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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know exactly what is required to mount 100ci exhaust on a 92ci motor? I cant find any detail as to if the exhaust ports are different size/angle etc. if its just that the studs are closer together thats no big deal 5 mins with a mill.

Im wanting aftermarket exhaust on my 05 vegas 92ci and find tons of 100ci or 106 but minimal 92.

any input is greatly appreciated. I know rpw and hacker make some for the 92 and that may be where i got.

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The hole spacing on the exhaust flanges is different. You need the early model pipe flanges.

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So i could modify flanges? Or make new...

Angles and diameters etc are the same? Does this go for 100ci or 106 as well?
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The only difference in the 2008-up pipes us that they have bungs for O2 sensors... On the pre-2006 (and '05 hammer) the exhaust stud spacing is different. RPW uses split flanges, maybe you can get a set of the early-spaced split flanges. Call the girls at RPW sales or Ross.

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So i could modify flanges? Or make new...

Angles and diameters etc are the same? Does this go for 100ci or 106 as well?
Thx for the response!!
I just modify the flanges. 3 minutes with a die-grinder is all it takes. The holes just need to be elongated a couple of millemeters to get them to bolt up.

All Vic engines ever created can share pipes, just have to modify the header clamp and make the rear bracket work. Wide tire bikes use wide tire pipes that have extra side clearance, but otherwise you can make anything work with cutting tools and a welder.

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I just modify the flanges. 3 minutes with a die-grinder is all it takes. The holes just need to be elongated a couple of millemeters to get them to bolt up.

All Vic engines ever created can share pipes, just have to modify the header clamp and make the rear bracket work. Wide tire bikes use wide tire pipes that have extra side clearance, but otherwise you can make anything work with cutting tools and a welder.
awesome! thats what i figured. thanks alot

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