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Hello Everyone, I keep looking for someone who has bolted on any after market exhaust such as Leo Vince or Yoshimura, Just wondering if anyone has any info on these or any other full exhaust pipes. Thanks....
 

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Use the search feature at the top of the page and search for 'exhaust'. You'll get a lot of links and see that several aftermarket exhausts have been used.
 

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A couple of us have installed the Remus exhaust on the 650. Search for Remus and you'll get plenty of commentary - including my own.

I think Leo Vince also makes an exhaust for the 650. Yoshimuira does not as far as I know. There are some shops on the internet that specialize in pipe sales. "Pipe city" is one. They might be able to tell you if any other maunufactures make units for the AN650. Pipe city also provides links from their webpage to the various manufacturer's sites.

http://www.pipecity.com/
 

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Aftermarket exhaust

We have a Moriwaki full system on our burger. Its been on since feb this year. Bit noisy (bloody loud) but staying on. Cost 1300 in Australia. See moriwaki website. Geoff. Tasmania
 

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mysticcobra said:
I am interested in 650 info, Thanks for the tip..
So you traded up between Feb and May this year?
 

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Well I have a sort of after market exhaust on my 03 650 it sounds very similar to Pauljo's bike saw and heard it at scooter cade. Mine is a right hand can off a 98 TL 1000. had to fab up the flange and a piece of pipe cut off the original pipe ahead of the muffler and weld the two togher. The mount on the new muffler is mounted to the original location and uses the original bolt turned backwards. It now has a nice little snarl to the sound.
Best part is the whole setup cost about 35 to 40 dollars and about 3 hrs work. Now for the best part it is puting out 4.5 to 5 % above stock no guessing this is from actual dyno testing! Now the catch if you change the exhaust and nothing else you will go from a bike set up lean to pass EPA regulations. If you do not richen up the fuel injection it will not be as efective. I will let you ponder what I have put here and see if anyone want's the info about the fuel injection.
 

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magyver said:
[snip] Best part is the whole setup cost about 35 to 40 dollars and about 3 hrs work. Now for the best part it is puting out 4.5 to 5 % above stock no guessing this is from actual dyno testing! Now the catch if you change the exhaust and nothing else you will go from a bike set up lean to pass EPA regulations. If you do not richen up the fuel injection it will not be as efective. I will let you ponder what I have put here and see if anyone want's the info about the fuel injection.
Hi

You are just tantalising us! :wink:
I for one (even though mine does have FI) would be very interested to hear how you set up the FI to adapt to the new 'breathing'. :read2: :)
 

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Fuel Injection Change

First I will tell you this is for 650s. I do not have a 400 manuel to know if it will apply to them. If you change the sensor reading to the ECM from the intake air temp sensor it will richen up the fuel by 4 to 5 %. This will bring the ratio in the 12.8 to 13.2 % ( very good) To do this you have to locate the intake air temp sensor cut the dark green wire and install a 680 ohm 1/2 watt resistor in line. This will make the ECM think the air is colder than it is and richen up the air fuel ratio. cost about 25cents but about 3 hours work to get to the sensor do the work and put it all back togher.
 

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Re: Fuel Injection Change

magyver said:
First I will tell you this is for 650s.[snipped]
WOW Respect! :salute:

Is this your field of specialism :?:
 

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seatec said:
Thats why he is called magyver, Norm :wink:
Decode input please :wink:
 

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From a televison show here in the U.S. Main character was a softspoken guy named Magyver who could always make something out of nothing, like say, a bomb out of a paper clip and a book of matches, to get himself out of any nasty jam he found himself in with the bad guys. It was a good guy always wins kind of show. So, if you can jerry rig something up, you have "Magyverd" it
 

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OK thanks - understood - this guy:
 

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Ginger Baker? :wink:
 

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NormanB said:
Ginger Baker? :wink:

LOL!! 'Fraid Ima gonna hafta disagree wit ya there pardner. Yes, Ginger Baker was a masterful drummer, I just don't think he was ever as lightning fast as Peart.

Bill, Cream and Blind Faith, among others.



Peace.
 
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