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    SHORT CAN?

    Does anyone know of a Short Can I can slap onto the end of my supertrap headers? I am looking for something as short as possible, somthing that may not pass the rim line here in this photo. Also what about re-jetting? Do I need to think about that in my choice?

    Thanks

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    #2
    You should check in to the new M4, Jardine or Graves MotoGP inspired exhausts. They are all going to the NT650 look; short can that shows off the rear.
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      #3
      I found this site.. it has a Lazer stub style exhaust if any help http://shop.wemoto.com/index.dyn?oid=25327
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        #4
        Thanks Chris

        I do my riding on the street though and that baby just screams loud.

        Anyone have any experience?
        ARRH Don't mind me, that's just the scurvy talkin!

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          #5
          I have that Laser exhaust and it is perfect!
          Not too loud at all...but a little bit louder.
          You can keep your centerstand.
          Very high quality construction, installation was a snap.

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            #6
            You should check in to the new M4, Jardine or Graves MotoGP inspired exhausts. They are all going to the NT650 look; short can that shows off the rear.
            So does this mean that the M4 Hawk exhaust will be switching to the shorty style? Not sure if I like this or not... Any pics?

            Bill

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              #7
              Do these exhausts have a problem with scraping on the road round corners?

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                #8
                If the can stays in the center under the engine, and the exit pipe bends outward to clear the tire (tyre) then all is OK. Belly pans are about the same distance below the engine.
                Riding with a passenger, on some very twisty roads, I just touched on my exit pipe which is slash-cut flush to the outer edge of my 180 rear.
                If you plan on putting the can off-center line, or beside the tire / rim, it will likely scrape unless you have super-high rearsets.

                Edit:
                -A slight bend up like the stock unit is important if giong between the rearsets ant the rim.
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                  #9
                  hello,

                  i have a very short supertrapp. dunno exactly wich exhaust model this is but it's a really short one!




                  i bough it @ebay in great britain, anyone know something about?

                  byebye
                  Klemens

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                    #10
                    If you really want to show off the rim get a left exit exhaust. I've got a hole shot system on my bike.
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                      #11
                      it might be something similar to this http://www.supertrapp.com/product_se...temID=443-2011 How does it do performance wise?
                      I think I might give supertrapp a ring and see wha they have to say.
                      ARRH Don't mind me, that's just the scurvy talkin!

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                        #12
                        hm... this looks quite similar, but ... no. i already wrote a mail to the guys of supertrapp, but they don't want to answer.

                        my licence plate is only from 1. march to 31. october, can't say something about performance and power.

                        byebye
                        klemens

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                          #13
                          Any shorter can is going to be louder I would think.

                          That short supertrapp looks to be custom. I don't think Supertrapp made it. At last not for a bike.
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                            #14
                            WHOAHH!!!! That Trapp is a thing of beauty! I agree - definitely not the way the boys at Supertrapp intended. That is, for sure, a custom shortening-job. With that in mind... those are nice welds.

                            You lucky 'bastid, picking that up off of eBay. Man, that looks trick!

                            No matter how short the can is, it'll pass the rim. That shorty trapp is about the stumpiest thing I've ever seen on the righthand side of a Hawk, and it still peeks over the rim. That's why I'm running the cut-down muzzy y-pipe sans can:




                            Kids, don't try this at home: it's louder than you can imagine (which I like) but since I haven't welded in a baffle yet, it has zero backpressure (which I don't like). No backpressure = I run way lean. When I can raise the scratch for JD Hord's custom buell-style M4 with the shortened can - as seen on Raul's Tokyo Hawk - you can bet that same shiny little fugger will be hanging underneath my engine like a set of chrome balls! Of course, I'll want them ceramic coated or powdercoated or whatever you do to pipes, to get them to match the rest of my blacked-out bike.

                            M4 offers the best performance for the Hawk according to JD and his legendary dyno, and JD's custom version of them are the best looking pipes for a Hawk too, in my opinion.
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                              #15
                              Any pic's of this exhaust doug?
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