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    Default Making a exhaust fit my bike


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    Right for some strange reason Husqvarna made the 2008 TE 450 (the first year with fuel injection I believe) in a strange way, by that I mean no one apart from arrow made an exhaust, no sure why and for the life of me Iíve not seen a arrow for sale for it, Iíve looked on loads of forums and all that, some say a 2009 will fit, some say it needs a link pipe or the mid pipe from the 2009 to get it to fit.

    Anyways whatís stopping me getting another exhaust and getting some one to make it fit??

    Will fuelling be buggered, will it be lumpy, or what could be classed as a similar exhaust and go on
    With out too much hassle, I have no idea whatís involved getting it to fit, what would this end up costing
    Main reason to do this is that the original ones thatís on there is ugly.

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    Default Re: Making a exhaust fit my bike

    Yeah I can make something up for you.

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    Default Re: Making a exhaust fit my bike

    My sm husky had an ohlins from a TC, dirt wheels and exhaust from a wrong sided te.
    All just fitted straight on. Pretty sure they only really change things significantly if there's an issue.
    Get one off Ebay, if it doesn't fit you can sell it on

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    Default Re: Making a exhaust fit my bike

    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    Yeah I can make something up for you.
    A sports can is just a bean can with some fibreglass in it. If screwd can make you up a link pipe to get from manifold to bean can, and that's what'll make you happy, then get down to his shed and let him at it.

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    Default Re: Making a exhaust fit my bike

    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    Yeah I can make something up for you.
    Topman, thanks Steve, you need to give me a few weeks as itís needs some bit to be ridden first though.




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