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BrendonV

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Is it "OK" to run a straight pipe on my B-10, all i have is a 4inch nipple a 90', and a 12 inch pipe. Would that do any harm to anything besides peoples ears? I woulnd't think it would be too much louder than my rusty old pipe that is on it now. thanks, brendonv

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MPH
I know your bullet proof at 15, my sons now 19 and 20 recently reminded me of that, but please take a tip from us deaf ole farts and put a good muffler on it. Like to see to still hear the sound of an ole cast iron briggs 50 years from now. MPH

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MikeES
Kent, although I agree that a muffler should be used, not only for your protection but also for the neighbors. But a 12" straight pipe after the elbow will not burn the exhaust valve. It would create enough back pressure. Mike S.

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BradW
I know how that is, I learned the hard way, a International hydro 100 w/ aftermarket turbo and el-cheapo muffler fried my hearing since I didn't wear hearing protection, now, I have lost some of my hearing and I regret it very much, take it from me, it is better to have more hearing then more money,-BradW

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