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well after blowing my exhaust apart i decoded to buy a cheap exhaust off ebay just to tide me over, exhaust arrived yesterday, fitted it and wasn't that impressed. noise level was just below my Fuel can.


sooooooo decided on Stubbying the fuel can.

started by removing the carbon sleeve from the exhaust and using a new 2 quid saw from B and Q I cut the edge that had sheared from the rivets, not sure how much i removed, prob about 3 inch's, it cut surprisingly easy



I then took it to my cousin and he helped me remove the metal bracket, the original rivets and then cut the Baffle tube to the correct length.

the results


and on it's own.


and fitted


the results............. f**king mega happy, sound is sooooo much better and it feels as if the power has shifted a bit more low down.

not bad for a can i was going to give saint matt for free
 

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looks alreet
saved your self a few quick on a new performance can there. Smart job done on the rivits.
You going to keep it now or use it to tide you over?

btw glyn u gotta clean that bike
its f**king filthy u dirty b*st*rd u
 

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no, i'd rather ride it than clean it.

cleaning it doesn't make it go faster you know


And AD, those aren't my riding boots you c*nt..... they're my going out boots
 

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looks alreet
saved your self a few quick on a new performance can there. Smart job done on the rivits.
You going to keep it now or use it to tide you over?

btw glyn u gotta clean that bike
its f**king filthy u dirty b*st*rd u
gonna keep the Fuel one on now... which means i have a spare harris exhaust, might stubby that to about 6 inch's as well
 

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nice mate, how the f*ck did you manage to do that
 

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stubby it? was as said in pics, drill out all the rivets, remove the band, cut the carbon to desired length. then cut the baffle tube to the required length.

rivet it all back together, job done

easier than i thought to be honest
 

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lol niceone mate, looks like a top job, you should be proud lol
 

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Sounds lush without can
 
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