Black widow Exhaust (Sandy Bike)

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Black widow Exhaust (Sandy Bike)

Post by Miles » Sat Sep 12, 2015 6:04 pm

Hello folks,

Bought a black widow exhaust system to replace the old system.

Problem is when I offer this system up it doesn't line up. In fact if you put pipe 1 into the head, pipe 4 is out by about an inch and and half!

I read people had to 'bend' these pipes to make them fit but surely not by that amount.

Any advice?

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Re: Black widow Exhaust (Sandy Bike)

Post by 400y » Sat Sep 12, 2015 11:17 pm

Put one on my H model and fitted perfect

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Re: Black widow Exhaust (Sandy Bike)

Post by Miles » Sat Sep 12, 2015 11:24 pm

Maybe I've just got a bad one. But if you put pipe 1 in by the time you get to four then you would have to pull the pipe over an inch to get it into the head.

In my opinion too much. Maybe this is normal?

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Re: Black widow Exhaust (Sandy Bike)

Post by Dominik » Tue Nov 03, 2015 1:18 pm

Seems to be normal that they´re a little too far out each other...

Can you please tell me if the downpipes have somehow baffles or things in the "link pipe" or if it´s only pipe and nothing else? I mean such things which the oem ones have...
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