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post #1 of 5 Old 01-14-2020, 02:14 AM Thread Starter
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Cuting down a Jardine rt-one

Hi guys , i searched but coulsnt find alot of info. I'm wanting to shorten my stainless Jardine rt1 about 2 inches on my 04 1000, for sound and definitely the look . Has anyone here opend one up? or better yet shortend one?? If so any info would be appreciated
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Is your exhaust the single exit muffler or the "pig nose" dual exit muffler? If it is the single exit then I have done it on my 600RR. Let me know and I can give you some advice.

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It's the dual outlet so I'm guessing a bit Hardee then the single. But I'd appreciate a bit of insite in to how you went about doing yours.
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Is your exhaust the single exit muffler or the "pig nose" dual exit muffler? If it is the single exit then I have done it on my 600RR. Let me know and I can give you some advice.
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Okay hopefully they are similar. The hardest part is separating the exterior can from the endcaps. They are riveted on and glued really good. Once you get the endcaps off you will have to see how the interior baffle is set up. You will likely only be able to cut it down from one end due to it being tapered at the other. Once you determine the length you need and cut the baffle and can accordingly then its just an easy job of rivets and sealant to button it all back up.

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