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Of course, almost any performance exhaust can be forced to work.  The most common issue is mounting the exhaust to the frame.  Stock Jawa exhausts mount beneath the muffler while most mopeds mount above.  "Straight" exhausts such as the Techno Boss can simply be flipped upside down but angled and non-symmetrical exhausts (such as the BiTurbo and Techno Estoril, respectively) require the stock mounting bracket to be modified.  This can be as simple as using steel mending braces (available at any hardware store) or as complicated as relocating the stock mount.
 
Of course, almost any performance exhaust can be forced to work.  The most common issue is mounting the exhaust to the frame.  Stock Jawa exhausts mount beneath the muffler while most mopeds mount above.  "Straight" exhausts such as the Techno Boss can simply be flipped upside down but angled and non-symmetrical exhausts (such as the BiTurbo and Techno Estoril, respectively) require the stock mounting bracket to be modified.  This can be as simple as using steel mending braces (available at any hardware store) or as complicated as relocating the stock mount.
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The stock exhaust mount was not designed to carry the weight of larger performance exhausts (most noteably the Techno Estoril) and will flex under stress.  This problem can be solved by either strengthing the stock mount or adding an additional brace to divide the load.
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The stock exhaust mount was not designed to carry the weight of larger performance exhausts (most noteably the Techno Estoril) and will flex under stress.  This problem can be solved by either strengthening the stock mount or adding an additional brace to divide the load.
    
== Porting ==
 
== Porting ==
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