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    NHRS Exhaust

    I'm wondering if there header system for later bikes will bolt up to my mufflers stock or otherwise? I did send them an inquiry.

    https://www.nrhsperformance.com/partsexhaust.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by outthere View Post
    I'm wondering if there header system for later bikes will bolt up to my mufflers stock or otherwise? I did send them an inquiry.

    https://www.nrhsperformance.com/partsexhaust.shtml

    Dan is the man. He is pretty quick to respond via email.

    I've heard one of those Force pipes on an XB9 a few months ago and its sounded mean. It was fricking loud too. It had a "tuned" sound to it, and not that obnoxious mess you get when you run without. But it was very loud. I dont know if I could live with it as an "everyday pipe".

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    Dan was very quick to respond to my message. It won't work with any of my mufflers and won't pass sound at the tracks I go to. I looks like it would be in the way most of the time anyhow.

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    I went ahead and bought a new exhaust from St Paul

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    Headers or the whole thing?

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    Just headers. Mines starting to crack around the O2 sensor bung. Probably from over tightening. I'll get the old one off and get it repaired before it falls apart.

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    The alloy on the stock headers should be back purged with Argon and TIG'd, but for a small crack near that bung I have been successful in simply MIG spot welding and haven't had an issue since. I have a set of headers I added a whole front bung on by just MIG welding that have lasted quite awhile too.

    It may not be the 'right' way, but just letting you know it worked for me

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    I am interested in your old header happy to pay for the ride. I'm working on a Blast project and thought the front half of an XB header would look better than the Vance and Hines exhaust for this build

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    I have no plans to sell. I like having a few spares and this seems to one of the items that's a must have in my book.

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    Thanks Cooter. It will be tig welded. Also thinking of drilling a small hole at the end of the crack before repair.



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