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Just got this put on about a week ago. So far...love it. Delkevic DS-70.


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This is the new exhaust Ill be running. Its a Micron magnesium full exhaust that I pulled from a track bike I got a couple years back to use for parts. Gonna be running this cheap eBay muffler because...it was cheap.





This is what I was running. Its the stock exhaust chopped and welded as an underframe muffler type thing. It has an old Yoshi R&D muffler stubbied and welded directly to the header. I wrapped it with that "Titanium" wrap. Im replacing it because I felt it contributed to making the engine hard to tune and more importantly, it got scraped up pretty bad in the wreck. I was gonna sell it but I might keep it to use on a buggy or something since I still have the old engine with the bent shift shaft.


 

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There's a guy on my UK SV forum that has had one of these cheap Carbon Exhaust/Mufflers on for a lot of miles and raves about them.I think it cost about 35 beer tokens and didn't have to re-jet :icon_biggrin:
 

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Yep! $35, thats the one! Haha. Im already rejetted but I cant remember if I kept the rejetted carbs off the track bike engine or if I kept my original carbs that had a real funky tune for when I first built it and ran pod filters...that I then had to duct tape wrap part of each pod filter lol. So I might have to start from scratch with my carbs. Ive always been a fan of Chineebay performance parts. Why not? If it blows out Ill open it up and put proper packing in, but I damn sure couldnt build one this nice for cheaper!
 

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$50 Amazon special slip on, the sound is amazing, just crimped it on to the sawed off old exhaust. It sounds amazing and I run no baffle like an *******, but I absolutely love it. Throttle closed at all and I shoot flames all the way down the road. Carbs need a tune up but I'm enjoying the hell out of it!


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Are these cheap Chinese exhausts even working/ performing well? No melting carbon parts? Some of them look so bad/ cheap...
 

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Are these cheap Chinese exhausts even working/ performing well? No melting carbon parts? Some of them look so bad/ cheap...
Mine's been on over a year and only got a little discolouration on the top.Bargain for around £30.I did not have to change the fuel system in anyway and the bike performs superbly.


and here's a sound clip,

https://app.box.com/s/50v1t40uzq6mayvxq6edm7cavzd3nxk6

Not too loud with the baffle in.Just right for me :)
 

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Most of the sites listed for gen1 systems are out of date. I did consider a dual system on ebay but opted to take a calculated risk after studying pictures of the black widow gen3 no-cat race system.
The adaption is not quite finished but its looking good requiring only a few changes.
Here's some pics
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There is a thread like this for the second gen but not the first so i thought it made good sence to start one. Maybe this could be a sticky at the top like in the 03+ tech forum

I stole this bit from the 2nd gen thread...

Exhaust Types
There are two types of exhaust systems for your SV. You can purchase a slip-on exhaust (generally less expensive) or a full system exhaust (more expensive, but it nets a bit more power).

Slip-on Exhausts

• Less expensive
• Easy to install
• Reduced weight
• Doesn't require a remap*
• Requires modification to stock exhaust system

A slip-on is generally less expensive and easy to install. To install the exhaust, you will have to cut your mid-pipe (using a hacksaw, sawzall/reciprocating saw, angle grinder, plasma torch, jaws-of-life if you're nimble, you get the picture...). It's a very easy procedure to do and requires minimal tools. Slip-ons will give you a louder and deeper sound to your bike and a nice look, but rarely do they net a power increase, and if they do, you won't be able to tell. In general, a slip-on will not require you to remap your bike's fuel injection mapping. This modification is best suited for street riders.

Full System Exhaust

• More expensive
• Reduced Weight
• Generally nets a HP/Torque Increase
• Does not require modification of stock exhaust system
• Will most likely require a remap*

Full system exhausts replace not just the muffler, but also the the mid-pipe and exhaust headers. The result of this is far less exhaust system weight, a HP/Torque gain, and an open and deep exhaust tone. In general, full system exhausts will require a remap of the fuel injection mapping. A high flow air filter should also be installed. This modification is best suited for track day addicts and racers.

Various Exhaust Manufacturers
• Holeshot - Holeshot Performance Products, Inc.
• Devil - http://www.devilbikes.com/
• Yoshimura - http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/
• Two Brothers Racing - http://www.twobros.com/
• Leo Vince - http://www.leovinceusa.com/
• M4 - http://www.m4exhaust.com/
• Micron - Micron Exhaust | Latest Motoring News
• Scorpion - http://www.scorpion-exhausts.com/
• Blue Flame - http://www.blueflameperformance.com/
• Renegade - http://www.renegade-products.com/renegadeusa/
• Remus - http://www.remus.at/
• Vance & Hines - http://www.vanceandhines.com/
• Akrapovic - http://www.akrapovic-exhaust.com/
• Jardine - http://www.jardineproducts.com/
• Muzzy - http://www.muzzys.com/
• D&D - http://www.danddexhaust.com/
• Ixil - http://www.ixil.com/
• Hindle - http://www.hindle.com/
• Laser - http://www.laserexhausts.com/
• Supertrapp - http://www.supertrapp.com/
• Staintune - http://www.staintune.com.au/
• Art - (Website Not Available)


Now post up your first gen exhaust pics and maybe state what you exhaust is :)
 
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