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    Watch my Fuel exhaust be made!

    Yup that's my collector and link pipe... so cool!
    https://youtu.be/3XnSFcsdng8

    #2
    What fine work - I want one and I don’t even need one!

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      #3
      Nice. Now I see why a custom exhaust is so expensive.
      Brian - Richland, WA
      1991 Hawk GT
      1997 VFR

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        #4
        I want to buy one just to support actual hand manufacturing.

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          #5
          On a skill level of 1 to 10 I would assign a 15 to Damien.
          "Red hair and black leather, my favorite color scheme"
          1952 Vincent Black Lightning by Richard Thompson


          '88 Blue 99% stock SOLD
          '88 Restomod
          '16 Yamaha FJ-09

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            #6
            And I had the hubris to think I could make a collector. Pffft it would look like a bunch of toilet paper rolls taped together.
            In person it's really fine work. I cannot wait to hear it!

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              #7
              Great share - nice shop. Thanks!

              WW/R
              Life is a journey, not a destination.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by DavidR8 View Post
                And I had the hubris to think I could make a collector. Pffft it would look like a bunch of toilet paper rolls taped together.
                In person it's really fine work. I cannot wait to hear it!
                I'm still going to try... Will it look like his? Nope. But will it be something I made allmybyself? Yip.

                I really want to try.
                Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                  #9
                  Awesome video.

                  I want to go intern for that gentleman, Cept I really didn't like living in England last time.
                  Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                    #10
                    I went mad and ordered a system - carbon race can but with optional baffle to subdue the lovely noise a little bit.

                    I’m happy with the Laser can that I’m using now, which is a ‘not for road use’ type and sounds superb but not too outrageous. However, I felt that something a bit more sporty looking would go well with the rest of the machine. I’m also aware that there aren’t many companies making systems for our bike these days and how easy it would be to ruin my current pipe at some point in the future and have a struggle to replace it. When I went back to the Bros in 2019 I was struck how the supply of aftermarket stuff and other parts has contracted compared to 10-15 years ago. There is probably better parts availability for the 1970 Triumph T100 that I also own.

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                      #11
                      Very cool video! Loved all the metal forming/working. Neat insight on how exhausts are made. Love the tools he used. Massive pipe bender, wet saw, pipe deburring station, and then the Big Bertha press!
                      Eric Y.
                      NT663, VFR800 & Vespa LX80
                      Yuzon Designworks

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                        #12
                        I have one of these exhausts, from now on I will look at it with more respect

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                          #13
                          Great craftsmanship...

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                            #14
                            simply beautiful
                            Gino
                            Chain Roller

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                            2012 CCS LRRS P89 Champion
                            2008 CCS ULSB National Champion
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                              #15
                              Originally Posted by nt650hawk View Post
                              simply beautiful
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                              Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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