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Has anybody replaced their Predaor engine muffler with a header? Any recs on one that has the correct orientation for a snowblower?

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why would you want to make more noise? yet if you want to try https://www.performance670.com

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Most header pipes are designed for go karts and mini bikes that would put it at a weird angle. You can use flange with pipe thread to orient it the way you like.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Predator-21...EAAOSwwadaIH90

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I can't resist doing performance mods.
Thanks for the ebay link.
I plant to install a screw-on muffler to keep the noise down unless I want to annoy my neighbors.
If the header can be installed upside down, some of the Mini-bike ones might work.

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im looking at options to build one, looks like it would cost less than $25 for materials, just need to figure out how to bend 3/4 thin wall steel pipe. no muffler in my plan, just straight pipe pointing down. no worries bout disturbing anyone other than the bride.

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Most header pipes are designed for go karts and mini bikes that would put it at a weird angle. You can use flange with pipe thread to orient it the way you like.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Predator-21...EAAOSwwadaIH90

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That is one hot looking Honda how ever it looks like you would also be unfortunately become a victim of the Hot flaming muffler.
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That is one hot looking Honda how ever it looks like you would also be unfortunately become a victim of the Hot flaming muffler.
Most Honda's have heated grips, this crotch warmer version is unique.

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LOL, hand warmers are nice but crotch warmers I can do with out
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Haha.

Standard on the Siberian model, it’s cold up there.

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