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Old 03-01-2015, 10:38 AM   #1
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Cat removal

I haven't really looked at it, but has anyone been able to remove the cat from the stock pipe? It was easy on the 990 but haven't had the 1190 apart to see if it is possible.
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Old 03-01-2015, 01:57 PM   #2
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There is a good thread on this. But I can't search for shit, so can't find it for you.
The guy from Mexico gave really good instructions on how to do it.
Instead of cutting the pipe off at the cat, you simply open up a window in the bottom of the cat section and dig it out.
The hard part is welding it back together as that stainless is very thin.
And there are 2 walls to that section of pipe.

I will try looking for it again and post back here if I find it.
Or reply to that thread so it is current again. Last post was a number of months ago.
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Old 03-01-2015, 02:05 PM   #3
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black Hills

Here it is (if my copy and past works)
I also replied to that thread so it should be refreshed.
Ceramic coat your pipes when done!!!
BTW, I went to the School of Mines in Rapid...

Check out post 125....



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Hi everybody, I just gutted my 1190īs CAT, and I found it was better not to slice the entire pipe, but rather to cut a small window at the bottom where you will not notice once finished, big enough to extract the cat with a screw driver and then solder as I will show in my pictures, I hope you enjoy. The main reason or benefit was that the angle and form of the pipe would not be altered. Welding a sliced tube would alter its original form and risk not fitting properly later when assembling...
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Sorry. That didn't work. Maybe this will....

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=972201
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Yep. That worked. Now go to post 125.
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Thanks,
didn't know any Norwegians at mines did you? Used to ride with some of them.
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Old 03-01-2015, 02:15 PM   #7
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I remember partying with them on a few occasions. That is all.
They were a fun group of guys.
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I remember partying with them on a few occasions. That is all.
They were a fun group of guys.
Yes they are.
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