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TOPIC: SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS

SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 04 Jul 2015 13:40 #1

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You have been asking for it for years

and it is finally here.

Introducing "Sleeper Pipe mod for 1974 and 1975 DT250 and DT400's"

This new Sleeper Pipe mod will deliver the same signature "improved torque and power
along with stock look" our customers have come to expect !


Current Sleeper Price List

1969-1973 AT125/CT175 $199. usd
1969-1973 DT250/RT360 $229.
new 1974 DT250/DT360 $239
new 1975-1976 DT250/DT400 $239.

Misc internal pipe repairs -time & material $115 min charge

customer is responsible for all shipping charges

If you would like to place an order and your ready to send in your pipe
we are now accepting new orders for Sleeper pipes.

Please email me at dtmeis@earthlink.net for more details

Thanks again to everyone here for your continued support !
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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 04 Jul 2015 17:31 #2

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hmm,thanks Meis for this option,now I am wondering if a sleeper DT400 pipe would work well with a MX400B top end on a 1975 DT400?

I am trying to go for the sleeper look but I plan on running a aftermarket silencer. this may be a better option than trying to mod a Hooker DT400 pipe to go on it. :OnFire

Enduronut also suggested sometime back in having you doing a tuned pipe for the 1978 DT175 using the stock pipe,are you interested in doing that too?

if so I have 2 pipes to be done.

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 07 Jul 2015 17:54 #3

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I am very happy with mine, sounds good, works good. It will wake up your bike :OnFire
thanks Dave

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72 AT-2 with some mods

SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 11 Aug 2015 19:29 #4

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Will not accepting any more Sleeper Pipe orders till at least until end of September.....

DVM and I are just finishing up SP37.....should ship this week.

Thanks for all the support :OnFire

If you have questions regarding email me at dtmeis@earthlink.net

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 01 Oct 2015 07:22 #5

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Well it's the end of September and we may start accepting new "sleeper pipes" orders soon ?

Send me a PM or email me if you have questions...pricing will be the same as posted previously in this thread.

Also if you have a need for a sleeper mod on a pipe not listed .....contact me and I would be happy to discuss it.


Rolen Zen.....please contact me your "sleeper pipe" is ready !

Check your PM's :OnFire

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 01 Oct 2015 18:03 #6

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PM sent. Thanks Dave!

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 01 Oct 2015 19:40 #7

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Rolen-Zen wrote: PM sent. Thanks Dave!


Thank Jay.....

Sleeper Pipe #38 will soon be on it's way to you !
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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 02 Oct 2015 16:27 #8

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Sleeper pipe 35 is installed on a 74 DT250A and it deffinately woke it up.
As I put miles on this bike it just gets better, performance wise.
Thanks Dave!!!!

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 02 Oct 2015 19:31 #9

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That's great news Steve.....thanks for posting the performance results here.

Have you run it up yet to see at what rpm's the power starts dropping off ?

I am curious to know ?

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SLEEPER PIPES FOR YAMAHA ENDUROS 03 Oct 2015 07:33 #10

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No Dave, I get into the red area on my tack and it's still pulling so much that it outright scares me that it could blow. Don't want to do that!!!
It's got to be close to drop off but I'm not willing to go that far yet.

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