Exhaust fitting H2c

Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby s-t-e-e-d » Thu Apr 07, 2016 7:17 pm

Hi Guys
I am nearing completion of my H2c, l just need 3 exhaust clamps + inserts, and the silencer holding brackets at the rear. Can anybody help and sell me what l require.
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby stevepa » Fri Apr 08, 2016 5:49 am

Are we talking about L/H Muffler Bracket,part no 18061-051. R/H Bracket, Part no 18061-053. Centre Bracket, Part no 18061-052.
If so I believe I have them,somewhere in the boxes of H2B bits and pieces.
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby s-t-e-e-d » Fri Apr 08, 2016 5:32 pm

Now l am confused?? my H2b only as 2 silencer brackets?
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby s-t-e-e-d » Fri Apr 08, 2016 6:27 pm

Part numbers l require are
3 x 18069-049
3 x 18070-011
1 x 18061-051
1 x 18061-052

Can any body offer these parts
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby Hal » Fri Apr 08, 2016 6:40 pm

s-t-e-e-d wrote:Now l am confused?? my H2b only as 2 silencer brackets?

The H2B had a single bracket holding both pipes on the right. On the H2C there are two brackets sandwiched together. I think the switch over wasn't exactly in line with the model change over. Either type will work as the pipes and frame (in that area) are the same.
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby husson73 » Sat Apr 09, 2016 11:12 am

Hal wrote:
s-t-e-e-d wrote:Now l am confused?? my H2b only as 2 silencer brackets?

The H2B had a single bracket holding both pipes on the right. On the H2C there are two brackets sandwiched together. I think the switch over wasn't exactly in line with the model change over. Either type will work as the pipes and frame (in that area) are the same.
I confirm (H2B owner), the single bracket is enough and lighter :mrgreen:
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby s-t-e-e-d » Sat Apr 09, 2016 8:31 pm

Thanks for clearing that up guys
Hey Hal you don't own my old H2b that had a reg: HAL790N ~ it was green when l owned it in 1978, l believe its purple now?
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby Hal » Sat Apr 09, 2016 9:41 pm

Fraid not.
There's been a few triples with that number plate as it's a Notts registration and Davick Motique were a significant dealer in the area.
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby RAYH2 » Thu Sep 01, 2016 4:31 pm

Ive had my H2B since 1980 and its 2 brackets on the RHS, my h2C is one bracket on the rhs
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Re: Exhaust fitting H2c

Postby RB » Thu Sep 01, 2016 11:26 pm

s-t-e-e-d wrote:Thanks for clearing that up guys
Hey Hal you don't own my old H2b that had a reg: HAL790N ~ it was green when l owned it in 1978, l believe its purple now?
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I've owned it Once and I know 5 Other Owners, never had the correct engine in it though - Had a H2a One - Out of Dean Pittaways bike I reckon :?
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