Freestyle Picked up a new to me blaster

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If anyone could chime in that would be awesome. I want to get this blaster up and running as soon as I can.

Thanks all!

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Spyder

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That looks like pipe for a Kawasaki 650 or 750. You could probably make it work but it definitely won’t line up with the stock waterbox.
 
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Thanks guys! I'm trading it for a blaster mod pipe, as long as the guy doesn't back out. Otherwise I'll make it work because I am using a waveraider waterbox in the rear anyways.

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So does anyone think I will gain more with the actual blaster pipe? Or is making this work an ok bet?

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blasterdude

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I have not seen the Kawasaki 750 mod chamber in person, but from the photos it looks smaller than the blaster mod pipe for sure.
 
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It most definitely is smaller. I was wondering if would still allow the gases to expand and 'clean' out the cylinder the same way the standard mod pipe does. I would imagine it does, but I'm dont know a whole lot about expansion chamber geometry and performance. I do think there would be better flow as the outlet isn't on the bottom of the snail part. But again, I'm not sure.

If modifying the bracket and the exhaust is all that needs to be done and it would still perform well, then so be it. Otherwise I'd like some more low end hit and I'll just trade.

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