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September 10, 2018 at 3:59 pm #9741AnonymousInactive
Hi Everyone, my RC exhaust is rotted through on rear mufflers on both sides, are there suitable replacements or is it a case of getting the originals re built, I dont really want to spoil the look by going to a 4 into one etc?
WindySeptember 12, 2018 at 9:45 pm #13196AnonymousInactive
Hi I bought some replica ones from London Exhaust technology BV in Holland, Wout had them make some from an origional he supplied them with
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They look good, how much were they, was it the full system or just the mufflers?
ianSeptember 16, 2018 at 3:16 pm #13200AnonymousInactive
I bought one full system for one bike and a pair of silencers for my other RC which i have a front section off a CB900F one
The complete system was euro 550 for the front section and euro 450 for the pair of silencersSeptember 16, 2018 at 4:01 pm #13201AnonymousInactive
In my opinion my bike with the CB900F front section is the better fit
The London exhaust front section comes as 4 pipes, 2 collectors and a separate balance pipe
Was ok at first by the clamping system is very poor, just brazed on tubes split with a saw and fitted with a 6mm bolt which do not work very well
My first modification was to have the outer pipes welded in to the collector and the balance pipe welded to one collecter, this eliminated the need for 3 clamps
I cut the remaining clamps off where the center pipes fit and bought some decent stainless steel clamps which helped no end
Even with this the pipes were still very close to the fairing, my solution was to remove the inner pipes and put a ratchet strap across the outer pipes and pull them in so the collecters were just touching the sump
I then offered the center pipes up and they looked too high when fitted in the collector they were about 8-10mm to high where they fit the exhaust port in the cylinder head
I then marked them and removed a 10mm long section from the pipes in the vertical run then had them welded back together
That was a big improvement
The other problem which is common to many aftermarket systems is the original Honda pipes have a nice wide flange for the exhaust gaskets to locate on, The London exhaust pipes are quite narrow where they fit against the gaskets and are loose in the head so they do not locate centrally and thus cause slight exhaust leaks which are annoyingSeptember 16, 2018 at 4:14 pm #13202AnonymousInactive
My solution to the poor fit of the pipes in the head was to have some adaptors made, these are a snug fit in the cylinder head with the gasket in place and also a snug fit in the exhaust pipe
I also find with many exhaust gaskets they do not fit down properly in the head which makes it difficult fitting the nuts to the exhaust flanges, as most gaskets are around 47-48mm diameter my solution was to use some 45mm diameter ones from a CB900 Honda Hornet which are 45mm diameter which fit flat in the exhaust port
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