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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-17-2005, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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I need an exhaust can. Those of you that that where at Autobahn last Saturday may have seen my old one sitting in between turns 7-8. The Ti sleeve of the can decided to blow apart.



Anyway, someone got any used, beat-up can that's still functional. Don't really care what brand, as long as it's cheap and flows decent. Maybe someone has a Micron sleeve taking up space in the garage. Maybe someones race spare that they can spare for cheap. Please help!

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I need an exhaust can. Those of you that that where at Autobahn last Saturday may have seen my old one sitting in between turns 7-8. The Ti sleeve of the can decided to blow apart.

DON'T BUY MICRON.

Anyway, someone got any used, beat-up can that's still functional. Don't really care what brand, as long as it's cheap and flows decent. Maybe someone has a Micron sleeve taking up space in the garage. Maybe someones race spare that they can spare for cheap. Please help!
Get a Hindle. Even new they're pretty cheap and they sound great. IMO
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Hindle is not cheap anymore. They have raised their prices a lot lately. Yosh is one of the cheapest now.

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Hindle is not cheap anymore. They have raised their prices a lot lately. Yosh is one of the cheapest now.
New to me. I got mine cheap and that was just a month ago. But ok.
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I've got a stock SV can you can have for a case of Miller Lite in bottles.

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Thanks for the offer, but all I need/want is an aftermarket can. Don't feel like rejetting for it either.

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DON'T BUY MICRON.
For what it's worth, I don't think your problem was with Micron. I've seen quite a few ti cans blow up.

It all goes back together the way it came apart...unless it came apart at redline!
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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-21-2005, 12:33 PM
 
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Hey I remember that can on the track. Almost hit it when passing someone.
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2Bros pipe

19 1/2 over all
Inlet 2inches round
carbon Fiber
round canister
tip outlet slith tilt downward (High Pipe Mount)
2 clips Spring mounting straps

Could also deliver to Autobauhn in person as I live 5 minutes away from there.
If going this weekend?

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OK, I take back what I said about Micron. Called up Micron sales just to see how much a replacement sleeve would be, guy said he would look into getting me a slightly used racer can that they may have around the warehouse. I didn't ask for anything special and just in passing let him know the Ti can I had failed. I also let him know that I wasn't looking for warranty replacement or anything just a price on a sleeve so I can put my bike back on the track. Great customer service! Now lets see if I get a call back and things still look good when I'm ready to spend money with then again.

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