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Old 7th May 2010, 13:30   #1
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Found this on youtube. I wonder how effective they are, compared to traditional ones coz i see some layouts with sharp angles.





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Better known as equal length headers. Usually better than unequal length headers.

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Better known as equal length headers. Usually better than unequal length headers.
No, im talking about the way they are making it. Coz i haven't seen those kind of mock up headers being used here.

But coming back to equal vs unequal. I remember seeing a design where one pipe was shorter than the other, but they had different pipe diameters. Not sure where i saw it. Does any ducati bike use this?

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its pretty neat.

This is a very common problem faced by custom car builders. The usual practice is the take the chassis, engine and other basic components to the exhaust manufacturer.

The exhaust is made there, and then the other components are fitted around it.

This is a pretty good solution.

But, if you make our car on CAD first, then the exhaust can be incorporated there itself without the expense of such solutions
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A new way to bend pipes ?

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