Blow Performance Exhaust

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Jwooky

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Ahhh! Interesting!

Did you widen it a little after you cut it? Just wondering if you got a little air gap in between?

Throw some type of epoxy on those Allen head bolts to prevent them from backing out?

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Not really, just smashed them on there lol.

I did add a single layer of DEI titanium pipe wrap between.

I used red loctite, (which will likely melt) and lock washers. Between the wrap and flexing the pipe on there they are loaded up well.

Probably got a 1000 miles, still tight.
 

Th3InfamousI

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Not really, just smashed them on there lol.

I did add a single layer of DEI titanium pipe wrap between.

I used red loctite, (which will likely melt) and lock washers. Between the wrap and flexing the pipe on there they are loaded up well.

Probably got a 1000 miles, still tight.
A little heat wrap might do it and keep it cool enough not to blue immediately.

I almost wonder since you cut the exhaust to cerakote or something similar the underside and Chuck it in your oven to bake it

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Jwooky

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A little heat wrap might do it and keep it cool enough not to blue immediately.

I almost wonder since you cut the exhaust to cerakote or something similar the underside and Chuck it in your oven to bake it

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I forgot, I actually did cerakote most of the back, but the main reason I did it was to cover the raw edges since I cut it
 

Brent Herridge

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I was really hoping somebody tried these Blow exhausts regardless of the limited clearance. They look just like FSDs, which I think are the coolest pipes I've seen. It looks like they stop before any RHD or tire interference would happen, which is the whole point of this style pipe.
 

Mastiff Rider64

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I was really hoping somebody tried these Blow exhausts regardless of the limited clearance. They look just like FSDs, which I think are the coolest pipes I've seen. It looks like they stop before any RHD or tire interference would happen, which is the whole point of this style pipe.
Its not the rear tire or swing arm they dont clear its the clutch cover or final belt drive cover. If you take pictures and measurments and send them to the woman from my rmail she will tell you the clearances again. I've since deleted my talks with her but the clearence was to close for comfort for me.
 
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