Powerage slip-on question

2LZ

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Volcano, CA
Mine had the same thing. It squishes down some when you tighten it down but I ended up replacing it with a regular silver exhaust sleeve.
 

Bikebit

Well travelled
Mine had the same thing. It squishes down some when you tighten it down but I ended up replacing it with a regular silver exhaust sleeve.
Did you remove the sleve from the original slip-on?

UPDATE: Just ordered a couple from Baxter, they have them for $4...
 
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2LZ

Well travelled
Location
Volcano, CA
Did you remove the sleve from the original slip-on?

UPDATE: Just ordered a couple from Baxter, they have them for $4...
I THINK I did? They're usually a pain to get out un-destroyed (is that an actual word?). I also may have had some in stock. I'll need to look at the stock muffler.
In the meantime, use the split sleeve and get 'er mounted! I had to make small brackets to get it to hang without flex.
 

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Bikebit

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I THINK I did? They're usually a pain to get out un-destroyed (is that an actual word?). I also may have had some in stock. I'll need to look at the stock muffler.
In the meantime, use the split sleeve and get 'er mounted! I had to make small brackets to get it to hang without flex.
I tried as well but didn't pry too hard, didn't want to destroy the backup plan :) For now I'll just wait for the Baxter order, shouldn't be more than few days. I did like the sound of it though!

BTW, mine aligned fine, but I did notice that the exhaust runs really close to a flanged piece where the swingarm connects.
 

2LZ

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Volcano, CA
I have the Delkavic head pipe and it came with a mid-mount that the Himalayan, that the Scram doesn't use, even though the spot is still there on the frame. I used a Sawzall to remedy the issue, as it didn't line up.
 
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