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Enduro / Dirt / Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Last post by ncologerojr on Today at 17:42:12 »
Will this nice exhaust be available for sale someday?

Yes, that is the plan. Handmade and purge welded with quality 16ga stainless. I am hoping to have pricing and a few sets ready to ship by the end of May. I'll probably start a thread on here, but I will definitely have the info on my website asap. CatskillMtnCustoms.com

Thanks for the interest!

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Enduro / Dirt / Re: CB350 Scrambler Siblings
« Last post by JesperHusky on Today at 17:28:37 »
Got started on my stepped exhausts today. 1.25" to 1.5". The 1.25" is very close in length to the stock sleeves. The muffler has a 1" quiet core. One exhaust will be ceramic coated black and the other raw stainless.





Good fit-up makes good welds.


Will this nice exhaust be available for sale someday?
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I like the stripe version, however the tires really need to go LOL.

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Electrical / Re: New horn ain't working
« Last post by Sonreir™ on Today at 17:24:45 »
Yeah... if they're coated, that might be a problem. Button usually completes the circuit to the control, which grounds through the bars.
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Electrical / Re: New horn ain't working
« Last post by advCo on Today at 17:23:02 »
With the bike turned on, disconnect the light green wire from the left bar control and on the harness side, ground out the wire. The horn should work at that point.

Yep. So should I strip some powder coat off the bars?
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Electrical / Re: New horn ain't working
« Last post by Sonreir™ on Today at 17:05:06 »
With the bike turned on, disconnect the light green wire from the left bar control and on the harness side, ground out the wire. The horn should work at that point.
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Electrical / Re: New horn ain't working
« Last post by advCo on Today at 16:58:01 »
Fixed the voltmeter. 13.0v at the black wire. No power to horn with switch engaged though.

I swapped the stock bars out for a set of powdercoated ones. Does the horn switch ground through the left hand control and need to contact bare metal on the handlebars?


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If you can post a video that would be super helpful in diagnosing.

I'll get them back on tonight, likely fire it up tomorrow and i can take some video if its still all jacked up.
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If you can post a video that would be super helpful in diagnosing.
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