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Post  trixta30 Wed Sep 09 2009, 15:12

i was the victim of a most hanious crime only last week, sum little ( or big) %$£*& stole my art can and link pipe while my little cat sat out in the cold of night. i awoke to find she made a nasty noise because sum1 had stolen her tail. having searched ebay for a replacement i find myself wondering if i can replace it with anyold can provinding the link pipe is for the cat. any hints, tips or measurements that may help me find the best exhaust would be much app. ty
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Post  0ldcat Wed Sep 09 2009, 15:36

Sorry to hear your 'tail' of woe too (second one this week).

Fleabay is probably gonna be your cheapest way of getting a replacement.
There are many makers you can look at so long as the end can was for a Cat in the first place (fixing points and all that) and as long as it has a cat link pipe with it.

If you go for new then tinterwebby is your friend. I had a BlueFlame (LINK) twin port on mine and it sounded sweet Wink
But there are many (scorpion, carbon endcans etc etc) out there for you to google.
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Post  trixta30 Wed Sep 09 2009, 15:51

i have been looking and fount that if i get a link pipe to match i can get any can as long as it is 54mm. if i then get a strap bracket as apposed to a genuine can with hooks ( bare with me im not at all technical) it should all fit together. do u know if theres anyway of binding the can (bar welding) to prevent the same hapning again? ps ty 4 advise, much app
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Post  0ldcat Wed Sep 09 2009, 16:04

Aside from securing the bike in a garage or hidden in the back garden with a Rotweiler attached or as you say welding the can in place I doubt there is much you can do to prevent the thieving scum from doing it again. Sadly wall Evil or Very Mad

You just have to hope they don't need a second Thundercat end can and link pipe. grumpy
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