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post #1 of 6 Old 12-28-2014, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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Hi I wonder if someone managed to manufacture some accessories to reposition the exhaust leaving this in a horizontal position, or if anyone has any ideas, I have seen a street with a horizontal chrome muffler in a youtube video, thanks

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Hi I wonder if someone managed to manufacture some accessories to reposition the exhaust leaving this in a horizontal position, or if anyone has any ideas, I have seen a street with a horizontal chrome muffler in a youtube video, thanks
Not quite sure what your question really is.




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You are just looking for an exhaust that runs horizontal to the ground?
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Not quite sure what your question really is.
[quote=Yusef;88034]I want to know if anyone knows if there is possibility of placing the muffler, so that it is horizontal as in most models harley?
or if you see any attachment to reposition the original silencer so that it is parallel to the ground?

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try loosening the mounting bracket and pushing it down level , if you can do it by hand then make a new metal mounting bracket to keep it in position.
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You could have a small section of exhaust pipe bent (like an elbow) to make the muffler parallel to the ground. You will have to modify the bracket that holds the muffler.
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