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Author Topic: Cocktail shaker muffler  (Read 1443 times)

1Blackwolf1

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Re: Cocktail shaker muffler
« Reply #15 on: February 28, 2011, 09:32:03 PM »
  Purchased hers' from Texas Thumpers.  Straight cocktail shaker 1 3/4" inlet with P clamp mount.  Don't have a picture of it on this computer.  Cost me $57 dollars delivered.  Not loud at all just very throaty.  Sounds like my old BSA Victor.  Definitely shouldn't wake the neighbors.  I'll try to get a picture of it if you need one.
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Ducati Scotty

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Re: Cocktail shaker muffler
« Reply #16 on: February 28, 2011, 09:55:34 PM »
That's what I want, throaty but not too loud :)  I think at that price it's probably the Emgo that I've posted.  A pic would be great but you could also just look at a couple of things to confirm:

About 19" long total?  The mounting, is there a bolt sticking out of the muffler that just bolts to the mounting strap?  Is there another bolt closer to the end on the inside for removing the baffle? 

If you answer yes to all those questions then that's probably the Emgo.  It's nice and certainly worth the money but that MC looks a bit nicer and probably easier to modify since you can pull the whole tip.

I'm going to take some measurements, maybe do some photoshops, etc. , see which one might fit better.

Scott

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Re: Cocktail shaker muffler
« Reply #17 on: March 01, 2011, 06:44:37 AM »
  Length is about that 18 1/2" although it has no bolts to the muffler body.  It came with a P type hanger clamp that you can adjust to fit basically anywhere along the length of the body.  Rear bell comes off so you can adjust the baffle disks to suit your taste in loudness or remove them totally.  I believe it is a true Brit muffler..I was trying to find the receipt for it but it was two years ago that I installed it.  Let me see if I can find the part number on the site for you.

  Will.
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Ducati Scotty

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Re: Cocktail shaker muffler
« Reply #18 on: March 01, 2011, 09:48:28 AM »
Yeah, that's not the Emgo.  Thanks for trying to find the part number.

Scott