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I am getting ready to install a SP2 swingarm on my SP1. Will I be able to still use my SP1 Exhaust (stock header with Moriwaki high slipons)?

Down the road, I plan on going to a 2-1. Should I get the SP1 or SP2 exhaust?
 

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Since the differences in SP1 and SP2 exhausts are because of the swingarm, I'd say NO.
If you have an SP2 swingarm, you'll need an exhaust for an SP2.
 

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I would test it out first. While you have the swingarm on and befor you put the shock in, throw the exhaust back on and check to see if it clears.

I think it would fit, the Jardine 2-1 is designed (as far as I know) as a SP1 system, but people run it on SP2's. I might just be an issue of which brand slip ons you have. The worst that could happen is that you know for sure that it won't fit.
 

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I had an SP2 swingarm fitted to my SP1 three years ago and the exhaust fitted perfectly. I cant really see that you will have a problem.
 

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I think the SP1 exhaust is wider due to the width/shape of the swingarm whereas the SP2 is Narrower so you should clear SP1 exhaust with no problem. But I may be way off base.
 

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Thanks, you guys rock. First concern over. Now I need to get a set of 2-1 headers for my project.
 

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A fren of mine using SP2 singarm with SP1 exhaust on his SP1...so no problem with it....
 

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i can help with this

I can do you a jardine or a larger piped Black dragon either with custom muffler:rockon
Thanks, I am looking to build an undertail exhaust similar to Thorsten's (of course mine will not look nearly as good).
 
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