanks for all the help from this board.
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mods look great. FYI another member used chrome coil covers from an auto parts store to hide the seam between the header pipe and the new pipe. P.S. glad to see you have the best colors the bike comes in!
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