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New Midnight Warrior owner and I am looking to get a little bump in power through a fuel computer and new exhaust combination. Anyone heard of Morton Executioner pipes? (pic of pipes included) They look great but not sure of anything else about them. Does everything have to be done at the same time (pipes, computer, BAK) or can I go in stages? Is any of this stuff possible for a newbie to do? Ok I guess that's enough, I am not only a Warrior new guy but obviously new to any kind of forum.
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You can do all of it if you have some basic mechanical skill and patience. Someone had a set of those pipes in the classifieds here for a very good price...see if they are still available.

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Welcome! I've always liked the looks of those as well. I'm suprised that more guys on here do not have them. I don't know anythng about them either so I'm glad you asked the question.
 

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Thanks parabellum, I don't see them in the classifieds but maybe ebay is worth a look? This site is perfect...just ask a question and someone who knows more answers it!
 

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Those are killer looking pipes but they might be more power robbing then producing, most of the 2 down shorties loose some power but look/sound great, You dont need a PC3 to change the pipes or for the BAK, I ran bigshots for 4 months b-4 the BAK, then all you need to do is bump up the ECU - very simple and we can give you the links to all the threads on the varios subjects or use the serch feature for some real good reading. Wecome to the best darn 4um on the WWW
 

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quote:Originally posted by cdells

Should this kind of stuff go in a more tech oriented forum?


Maybe, but then some one would say 'do a search'. I believe - give the new members a break. This is a family.

Oh yes! Welcome and enjoy the Warrior and the 4M.
 

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If you want the MOST power go with the V&H propipe as the Executioner's may rob you of power. I like the looks of them but they blow up a lot of dust off the streets. This will result in a constantly dirty bike. I recommend doing the big 3 all at once, especially the PCIII and BAK together.
 

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i have executioners and everyone says that they blow dust, but....since no one can keep up, they get over it quickly (sorry, i had to say that). make sure that you get the torque cones, with the exectioners, they are NOT AN OPTION. they torque cones keep the pipes properly centered in the port, you also want to get mortons gaskets. i love the look, and the sound. my bike has the stage 4 kit with the stage 4 ecu, and runs great, one warning, you will find that you get worse fuel mileage because the pipes sound so freaking good you will drive around like a maniac just to hear them.

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I was the one who had the Mortons for sale. I would have kept them if they had full coverage heat shields. They get hotter than a MoFo.
I also wanted to put baffles in them to bring back some of the back pressure. I wish I new that was a good price I would have asked for more for them[/emoticons/emotion-2.gif][/emoticons/emotion-2.gif].
I like the Samsons better but that is just my opinion!
 

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Is the clearance on the right turn a problem? It looks like you can't get in to the RH turn much at all.

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They look great.
 

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i have an 06 warrior with executioners & a patrick BAK. I'm looking for a good map for my DynoJet Power Commander III. Anyone have a good one?

Also, my exhaust seems to backfire sometimes when shifting out of 1st, 2nd, & sometimes 3rd. Any ideas on what is causing this?
 

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I run the Executioners also. I have the Ivan's flashed ECU and the PCV map he provided with no popping or backfiring. You can install Thunder Monster baffles in the pipes to get your power back if need be. I cut the torque cones down some to make the opening larger but left enough lip there to center the pipes so not to restrict exhaust flow, because i run mine open, no baffles, just because they sound better. I also have motor work done so my bike still will outrun most bikes i come across even with the straight pipes. I also shortened mine so they would not scrape on right hand turns. And i bought the heat shields to keep the heat off of my leg. The Executioners are great pipes, but they need tweeking to make them perfect, such as the exhaust flanges, the ones that come with the pipes are terrible. I had some made to fit the Warrior way better. Shortening the pipes is a little more effort to get that done. Not to bad if you are going to have them painted or coated, but if you want them chrome like mine, the welds have to be good not to show.
 

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I run the Executioners also. I have the Ivan's flashed ECU and the PCV map he provided with no popping or backfiring. You can install Thunder Monster baffles in the pipes to get your power back if need be. I cut the torque cones down some to make the opening larger but left enough lip there to center the pipes so not to restrict exhaust flow, because i run mine open, no baffles, just because they sound better. I also have motor work done so my bike still will outrun most bikes i come across even with the straight pipes. I also shortened mine so they would not scrape on right hand turns. And i bought the heat shields to keep the heat off of my leg. The Executioners are great pipes, but they need tweeking to make them perfect, such as the exhaust flanges, the ones that come with the pipes are terrible. I had some made to fit the Warrior way better. Shortening the pipes is a little more effort to get that done. Not to bad if you are going to have them painted or coated, but if you want them chrome like mine, the welds have to be good not to show.
I'm actually getting a leak out of my front pipe flange, and these flanges to suck. What kind of shop did you take your bike to, to have the flange made? I assume it was a 2 piece since they can't slide off the rear of the pipes right?
 

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I'm actually getting a leak out of my front pipe flange, and these flanges to suck. What kind of shop did you take your bike to, to have the flange made? I assume it was a 2 piece since they can't slide off the rear of the pipes right?
I removed the rear exhaust flange off of the stock exhaust and took it to a machinist who used a waterjet machine to cut them out. I am sure someone with a CNC machine could do the same thing. I could make a drawing on a piece of paper of the flanges i had made and you could use that to have your own made if you want. Send me your address and i can mail it to you.
 
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