Twin stack exhaust to single stack

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Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by ilesmay » Wed Aug 10, 2016 9:06 am

First post so go easy on me.

I've currently got a twin stack exhaust on my nc35 and wanted to change it over to a single. When looking at the images on Tyga and also from just looking at the bike it seems there is a bit of the exhaust that will join the system to the singular silencer, however having the twin stack they both stay seperate.

Is this part included if I just buy the silencer? or do I need to go with the full system? Also will any jetting need to be done if i just change the silencer? (looking at getting a maggot)

Cheers

Sorry for any typos or grammar, doing this off the phone.

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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by CMSMJ1 » Wed Aug 10, 2016 10:24 am

Welcome.

I tell you what :) Maggots might be a nice idea...ut I;ve not known anyone that ever kept them for any length of time as they are just too loud.

Ref the pipework, dunno.. have oyu asked Gav at Jap4? Or PM'd the Tyga guys on here?
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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by alexwitham » Wed Aug 10, 2016 10:44 am

I have only ever had the single exit Tyga exhaust but I know you can easily convert from twin to single by purchasing (I believe) 1 section of pipe and the single exhaust. Check the Tyga website where you can buy the parts required,
Or speak to Gavin at Jap4 performance

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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by ilesmay » Thu Aug 11, 2016 1:04 am

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Couldnt find the part on Tyga unless i buy i full system. (Part in red square above)

Images might be a bit small but hopefully they do the trick.

How would i go about contacting Gav at Jap4? From Australia.

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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by CMSMJ1 » Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:43 pm

contact member Tyga Paul on here...
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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by ligurt » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:54 pm

ilesmay wrote:
Wed Aug 10, 2016 9:06 am
First post so go easy on me.

I've currently got a twin stack exhaust on my nc35 and wanted to change it over to a single. When looking at the images on Tyga and also from just looking at the bike it seems there is a bit of the exhaust that will join the system to the singular silencer, however having the twin stack they both stay seperate.

Is this part included if I just buy the silencer? or do I need to go with the full system? Also will any jetting need to be done if i just change the silencer? (looking at getting a maggot)

Cheers

Sorry for any typos or grammar, doing this off the phone.
Should be interested in buying the twin stack mufflers if still available. If yes, please PM me

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Re: Twin stack exhaust to single stack

Post by ligurt » Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:38 pm

CMSMJ1 wrote:
Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:43 pm
contact member Tyga Paul on here...
Tyga Paul or Tyga Dave? Infact I didn't find any Tyga Paul.
Pietro


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