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dirkwright
01-22-2008, 06:20 PM
Hello, I have a 2002 Ducati 900 Supersport and I'm interested in a Supertrapp exhaust for it. I realize that I have to go with a universal model, but wonder about sizing them. The oem arrangment is two mufflers. The engine is a 900cc twin. I'm going to have to take it to a muffler shop to get some tubing bent, I know that, but would appreciate any advice anyone has to offer. Thanks.

bschultz
01-23-2008, 07:35 AM
Hello, I have a 2002 Ducati 900 Supersport and I'm interested in a Supertrapp exhaust for it. I realize that I have to go with a universal model, but wonder about sizing them. The oem arrangment is two mufflers. The engine is a 900cc twin. I'm going to have to take it to a muffler shop to get some tubing bent, I know that, but would appreciate any advice anyone has to offer. Thanks.

When selecting a Universal muffler it pretty much comes down to your style preference with a couple of things to keep in mind. Inlet diameter should be at least the size of the pipe you will be fitting it to (do not use a reducing adaptor). The larger the muffler body (diameter & length) the more sound deadening capabilitity. Take a look at the SuperLite Stainless, Megaphone and S/C Series.
Our Universals are very popular with the European and Asian bikers. Check out their websites and publications for some interesting ideas.

dirkwright
01-23-2008, 11:14 AM
When selecting a Universal muffler it pretty much comes down to your style preference with a couple of things to keep in mind. Inlet diameter should be at least the size of the pipe you will be fitting it to (do not use a reducing adaptor). The larger the muffler body (diameter & length) the more sound deadening capabilitity. Take a look at the SuperLite Stainless, Megaphone and S/C Series.
Our Universals are very popular with the European and Asian bikers. Check out their websites and publications for some interesting ideas.

Thanks. I like the megaphone series. I cannot find information on your website about how to mount these on the bike. Do you use a strap? If so, how does that work on a megaphone? I would think it would slip off. The oem arrangement has a threaded insert in the muffler where it attaches to a bracket.

Can you suggest some European or Asian web sites that feature your mufflers? thanks.

bschultz
01-24-2008, 04:03 PM
The Stainless Steel Megaphones come with a 2 pc tri-bracket which can be bent and welded to the muffler body for a custom fit (same type of bracket used on specific applications).
http://www.walz-hardcore-cycles.com/englisch/index.html
http://www.motorcycleasia.net/pages/links.php

dirkwright
02-10-2008, 06:13 PM
The Stainless Steel Megaphones come with a 2 pc tri-bracket which can be bent and welded to the muffler body for a custom fit (same type of bracket used on specific applications).
http://www.walz-hardcore-cycles.com/englisch/index.html
http://www.motorcycleasia.net/pages/links.php

Thanks. I looked at those sites. I think I'm interested in the Superlight Stainless if it's really lighter than the others. First I have to find out if there's a custom exhaust shop near me who will work on motorcycles in stainless steel.

dirkwright
02-20-2008, 04:23 PM
Is there a listing for the various weights of your universal mufflers? I'm interested in a Superlight Stainless, but don't know if that's actually the lightest of the universal mufflers. This is for the steet by the way, not for racing.

bschultz
02-20-2008, 04:30 PM
You can email us with specific P/N's and we can provide weights.