I have a Rush slip on on mine I went with the 2 inch baffle and man is it ever loud. very noticeable sound difference from before or so my neighbors have said. I am very pleased just be sure to use some very high temp sealer around the joint before you clamp it on to avoid leaks. I used the ultra copper on mine and after 150 miles so far it has not had any burn through issues.
Had a drama with mine I couldn't get it to seal..Ended going to a bloke who specialises in building exhaust systems...Got him to resize the end so I could fit the exhaust gasget that comes from OEM muffler...All is good now...
I have the 2inch baffle slip on with the conical end cap. The mounting holes on the body of the muffler that go onto the stock bracket did not line up completely, only one is being used , but it is secure. Get a little kick back on blipping the throttle, but otherwise just very loud. But it looks good after some tweaking the way it lined up. Got it on Amazon for 197.99
I wanted to get new plugs in the bike. There had been a few indicators that things were amiss. It wasn't firing up as fast as I thought it should and I figured a battery and plugs would probably help. Your know, this is the extent of my diagnostic capabilities - WAG. However, I ordered and...
is there a ready made wire extension kit for the liners?
or does anybody know what gauges those wires are? meancycles sells a kit but all wires there are 20 gauge and some wires in the harness are thicker. there are no markings on them either.
need to extend wires for mini apes
All, I have a 2009 Roadliner, that I have owned for 2 years now. The bike is awesome looking at least, my issues is I have had starting issues since I owned it. I have had batteries replaced, bike has been tested by dealer with no real problems found. I can drive about 5 miles to the gas...
Hi Yamaha lowers!
In some threads it´s confusing about:
1) Motor oil
2) Gear oil
3) Transfer oil
If I understand it right, then motor oil and gear oil is the same,
and transfer oil is the thicker one (SAE80/90W)?