Honda innova exhaust

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Honda innova exhaust

Post by mteck-racing » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:12 pm

Hi all.
This year I want to extend my rage of header pipes that I make for the c90.

I was looking into making one for the Honda innova 125.
so what i am after is a donor bike to use so I can design and test one on.
ideally someone that can leave there bike at my workshop for a few days that is near Lincoln (ln5)
Or someone that has a innova. That can send me the std exhaust for me to copy and then try the header on to test fit?
There will be a free header pipe in it for you to use or sell on.

Also if you guys have any ideas on some more 4 stroke singles I could make header pipes or full exhaust for let me know?

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Re: Honda innova exhaust

Post by digger06 » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:21 pm

i recon if you made the xl 250/400 range (twin headers though) in stainless at a decent price, they would sell,


Re: Honda innova exhaust

Post by Jon » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:34 pm

My 2010 Innova 125i's header pipe looks well scabby...If mine's anything to go by I reckon a stainless one would go down a treat especially if you could cut off the expensive cat equipped silencer so the original silencer could be re-used

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Re: Honda innova exhaust

Post by spikeyboy60 » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:15 pm

I'll agree on that....the silencer on my '09 loooks mint but the front pipe it scabby :x :x :x :x :x :x
Full system is only £50 ish but it's annoying to have to replace the lot for the sake of a scabby front pipe

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Re: Honda innova exhaust

Post by mark1982 » Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:27 am

What about a Yamaha t80 would love a better pipe for mine?

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