Post Pics of your Exhaust's!

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by Drylakerunner85, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. Drylakerunner85

    Drylakerunner85 New Member

    Thought it would be nice to see what people are running out there and to share a little info about it! :helmet:

    Here is what I am sporting; Custom straight pipe. not a power getter but a neighborhood waker!

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  2. motorpsycho

    motorpsycho Active Member

    spookytooth expansion chamber on my 49 c.c. schwinn stingray with a custom made baffle. It's about as loud as your average weedeater and has tons of power. (Yes i know that there's a nut & bolt missing from the rear sprocket)
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    Custom made pipe on my schwinn o.c.c. chopper made from a long pipe that i got off e-bay for $30.00.
    it's a mixture of the extended pipe and the stock pipe and muffler. I had to extend the long pipe after the flange where it bolts to the cylinder so the pipe would clear the cranks.
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    I welded the 2 peices of pipe together and added 3 chrome rings around the weld to hide it, which gives the pipe a rippled look.
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    I modified the stock baffle and stuffed it up inside the muffler body to hide it.
    it's louder than a weedeater, but it sounds so cool.
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  3. Drylakerunner85

    Drylakerunner85 New Member

    ^^very clean! your bike seriously can pass as a motorcycle! very nice!:grin5:
     
  4. davewelch2000

    davewelch2000 New Member

    i used ten speed handle bars for thr raduis here welded a long loop then a little short pice of of the loop then cou a pice of seat post to make the conntion to muffeler note the right side outlet these schwins the motor hast to sit to left a little for the chain to line up right so it thoght to go right plus this bike has a pull start
     

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  5. w31john

    w31john Member

    I get all my pipes from pipelyne in San Jose



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  6. Drylakerunner85

    Drylakerunner85 New Member

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    ^^ Beast!!! is this the same bike on youtube sporting the Morini S6 S???
     
  7. w31john

    w31john Member

    no video yet
     
  8. effoner

    effoner New Member

    Always found it difficult to mount one going under the sprocket without widening the crank so i made mine out the top. Both pics are the same type of pipe off e-bay. Cheap and ready for cuttin and weldin. Just flipped it over for Kevs Schwinng.
     

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  9. davewelch2000

    davewelch2000 New Member

    heres my pipe
     

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  10. Slowbalt

    Slowbalt New Member

    This is my latest [​IMG]
     
  11. samuari86

    samuari86 Member

    heres mine
     

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  12. Drylakerunner85

    Drylakerunner85 New Member

    Is that an airbag on there? Lol, some great work out there, keep them coming! :grin5:
     
  13. Pic is from last month, I've painted the muffler since.

    Stainless flex-pipe with Briggs & Stratton muffler.
     

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  14. Russell2ii

    Russell2ii New Member

    Nice Tank

    Where'd you get the tank from. Spun aluminum?
     
  15. Yeah, it's spun aluminum, 6" diameter, 12" length, endfiller, 1.25gal capacity.

    From http://www.coyote-gear.com
     
  16. A-TownTX

    A-TownTX Member

    I am totally digging it brother
     
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