The muffler is a Cherry Bomb Turbo muffler model 87701. 2" In/Out offset on both ends. It weighs 7 lb. It is 100% Mechanically locked aluminized steel. I had to cut about 3/8" off the inlet, and 1.5" off the outlet.
To mate the muffler to the stock header flange, I used an Auto Zone part number 17508 adapter that has adapts 2" ID to 1 13/16" OD. I had to file the inside of the 1 13/16" end mainly in the areas the pipe was seamed together. Once I got it filed right, the 1 13/16" end was a perfect fit to the stock header flange. The 2" end fit right over the muffler inlet no problem.
I used a 1 5/8" and a 2" exhaust clamp, no problems with those, they were a great fit. I also got some cheap exhaust hanger strap to hold it in place. I knew it was temporary so no big deal. I am either going to find some chrome strap with no holes or get my buddy at the muffler shop to weld on a couple of hangers and get rid of the strap all together.
I had bought a 2 1/4" turnout chrome tip to put on the end. I was going to cut it down and use the end piece, but the tip was the wrong size and wouldn't fit on the muffler. I dug out some aluminum tubing I used for a twin turbo project, eyeballed the angle and curve of the swingarm, and cut a tip out of an aluminum bend. I wanted the tip to pretty much follow the curve in the swingarm to make it look as good as I could.
My goal was to make it look like it came on the bike. I thought about using one of the "fart can" mufflers like a lot of the import guys use which would actually look really similar to the custom cans they are selling for bikes. I really didn't want to pay as much for one of those mufflers as what they cost though. I ended up spending about $50 and few hours time getting it all together. I want to get some stainless v-band style exhaust clamps to replace the cheap ones I used, and get rid of the cheap strap holding it up, but it sounds as good if not better than I had hoped. Excellent tone, not too loud, and didn't cost me $300-400.
More pics of the whole bike.
Gratuitous shots of my tank protector and front driving lights.