http://webshop.highwayhawk.com/websolut ... =PCS&cpl=2
(the picture is for a V-twin engine, but other then the length and bends it look the same).
I was thinking of having it ceramic coated on the inside (just the inside. its chrome on the outside, and I want it to stay that way) to take away some of the heat (stock exhaust is triple (3) walled), as the engine is aircooled and both pipes are in front of the engine. And I have read that keeping the heat in the exhaust helps keep the velocity up, witch might help performance.
Just tell me if I'm wrong here
After reading on a forum that someone had there exhaust coated (other manufacturer, but same bike), and after a short while it started to flake off. Conclusion was that the metal the exhaust was made from had a too high expansion rate for the coating applied.
I contacted Highway Hawk and asked what metal it was made from (took 2,5 months to get a reply btw):
Would this type of metal expand too much?Sorry for the late reply.
The quality P235TR2 ( DIN 1626 materiaal St.37.0)
Hope this will help.