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SC Project CRT - DB Killer

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  1. JP75DUC

    JP75DUC New Member

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    Hi guys,

    Does anybody using the SC CRT exhaust had the need to buy a DB Killer? I love the exhaust ... my neighbours don´t :) i might have the need to make something about this.

    Anyone bought a DB killer or endeavour a DIY?

    Thanks
     
  2. Max Kool

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    Quote from website: "Racing version, not for road use. CR-T is a "Race Replica" silencer, coming directly from the MotoGP, so there is not the possibility to have db-killer inside the CR-T silencer."

    Bummer
     
  3. Airsafari87

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    I have a homemade DB killer that you are more than welcome to have.

    I never fitted it to my CR-T as I liked it just the way it was. I only have it incase the cops pulled me and I needed to take the bike to be inspected.
     
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    JP75DUC New Member

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    Did you ever used yours? any pics?
     
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    Never. I am happy with the volume as it is.
    It's only there incase I get called in for an inspection. It fits inside of the can with 3 grub screws.
    I don't have any photos of it but I will take a few of it fitted and unfitted for you tonight if I get the opportunity
     
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    Thanks mate!
     
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    Sorry I never got chance to take any photos inside the can tonight.

    Here's a couple off the bike though.
    Length is approx 8" I would say, and the outer flange is a shade smaller than the internal diameter of can exit.
     

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    Very nice job!
     
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    I´m kind of worried buying something like that cause i´ve read somewhere that SC says that the exhaust would get destroyed ?!?
     
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    Stuff your old w@nk sock inside the can instead then?

    In what way could something like that damage the exhaust??
     
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    Added heat?
     
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    You will destroy it. The walls on the crt is already to thin and with a dbkiller it will create more pressure. Boom.
     
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