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scrambler type exhaust

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sluginxlt, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    i really want to make an exhaust with both pipes exiting on one side and above the sidecase like a scrambler. any ideas on where to buy some tube with good bends i could peice , or maybe a way to make some good bends with out a good bender? lol
  2. jimed

    jimed XS650 Enthusiast

    Great Scott made these for me.
  3. Tech7

    Tech7 XS650 Junkie

    Summit Racing sells a nice assortment of u-bends and J-bends of different diameters and radius. I made mine from some and some parts of the original exhaust. (with inner tube removed)

    Attached Files:

  4. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    both look great but jimed has exactly what im wanting to make.check out summit but how do the measure bend radius, is it from the very inside of bend or from center of the tube bend?
  5. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    im not sure what bends i should buy to be able to build them like jimed
  6. jimed

    jimed XS650 Enthusiast

  7. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    the link doesnt work
  8. jmcgowan

    jmcgowan XS650 Enthusiast

  9. weekendrider

    weekendrider Iron Horse cowboy Top Contributor

    S.W. MO
    sluginxlt try the link again. It worked for me. I think you're wanting his "mile" pipes.
  10. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    still doesnt work for me not sure why. i just bought the bend kit off ebay, that was a good deal for the bends thanks jmcgowan
  11. Freak

    Freak XS650 Enthusiast

    I ordered my exhaust from Speedway motors, I think i cost me about 40 bucks and a little of my time. I ordered 2 multi bends and 2 u bends. U can do it urself just take your time and try not to catch anything on fire:bike:

    Attached Files:

  12. royfisk

    royfisk build and rebuild get bet

    great scott uses only heavy gauge piping and the bends are not fileens bargain basement units, they cost more to start with. I cant make pipes for what scott charges, I have seen personaly several of his pipes and there second to no bodies. Well worth the $$$$$. especially after you figure your time and effort.
  13. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    great scott's exhaust look awsome! but im a broke bia, and cant afford to have someone build them for me, and also im the type of person who wont be satisfied unless i made it my self. lets just hope they turn out half as nice as his
  14. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    came up with these with the bend kit from ebay and it was only $40 shipped
  15. jmcgowan

    jmcgowan XS650 Enthusiast

    Looks nice! Maybe I will order that kit from ebay...
    What's the thickness of the tubing?
  16. inxs

    inxs xx

    - are the two pipes the same length?
  17. sluginxlt

    sluginxlt xs6-fiddy

    no they are not exactly the same length
  18. jay760

    jay760 XS650 Junkie

    Does anybody know the optimum length performance wise for a xs.

    for a triumph 650 it is 1 3/4" diameter and something like 36" long
  19. gordonscott

    gordonscott XS650exhaust.com

    Hey Slugin, Just found this post, looks like you did ok:thumbsup: As far as same length goes you should try to get it close as possible but don't loose sleep over it, look at a stock Honda cl scrambler exhaust, not even close to the same length :shrug: The way I get them the same length is the "loop" on the opposing pipe. P.S. Thanks Jim and Roy for the mention.[​IMG] [​IMG]
  20. jmcgowan

    jmcgowan XS650 Enthusiast

    what diameter tubing are you guys using?

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