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The Virago has been an ongoing project in the shop for nearly a year now. We have it mostly back together. Once we hear the engine fire it was time to put an exhaust on it. The original style of the bike is cruiser and the exhaust was fittin of a cruiser. However with a more aggressive street fighter image we wanted to do a modern 2 into 1 setup. After digging through the rafters we came up with a super trap header and pipe off a sportster.
In order to keep the over all length down to an acceptable distance we had to join the rear pipe at the muffler. A quick blow through with the plasma cutter.
Getting it all im place for a clean mock up prior to tacking it in place
After welding on the pipe and the new bracket we decided to it would look better with some header wrap. There are two important items needed when wrapping a pipe. 1. bucket of warm water to soak the wrap in 2. big fat friend to hold the counter weight of the stretch
Chris and Phil jumped and and put it all back together.
I am pleased with the way it came out however I will admit it doesn't run for shit now! It is back to adjusting the Carb.