Discussion in 'Shops' started by MAC Performance, Oct 25, 2016.
Those would like great on my wife's bobber
I am finally feeling well enough to work on my 650 again a couple hours at a time, I have ridden these since the 70's. I have owned this bike since the early 90's She has be in storage for years because I have battled Health issues, I was hurt at work and ended up having 8 surgeries including 2 knee replacements a 9 month battle with MERSA staff infection, a Pulmonary Embolism, and 3 heart attacks. But life goes on and With the help of the great folks here I have her running again, I can no longer work but was awarded Disability benefits, I hate it, but It buys groceries but not much else.
My 1975b has rusted Megaphones
on it and would look great with a new exhaust! This is probably the only way it will happen but my luck has been pretty bad, time for some good Luck!
Some lucky person is going to receive a very Beautiful new Exhaust system! Thanks for the very generous act!
Did you guys get my bribe? Please send the pipes ASAP.
Progress pic with the "mystery 2-into-1" that was on it when I purchased it.
Those nicely tucked in headers would prevent my bike dragging its headers on trackdays, as is the problem with the recent system (Heiden headers/Hoos megaphone, all stainless). Would love to try the MAC system. Regards, Hein
Those would sure be a nice replacement for my old dented pipes(hidden by the wrap)
COUNT ME IN !!!
Even though I really like the set I built..
Hello here is my all original unrestored 1981 Yamaha XS650II owned for 9 years.
Here's my 78 I just picked up.
Ok so not so pretty when I first got it, and it was my first XS650 I picked up in a junk yard and it was just about to be crushed when I save it, but it is in process of being turned into a brat and needs an awesome exhaust system and this is the ticket.
Nice! Those mufflers belong on a '74 or '75 model.
Restoration in progress!!!!
1972 Yamaha XS 2 650 with matching serial numbers (engine and frame) and only 4400 miles !!!!!
Project has slowed due to back problems....had started a hard tail kick only build and then recently busted my back up this year....go figure. But I'm not changing a thing. Sticking with it. Now a "winter project". These pipes r sick and would be a much appreciated gift. Good luck to everyone. Thanks xs650.com
P.s. old pic. Need to update.
My 78 xs650 Standard
Here's my '81 cafe at Antietam National Battlefield.
My 73 still in the process
I'll take them!!!
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