Idea For Phantom 85 Exhaust

Flexible hose received.

The good news... it's actually much more stout than I was expecting after a couple of posts above. I really don't see why this product ... aside from being galvanized... is going to be a problem...

The maybe bad news... it's smaller than it states online. It's coming in right at 32.5mm... internal diameter... my current exhaust comes in at 32mm at the header (good)... but 33.2 mm where the muffler meets the pipe (bad)...

I may end up buying a muffler vs cutting this one as well... the stock muffler will work for me now... but I'm still following through with this experiment.

:)
 
Flexible hose received.

The good news... it's actually much more stout than I was expecting after a couple of posts above. I really don't see why this product ... aside from being galvanized... is going to be a problem...

The maybe bad news... it's smaller than it states online. It's coming in right at 32.5mm... internal diameter... my current exhaust comes in at 32mm at the header (good)... but 33.2 mm where the muffler meets the pipe (bad)...

I may end up buying a muffler vs cutting this one as well... the stock muffler will work for me now... but I'm still following through with this experiment.

:)
My interest isn't any less.
 
Sorry guys... things have been delayed a bit for a number of reasons (bike frame is out getting powder coated... and some pretty damn hot weather being among them). It didn't much matter as I'd not gotten the header I bought. Well... that header came in the mail yesterday and I am VERY pleased to say the fit is NICE...

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I really need to find an inexpensive muffler to use. I wish I had a spare stock muffler to try, but I only have one and I think I wanna keep that one intact.

Also... I wonder if I can find an expansion chamber.... of some sort... just the chamber... to use in-between the header and muffler.... It really wouldn't be tuned for the bike (obviously)... but would it help?? The idea's flow...
 
Anyone have one of these Sick Bike Parts exhausts? I know they're more designed for a 66cc engine (the expansion chamber/muffler) ... too restrictive for the Phantom?

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Good luck, quiet and fast don't really mix with the Phantom
Not just that, but the ONLY exhaust that even fits the Phantom is the one that comes with it...Anything else would have to be fabricated all the way from its 28mm orifice to the exhaust port with 60 mm stud to stud space, one could take the existing flange and weld it to another muffler and pipe of course but then would that setup even be able to be finely tuned to the Phantom motor???
 
Not just that, but the ONLY exhaust that even fits the Phantom is the one that comes with it...Anything else would have to be fabricated all the way from its 28mm orifice to the exhaust port with 60 mm stud to stud space, one could take the existing flange and weld it to another muffler and pipe of course but then would that setup even be able to be finely tuned to the Phantom motor???
Does anyone know were to get a quiet muffler for phantom bike engine
im looking for any muffler that fits it, my bike frame does not accomodate the stock muffler and i would need another 1.5 inches for it to reach the engine, i have looked for almost a week at this point and cant find anything, at this point im probably gonna go out and buy a blowtorch and hope i can bend it to fit.
 
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