Exhaust Exhaust modifications

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try1897

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I went to that Dacs? site??? Anyway there was an article about modifications to the exaust pipe. Sooooo I took it apart and cut off the baffel tube. They said you could drill holes in it or just cut it off. As I'm one never to do something half a** I cut the sucker clean off. Its an 80cc by the way. The thing is just mildly louder but has a little more of a throaty kind of sound(better)but as far as I can tell the HP did improve some . I'd say 1/2 to 1 HP if I had to guess. I don't expect it will be on the dino any time soon so you'll have to take my word for it........ Tom in W.V.
 


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try1897

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I just took it out for another ride and it is definetly faster and pulls the hills better. Much improved. Next thing is to improve on the intake. I think a better air filter is in order as well as to polish the intake man. tube (on the inside) for better flow. It can't hurt..... Tom inW.V.
 

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Jimbo

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Just dont get pulled over by a cop for driving something thats too loud or something thats not road legal. 80cc's is pushing it.
 


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Cookie

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JIM

Jimbo the cc is not on the motor anywhere so if anyone asks you have a 48cc the only difference when they are side by side is the size of the head.

I drilled 2 holes in my muffler and it worked great but after 1000 miles I have to take it apart again and clean it .

PS one of the local cops clocked me at 56mph but I think his radar gun was off he did not give me a ticket because I was on a bike and the judge would not beleve it :)

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This is still somethig good to do, right?

After the last post being in 2006, is this still considered a good idea for anyone considering?

(with the exaust pipe, and the taking it apart, and the drilling and cutting)
 
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Go for it!

Cut away.
I cut mine too short amd did not like the noise.
I installed a homemade moose can muffler with an aluminum screen baffle . A 1 and 1/2 inch exhaust pipe 90 jammed on the end of the stock muffler, then using a tapping screw to attach the whole thing together. Finally wad a piece of aluminum screen into the end of the 90. I used a long bolt ad a baffle holder and a muffler hanger.

Sounds nice lots more zip up hill.
No peddling up some hills.
 

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4doora

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Does anyone have a link to some proper instructions on the exhaust mod?
 
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Does anyone have a link to some proper instructions on the exhaust mod?
Heres the most in depth source I've found, its about a third down the page titled muffler modifications. This page is a great link for modifications to make your ride even easier!
Fastboy
 

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4doora

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Heres the most in depth source I've found, its about a third down the page titled muffler modifications. This page is a great link for modifications to make your ride even easier!
Fastboy
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do you have a direct link to the pages you're referring to?
 



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Hive

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Exhaust Mods

Review the stuff under "Rack Mounted" as there are some larger mufflers made that apply to the frame mounted 2-cycle engines, I believe.

My experiments with the T-3300 were not worth it, but I tried to make them small and simple.
 


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