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Old Nov 10th 2013, 07:34 AM   #11
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got me a can of this, will report how well it works.



the oven at work right now won't reach the 600F for the 3rd cycle... gotta be creative.

thing is with ceramic coating the gilles, they need to be bent a little bit to be put in position. hopefully this won't let the CC crack...
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Old Nov 12th 2013, 04:27 PM   #12
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Rode with Phil at Roebling a few weeks ago and I must say with my bad hearing and eye plugs in I heard Phil breathing down my neck. NICE SOUND..will be dropping my off over the winter
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I will definitely be shipping mine to you, most likely early next year! Can't wait to ride with them next Spring!

P.S. I forget if you answered this or not, but did the tuneboy deal with any of the rideability issues at lower speed, or the jumpy throttle at lower speeds?
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Old Nov 25th 2013, 05:27 AM   #14
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I will definitely be shipping mine to you, most likely early next year! Can't wait to ride with them next Spring!

P.S. I forget if you answered this or not, but did the tuneboy deal with any of the rideability issues at lower speed, or the jumpy throttle at lower speeds?
hard to tell for me, as i have the 14T front sprocket installed and have had no throttle problems ever since...

but with the tuneboy it's great to ride, especially the punch from low rpm's
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Old Nov 25th 2013, 07:42 AM   #15
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changes on the hex mesh covers in order to provide access for O2 probes:



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Old Dec 26th 2013, 12:35 PM   #16
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Hi Phil,
I read your article with great interest. Lots of guys are changing to termi's here in europe so there are a lot of standard cans available. Time for some experimenting.
I'll do it myself because the shipping to and from the states is outrages.
Questions. Did you also consider making a removable db killer instead of the mess frame? Over here we have big issues when riding on the race tracks with to much "noise" and no db killers. What is the use of the mess frame? Is it purely for the looks?

Do you have a picture of the muffler with the cat?
I recon that removing the cat is more than sufficient to get the gasses flowing or would it be interesting of making more passage to the rear?

By the way has anyone seen the interior design of the termi or akrapovic muffler?
I was thinking of welding a bend tube on the outlet side of the muffler so I can get a db-killer inside for the "quite" track days. (We also have level 3 track days with higher allowed noise levels but these are getting less and less.)
Finally I still have 2 PCV's lying around so I'll do a full tuning after the modification. Done this a few times before and just tunes the mod to it's maximum potential.

I'll post some info later on or look at my site for the present project:
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Old Dec 31st 2013, 06:42 AM   #17
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Hi Phil,
I read your article with great interest. Lots of guys are changing to termi's here in europe so there are a lot of standard cans available. Time for some experimenting. That's the spirit!!!
I'll do it myself because the shipping to and from the states is outrages. +1
Questions. Did you also consider making a removable db killer instead of the mess frame? no, but that's a good idea. I rather thought of utilizing the flapper valve for partial noise reduction... Over here we have big issues when riding on the race tracks with to much "noise" and no db killers. i know. that's why i moved here What is the use of the mess frame? Is it purely for the looks? yes.

Do you have a picture of the muffler with the cat? let me see...
I recon that removing the cat is more than sufficient to get the gasses flowing or would it be interesting of making more passage to the rear? that's what's included in my mod.

By the way has anyone seen the interior design of the termi or akrapovic muffler? yes. there is a thread on ceramic coating, there you can see all single components of the termi. none of the cheapstakes with the akrapovic wanted to open one up yet
I was thinking of welding a bend tube on the outlet side of the muffler so I can get a db-killer inside for the "quite" track days. (We also have level 3 track days with higher allowed noise levels but these are getting less and less.) there is an aftermarket solution available for the stock cans, can't recall it right now. you can always get a japanese 1199 exhaust
Finally I still have 2 PCV's lying around so I'll do a full tuning after the modification. Done this a few times before and just tunes the mod to it's maximum potential.

I'll post some info later on or look at my site for the present project:
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price change to $390 for all future exhausts, the welder doubled his price ...
the only other alternative around quoted 200 for the welding...
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First modded exhaust is already in Arkansas, second one going to be handed over in person to fellow member weltonrk.

So far quite some interest, though i am not sure if i will continue doing this. It's a dirty, hard job and pays less than my day-job.

I have 4 mesh covers left, so 2 more exhaust will be modded. For another batch i will need 5 orders lined up.
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Hi phil found the other articles as well. Thanx for the info. I have mine striped and will put two paralele perforated tubes in which run to the back compartiment and then back to the outlet. I only wonder if the termignoni have damping wool around the perforated pipes? Would be tricky because it not practical after the mufflers have been welded again. So i think i'll only have a baffle welded between the two pipes.
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