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Old 06-10-2018, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default Post exhaust on pre 750 - confirm some questions please

I have a pre 750. My understanding is that a complete post 750 header and exhaust will fit if I upgrade the oil pan and pickup to the post 750 version.


So that would allow me a much wider choice of mufflers as any post 750 can should fit the post 750 header.


Are these understandings correct?



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The only thing to keep in mind is the mounting point for the can choosen needs to be variable location. Like a can strap. If it's a fixed point mount like on the stock can, it will be about 2 1/2" past the pre mount point at the passenger peg.

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The only thing to keep in mind is the mounting point for the can choosen needs to be variable location. Like a can strap. If it's a fixed point mount like on the stock can, it will be about 2 1/2" past the pre mount point at the passenger peg.

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Excellent. Thank you.


Another thing - I've read that if you choose not to update the sump that you can dent the header pipe for clearance. How much of a dent are we talking about??? Enough to noticeably affect performance? This is a budget project, and the engine is pretty worn. Will it care?
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Ok, get that hack idea out of your head. If your going to do it, do it rite.
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Ok, get that hack idea out of your head. If your going to do it, do it rite.

Haha, ok. Good advice lol.
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