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    Hi All

    I'm in the process of modifying my exhaust on the Z750.

    I've bought a GYTR stubby muffler but need someone to make me a connector pipe to go between the muffler and the original headers.

    I also need a muffler bracket to suit.

    Can anyone recommend an exhaust shop, or someone who can do this for me?

    Cheers
    Last edited by Giant; 11-12-2007, 09:37 PM.

  • #2
    anyone????

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    • #3
      Try Paul @ Howler Pipes(do a search & find his no)
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      • #4
        Colin when you get it done mind letting me know how much it roughly cost? this is something i am looking at doing to my balius. It doesn't even nearly have the growl it should

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        • #5
          Originally posted by optimal View Post
          Try Paul @ Howler Pipes(do a search & find his no)
          Hi All

          I've done a search on white and yellow pages, but there's no listing for Howler Mufflers.

          Does anyone have Paul's number handy?

          Cheers

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          • #6
            Pipes

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            • #7
              .. well I have his business card here & that's its name alright, mob: 0422 844 624
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              • #8
                thanks smeghead ... will give paul a call

                cheers

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by giant9765 View Post
                  Hi All

                  I'm in the process of modifying my exhaust on the Z750.

                  I've bought a GYTR stubby muffler but need someone to make me a connector pipe to go between the muffler and the original headers.

                  I also need a muffler bracket to suit.

                  Can anyone recommend an exhaust shop, or someone who can do this for me?

                  Cheers
                  Got the connector pipe made today, and the whole mod looks and sounds great ... ive attached a couple of piks
                  Attached Files

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                  • #10
                    Looks great Colin.

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                    • #11
                      Looks good mate. You did you end up using, and what were the prices like?

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                      • #12
                        ...doesn't GYTR stand for Genuine Yamaha something something?

                        Not bad exhausts by any stretch, from what I've heard, but it seems a little strange putting it on a kwak...

                        --does look fantastic though!
                        "No machine has a soul until a man shares his own with it."

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mungus View Post
                          Looks good mate. You did you end up using, and what were the prices like?
                          Thanks ...

                          I didnt end up using a specialist motorcycle exhaust fitter ... mate from work said to try the local muffler place and see if they can make something up to what I wanted ...

                          So off I went to Ian Diffen's in Cannington. The exhaust guy (Steve) said he could do something for me but only had mild steel pipe. I would have preferred stainless but I couldnt wait to get the system fitted. He knocked up a connector pipe for me in 2 minutes. And the best part was that he didnt want to charge me anything (I ended up giving him all the cash I had on me - $20). Many thanks Steve at IAN DIFFEN CANNINGTON cnr Albany Hwy and William St (free plug).

                          One guy I went to wanted to charge me $250-$300.

                          Anyway, including the GYTR carbon muffler (which I got from the US) and a slightly dodgy home made rubberised bracket, total cost of the project came to $360

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mockery View Post
                            ...doesn't GYTR stand for Genuine Yamaha something something?

                            Not bad exhausts by any stretch, from what I've heard, but it seems a little strange putting it on a kwak...

                            --does look fantastic though!
                            GYTR = Genuine Yamaha Technology - Racing

                            Yeah its a weird combination, but I wanted a certain "look", and the only muffler that fitted the "look" was the GYTR carbon muffler.

                            Because its a "race" muffler, its a little noisier than what I would like

                            Maybe I can make a db killer for it??? If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.

                            Cheers

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                            • #15
                              That would be serious LOUD

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