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    Posted: 27 Jan 2018 at 13:47
Ok guys as a few know I’m getting close to completing my jester conversion and I’m thiking about exhaust options - I know there’s a few on here with the rear end conversion done - so any photos ? Or what have you done.

I know the whole exhaust length and bore size arguement but can the rsv get away with a slightly shorter overall length system ? If so how short ?
The main reason is the new subframe and tail unit doesn’t really lend itself you an exhaust hanger so a long heavy can that’s unsupported is out of the question.

Just looking for options before the body work returns from the body shop.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Diablo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jan 2018 at 15:28
Tricky one isn't it? There's no where for a hanger, unless I presume you could modify the seat with a slot, to allow for one onto the Jester subframe? Probably only need a couple of rivnuts into the subframe for the bracket. Might be one of your only options for a longer can?

Gez does his own  unsupported stubby cans and link pipes iirc, as you probably know better than me, but like you said it's the old short can conundrum.
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On my exup years ago I ran a cobra can and only had a bracket off the back of the rearset and it was fine, had to make it but it never moved.
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Originally posted by 426hemi 426hemi wrote:

On my exup years ago I ran a cobra can and only had a bracket off the back of the rearset and it was fine, had to make it but it never moved.


Yeah I’ve looked at that - it’s only to take a bit of stress off the joints really.

Diablo - yeah I’ve looked at the ones Gez does - just not sure about the power delivery with them
Might have one made - then it’s just a case of sorting core size and length 🙈🙈
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It's all I did it for on mine, the bracket only supported the end of the link pipe and had nothing on the can.
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If you don’t want to lose any power with a stump a modded collector assists   With a stumpy can so should be ok with what you are thinking of



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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

If you don’t want to lose any power with a stump a modded collector assists   With a stumpy can so should be ok with what you are thinking of



Good job I’ve got one of your headers in then Red 😂 I’ve got a few link pipe and can options to try 👌
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Originally posted by Baldrick73 Baldrick73 wrote:

Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

If you don’t want to lose any power with a stump a modded collector assists   With a stumpy can so should be ok with what you are thinking of



Good job I’ve got one of your headers in then Red 😂 I’ve got a few link pipe and can options to try 👌


Nice one 👍


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Any pics of the beast with the jester kit on?


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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

Any pics of the beast with the jester kit on?


There will be - base coated kit should be back next week before decals are put on - I’ll have some then
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Sneaky peak before the decals get started.
Pic doesn’t do paint justice - black and white pearl and the quality is incredible. My best mate from school painted it and put hours into the prep - good job he’s fussy

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I have an Xtreme Stainless (Staffordshire) Stubby which I had on my RSV. It worked ok. I dont need it any more. If you look at the early pictures of the Jester Hooters bike. Its the same as that.


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