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    Emgo 80-84030B Reverse Cone Muffler (Short) quick flip?

    Below is a link on amazon. I just wanted to know if anyone has used these? and if they will attach straight to the H-Box? i'm looking to just get rid of those Cones and switch to something like this. Just and easy change for the summer. Also what is the pipe size for headers and from H-Box on 1982 Honda cx500c?

    https://www.amazon.com/Emgo-80-84030...e+cone+muffler

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    I have that type on my build with the quick build hbox replacement. if you get them your will want to repack the baffle quickly. They do not have much in them for packing. I have attached a pic of mine after one week. You can get some new packing at most dealersName:  20160922_144026.jpg
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    Awesome thanks ,that is good to know. do you by chance have a picture of what they look like on the bike?

    and when you say a quick Hbox replacement what do you mean. did you delete the Hbox and just run those off the headers? or do they just slip onto the Hbox?

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    My hbox was rusted out so i got the replacement pipes from SpeedMotoCo and had them welded on. Here is a pic of them on the bike with the pipes.
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    1979 CX500c cafe
    1981 CB750 (basketcase)
    1987 GL1200 Aspencade
    1985 XV700 Needs new rings and top end rebuild

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    I see Emgo mufflers are still the same low quality today that they were when I tried them 30 years ago.
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    Haha Sidecar, What would you recommend on mufflers? I'm looking at Murry's mufflers extensions this winter when i do a full tear down of the bike but for now i'm looking to just add some better looking exhaust on my bike this summer. I just hate the look of cones.

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    my fave are cone engineering nice stuff awesome construction and durability and they sound GOOOOOOD

    oh they have other shapes lol

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    Thanks Murrayf, I like they have a referral place in Ohio too.

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    I use original Harley mufflers. People buy Harleys and have the dealership replace the mufflers before they take delivery so the dealerships and up with boxes of the originals that they can't sell as new and can't return so you can usually get them for $10-15 each.

    I should qualify my previous comment: I put the Emgos on in the summer and they were fusty before Xmas. Yes, I know they aren't intended for use on salted winter roads but Harley mufflers last me about 8-10 winters and my summer bike still has the same set I put on it 20 years ago.
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    I've seen those Harley mufflers before and i like the idea. I'm not sure if i'm capable of welding on a bracket to keep them on my bike though. Also Murrayf, for your up swept muffler set do you have to delete the rear pegs when installing a new muffler or are people still able to keep those. I like them being up swept but i don't want to loose the back pegs in case someone needs a ride.

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