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Old 08-18-2019, 12:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for aftermarket exhaust for the warrior. Trying to put this bike together on a budget and although the Graffeo pipe is amazing its just not possible now. Louder the better. Please send a PM with what you have to keep the thread from turning into a "I want it if he don't" thread.
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Old 08-20-2019, 02:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You should also search ebay as used exhausts always pop up there and check with the Facebook guys as well.

Cheap exhaust looks like Samson shorties that were wrapped.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2005-YAMAHA...QAAOSwSmJdVqiK

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2002-Yamaha...wAAOSwmcNdKXgZ
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Old 08-21-2019, 07:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Samson shorties will be pretty loud. I have a set of street sweepers and they are loud, but manageable with the baffles i have.

You might also consider a slip-on like the roadhouse if you can find one. I had one it it is loud and deep.

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Those prices for those 2 Exshaust are good deal...



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The bike currently has a cobra slip on I just don't care for rhe high pipe look. Ripsaws, street sweepers and jug huggers were always my favorite pipes on these bikes but a cut down pro pipe is growing on me as well. I have those ebay ads on my watch list and may pull the tfigger on the set that was pre iously wrapped.
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Just buy the Exshaust...
You wont regret it...

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On my first Warrior I had street sweepers and I would remove the tips and make them shorties. In my opinion they were the best sounding exhaust and "just" loud enough.

Also you could search for street sweeper tips or ground pounder tips and luck out like Sandytows did.
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On my first Warrior I had street sweepers and I would remove the tips and make them shorties. In my opinion they were the best sounding exhaust and "just" loud enough.

Also you could search for street sweeper tips or ground pounder tips and luck out like Sandytows did.
I sure did.
Looking at that first set of pipes. I can't believe someone wrap the set with the heat shields. Why bother? Also not certain on what brand they are. They look like Samson but I don't think the mounting is right. II said I most definitely Samson but they don't have the mounting bracket either. Not that you can't get around that as I have made my own.

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Are you the seller Desertboy?
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No not the seller..

Just say that for the price
You cant beat it ..
And the look good on the warrior and sound good.


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