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Hooker header heat shield wanted.

18 Dec 2017 18:09
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Hooker header heat shield wanted. #1
I have a 71 CT1 with a hooker pipe. I am missing the heat shield with the heart in it. Anyone have one they would sale?

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18 Dec 2017 19:34
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I hope you have a fat wallet. Anyone who has one doesn't sell them cheaply. They are probably worth more than the pipe.

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18 Dec 2017 20:54 18 Dec 2017 20:55 by Tom S..
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When I was fourteen years old and had just gotten a new AT1-C, my pals and I felt that Hooker headers were just the coolest thing because; 1) You could say "Hooker" in front of your parents with impunity. 2) The high-performance aftermarket recognized a vehicle that I actually had in my possession.

My heart still races at the thought of it.

Good luck with your search.

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19 Dec 2017 06:37
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Scottddove wrote: I have a 71 CT1 with a hooker pipe. I am missing the heat shield with the heart in it. Anyone have one they would sale?


Honestly, I feel your best bet in this particular adventure is to make one. Find something that you can copy and pound it out yourself. You'll save a boatload of money as well as have some fun.

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19 Dec 2017 17:49
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I can’t make one. Anyone want to try?

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21 Dec 2017 12:05
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Scott. Found some material. I am sure a custom auto shop could get this and fix up one for you. I see these guys on tv just bang custom metal out. Just not sure if yours is perforated holes or slits. I could not find the pipe on the internet. Good luck!

www.metalsdepot.com/steel-products/steel-perforated-sheet

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22 Dec 2017 07:17
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This is the pipe I remember.

68 DT1, 70 DT1C MX, 71 CT1C, 71 RT1B, 71 DT1E MX, 73 AT3MX, 70 Husqvarna 250 Cross, 57 Matchless G80CS, 76 Honda Elsinore; 2015 Yamaha FZ-09
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22 Dec 2017 14:31
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Not sure if this matches the pipe above.
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22 Dec 2017 16:07
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Yes that is the pipe I have. I need the heat shield. Hard to find.

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22 Dec 2017 20:08 22 Dec 2017 20:11 by asco.
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About 10 years ago when I was building a custom minibike I went and got some stainless steel sheet metal to make a clutch cover. I remember doing it in the living room of my apartment at the time. I put it underneath something heavy and made the first bend. I continued slowly fabricating something that would cover the clutch and mount to the engine with some a little tabs. I flunked metal shop but it still is on the bike from 1998.

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It is listed on Google as: Boyd Coddington tribute minibike.


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