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Yeah my OEM been broken too and I just welded it up. My SS exhaust cracks to but I just keep welding them up. Oem one was bending all over so that's why I went SS but was brand called slasher and pretty damn cheap 150 full exhaust. I go in deep water so hot then cold something will give at one time.
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
They are replacing under warranty, 3-4 weeks for the parts to come in. Guess il be replacing my ball joints in my CanAm Outy Max and give the ol Bumblebee a flogging for a month. Cheers


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The new one looks like it's better engineered! Might be because it's new.
I've got to wrap mine too.
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Benz Silent Rider
Before
[video=vimeo;138659592]https://vimeo.com/138659592[/video]
After - adaptor gasket a tiny bit leaky
[video=vimeo;138659698]https://vimeo.com/138659698[/video]
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Have you noticed any decrease in performance?
 

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Haven't road tested yet. Can't see it hurting performance as a meaty spark arrestor with tiny pipe came off and open silencer goes on with much larger pipe. Will let you know tomorrow how it goes. Cheers


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Just road tested. Night ride 2 riders 150kg in the tray stock tires. Absolutely no performance lost at all, goes great sounds much better. Feels and sounds like how it should have left the factory. Once again 88kph no limiter ran out of road. Sits on 70-75kph on dirt trail track cruising and loving the throttle. Cheers


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