Dual exit Honda Phantom exhaust?

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  1. Tubber

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    Has anybody seen an exhaust for a Honda Phantom like the one in the picture below? Or any other non-standard exhaust with more than one end can? Looking for something different as the old exhaust is on its last legs.

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    Hey Tubber, I have seen a few dual exhausts on phantom's but everyone was just for show, the exhaust gas was only travelling through 1 pipe. Cosmetic value only.

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    No worries Colin, thanks for the info, at least they were/are available somewhere. I will keep looking around.
     
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    That's what I am after, KenYam. Just need to find where they get them?
     
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    Most decent muffler shops can custom make pipes.

    How about something like this for your Phantom?

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    WOOT!
     
  6. Tubber

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    Thanks Colin, will do.
     
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    Why not????
     
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    FFS Tony, where did you see that?
     
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    That beastie was at the Bangsaen Bike Week a few years ago. C'mon! Throw some of those on your Phantom! You know you want to!!! :take-that:

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    ??? Don't really know what to say to that? Looks like it has been shunted up the **** by a bus. Don't know about a Phantom but that front end might add something to the XJR. They are USD after all. Haven't them guys heard of flex? What happens when you brake or hit a corner? Does look well built, the front end looks clean, no cables or wires showing. If the pipes were normal slash cuts, the bars flat and the rake reduced by a considerable amount it might not look too bad. The engine looks rather small too.
     
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    Cheers Colin that looks just the job. In Doha for the next couple of months but I will follow up when I get back. Thanks for taking the time.
     

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