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I am about to complete my CB 350 twin rebuild and looking for an exhuast system that has some bark to it for the 350. Could anyone recommend something like that? All I have seen is the system made by Mac and have not heard it yet. Thanks for the input
 

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Not much on the market to choose from, especially in the 2-1's.

Hooker used to make both scrambler pipes (which are totally bitchin' and absolutely rare as hell) and a low pipe (which I managed to get a set of only after extreme patience and luck).

A company in the 70's called MCM made a bunch of 2-2 high pipes for small displacement twins. These can be found on the 'bay once in a while. A friend found a pristine set for his '69 350 (and paid dearly for them too).

I've got no opinion of the Mac's.

Mostly, people just get a set custom made or slide some aftermarket shorties/megaphones on the stock headpipes. Plenty loud.

Scour the swap meets, race tracks, ebay and cross your fingers.



Honda go sideways!
 

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I put the shorties mentioned on a cb350 and they sound and look OK. Seems to run fine without carb changes too. This is on an AHRMA NHP racer.
 
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