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Ok so that didn't work. Turns out my dad's bike which is an 85 has different mufflers and the pipes come out of the collector at a weird angle which is then corrected by the opposite weird angle in the mufflers to make them straight. Also, the stub of pipe is somewhere between 1-1/4 and 1-1/2 so the supplied reducer shims wouldn't work and we had to make one out of beer cans. Looks like fucking shit. Sounded amazing tho, and we only put one on, the other side still had stock muffler. 

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On 8/3/2017 at 11:43 AM, Tpoppa said:

It's the type that has the plugs on short leads, rather than attached to the body.  It's a bit more flexible for different applications.  This type:

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Can you shoot me pics of the plugs on this and maybe get a measurement between the mounting holes?

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