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Hi Steve just wanted to know if you know of any aftermarket exhaust systems that will work on my 1982 GL1100a aspencade or any good sites for parts
 

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Welcome to our favourite Wing forum cmeador. Motad of course still do their sets, both in stainless and chrome versions. BTW, who is Steve?
 

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Where can you buy a Motad on this side of the pond? I have not been able to find anyone selling over here:cheeky1:
 

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The MAC exhaust seems to be a popular replacement. It is available from many motorcycle part suppliers. The one that I have had good luck with is The Wing Things Company and they have one of the best prices I have seen. ($350.00):cool:
 
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Hey cmeador :waving:Welcome to the best Goldwing forum on the net. :clapper:

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cmeador,

One thing I haven't seen mentioned yet, is using a set of gl1000 headers, & a set of Harley mufflers. A lot of gl1100 owners are doing this. The NEW Harley mufflers can be had relatively cheap on eBay ($20-$50). One of the first things a new Harley owner does it take off the quiet stock mufflers (what the point of having a machine that fires on forty-five degrees if you can't hear it?:cheeky1:). You would have to make a bracket for the muffle, but they look & sound nice.
 

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cmeador,

One thing I haven't seen mentioned yet, is using a set of gl1000 headers, & a set of Harley mufflers. A lot of gl1100 owners are doing this. The NEW Harley mufflers can be had relatively cheap on eBay ($20-$50). One of the first things a new Harley owner does it take off the quiet stock mufflers (what the point of having a machine that fires on forty-five degrees if you can't hear it?:cheeky1:). You would have to make a bracket for the muffle, but they look & sound nice.
I did the conversion and it works great. Here's a link to what I posted on this site.Asearch using the words, 'Harley' and 'mufflers' netted the following http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/view_topic.php?id=590&forum_id=1&highlight=harley+mufflers
 
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