Jodo exhaust

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    not too loud..:roflmao:
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    Bahahahajaja not too load
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    Don't listen to em. It's loud as fuck especially under full noise! I love it, you may not. But in saying that you can get baffles from ebay to quiten them down if you want. Otherwise, ear plugs for the longer trips!

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    Thnx for the info, orderd one yesterday. Had him made removable baffles.

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    I tried to get a set of dump pipes for my M90 from Judo and was told he only did them for M109. Would require a bit of fiddling to get them to fit the M90.
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    That's strange he said to me IT would be no problem. And made several dump Pipes for the m90.

    Maybe check again. I dont know how long ago you tried to order one. Maybe in the mean time hè started making them.



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    Are there any good aftermarket exhaust brands that I can use for a 2011 Suzuki Boulevard C50? Also, can I just use a slip on pipes? Or do I have purchase the full system and professionally get the bike tuned and all? Thanks in advance.
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    I managed to pick up a pair of genuine pipes for my C50 from the wreckers for $300. They have 2" mufflers compared to the the 1 1/2" ones that were standard. They sound a lot better, too and, if you need to convince the establishment that they are "legal" (I have no idea if they are, or not) at least you can point to them as say "They are genuine Suzuki parts, so they must be legal" nudge, nudge. I've also seen youtube vids of using a couple of hole saws to remove the baffles from a stock muffler which sounded good at the end, though I have yet to try that IRL. After market stuff for a C50 is almost as rare as hen's teeth so, best of luck with your search.
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    I did the povo mod before buying Jodo. It's a great in between sound, but it does sound very, blowy? I don't know how to describe it best. It definitely sounds like you're blowing air through a perforated pipe in between the exhaust sound.

    Another reason I changed is the stock exhaust is heeeaaavvvvyyy. Gets in the way if getting the rear tyre off as well. Jodo's exhaust is sexy af too.

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