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Old 11-03-2012, 11:52 PM
Hoghead Hoghead is offline
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Default High exhaust

Anyone done a high exhaust?

I see that JDRocks left his in the standard underslung position and it obviously works just fine for my gravel runner application but I cannot but help thinking that a high one would looks so cool and maybe allow a centre stand.

I already have a PC-V and Autotune so remapping is not an issue. I have a few ideas, but before I go and re-invent the wheel has anyone done it and can offer some pics and ideas on how to do it better next time
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:32 PM
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Hit "Search" and look for a Versys powered KLR650 - he did a cool high pipe....

My KLR trip to Alaska, YT, NWT and BC in summer 2009

My Versys trip to D2D 2013, and Alaska, June '13

My Versys trip to D2D 2015, and Inuvik, June '15
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:44 AM
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Is that the guy in Victoria?
If so I did not see a good pic of the pipe routing, and it is in a KLR frame
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Old 11-05-2012, 02:48 AM
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Dr AT: "Ron (the owner) did all the modifications and I didn't really quiz him much on it. Everything is custom built and he's usually only interested in doing once of specials rather than churing out more of the same. Suffice to say the forks are out of a husky enduro bike, the shock has been built by joining an MX shock body to the standard shaft, about 20 Kg of "junk" has been removed, and I can't keep up with him down hills (I'm riding a 640 adv)."

Versys engine in KLR650:

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