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Exhaust system like this for 1990s SS/CR ??

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Without going full-on one off/custom, are there exhaust systems to fit the 1990s 900 SS/CR models that look like the ones in the images attached to this opening post?

What I mean by "look like" is the high-swept dual side-pipe/mufflers (I call them "stingers") that are both on the same side of the motorcycle. I have no preference over which side they're on. I don't need Titanium, stainless is fine. The system doesn't even need to include the mufflers or slip-ons, that portion of the system can be left up to my choice ... in fact that would even be preferable (slip-ons not being included) but not a deal killer. But I'd prefer it if the upswept same side system did not include mufflers/stingers/slip-ons (pick you verbage). That way I'm not paying for something I may not like.

Images .... examples of what the basic idea is that I'd like to have;

*** Images #9 is my favorite example on this post, however see note below.

This is Post #1 of 2. I ran out of total per-post allowed images ... post #2 has the final few examples. The main idea is to have the stingers being horizontally aligned with the surface of the road. The system must fit the 1996 900SS/CR frame, although if some minor frame welding/modifications are needed that might be ok as well ... as long as those modifications don't involve too much chop/cut stuff on the frame.
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(Post # 2 of 2)


Continuing from the opening post of this thread:

*** Image #1 is the other favorite design.

*** Image #2 and #3 are alternatives to the high-pipe design. But I really prefer the high-pipe setup.

Between Image #1 on this post, and Image #9 in the first post, those are the two I like best.

STINGERS: I'd really like to "have it all" ... meaning I would like to mate up the same-side dual high pipe exhaust system with the GPR INOX slip-ons.

*** Image #4, #5, #6 = GPR INOX stainless slip on stingers. I already have those (Image #6).

SUMMARY: Upswept exhaust system (Image #9 in the first post and Image #1 in this post) with the GPR INOX stainless slip ons (Images #4, #5, #6 in this post). Fitted to a 1996 900CR.



Any ideas on how to get there without going fully blown custom one-off? If I could just buy the exhaust system itself, things like mounting brackets, and perhaps minor frame modifications like a few welded on tabs or the like I can DIY on my own. Again, no Titanium, stainless is fine.

I'm just researching this for now ... it isn't a must-have at the moment. It all depends on how much it might cost, etc ....



Thanks.
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Iíve never seen anything like that on a carby that wasnít completely hand built. If you canít do the fabrication yourself itís going to be expensive.

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Re. Exhaust system like this for 1990s SS/CR ??

I believe it was ARC Fabrication that used to make the twin right side shotgun exhaust Rex. I heard they went out of business years ago though.

Forum member Greggkirby has a set of those twin shotguns on his '92 900SS. They look absolutely cool as all hell! Might wanna PM him and ask where he got them.
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I believe it was ARC Fabrication that used to make the twin right side shotgun exhaust Rex. I heard they went out of business years ago though.

Forum member Greggkirby has a set of those twin shotguns on his '92 900SS. They look absolutely cool as all hell! Might wanna PM him and ask where he got them.
Check out the '92 900 SS under the Custom Bike section of Desmo Times Home Page for more details on the SS.

It's a cool build. Unfortunately, the exhaust was a one off. LT at Desmo Times might be able to provide more details, though.
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