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So I have a CB350 parts bike. I've recently pulled the exhaust pipes and cleaned them up. I plan on removing the pipes off my CL350 and replacing them with the double CB pipes. My question is this: I've found some mufflers on ebay and it says they are compatible with CB350. Is there anything I should know with regards to changing my pipes? I think I've read somewhere that any time you make changes to your exhaust system, you may need to make other changes to your engine. Here's a link to the mufflers I found on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/e...0267272157&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK:MEWAX:IT If anyone knows of other mufflers I could use, I would appreciate some links to check them out. Thanks in advance.
 

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Those are, as usual, just Emgo mufflers, which you can find for about $50 each in other places.
They look like the Dunstalls, which are very loud. their RoadHawk models are quite a bit more quiet.
On a 350, they may indeed need jetting changes.....
 

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Can anyone give me the name (or link) to some aftermarket mufflers I could buy that wouldn't require re-jetting my carbs?
 

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tbus227 said:
Can anyone tell how how determine the changes in jetting for different carbs? Or is it a trial and error thing? Here are some more mufflers I found that I like:

http://www.superiormcsupply.com/mc-1170-.html
There's no way to predict, has to be determined empirically.
"Read" your spark plugs, they'll show you the way.......
 
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