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    want to convert back my wife's tw to have a high level exhaust so she can get on some trails with me



    right now its got an underslung supertrap on



    I've seen a TW225 "down" pipe on a local fleabay..



    any one know if I can go there? are they interchangable?



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    Xt225, TTR225 and TTR230 pipes will fit.



    Usually plentiful on ebay.



    You'll usually need to trim aboout 1/2" inch or so from the muffler end to use the stock TW muffler. Shouldn't be an issue to reuse your Supertrapp if you gotta.



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    All TW225 pipes will fit!

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    thanks guys! great answers!
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

    1996 CRM 250 - 2 smoker - FMF exhaust

    1998 Honda CB600 Hornet - ( a.k.a Honda 599 ) - micron , ohlins rear - CB600F3 front forks..

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    Don't forget



    The 2003 and up TW's have a slightly different exhaust mount (lower) than the 1987-2002 TW's



















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    http://tw200forum.co...-between-years/


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    any idea how far do these similarities go.... whats the odds of bolting a 225 cylinder on to a 200 bottom end?
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

    1996 CRM 250 - 2 smoker - FMF exhaust

    1998 Honda CB600 Hornet - ( a.k.a Honda 599 ) - micron , ohlins rear - CB600F3 front forks..

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    The cylinder isn't a boltup. You'll have to disassemble your motor and enlarge the case mouths and the 225 crankshaft has a longer stroke.



    How plentiful/expensive are complete TW225 motors over there? They aren't an option here, but hat would be the quick and dirty route.



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    might be able to get one - but there's a big pile of red tape to go thru if u switch the engine serial number - an its not "legal" to do if the format of the serial number changes,,.. so if the engine serial number has the first 4 letters the same but the digits are different its do able..



    but if its totally different cant do it legally... as they will realise its a different rather than a replacement engine...



    looks like she can stay with the 200 - its just that she was moaning about up hills... I suppose a different set of sprockets could help but 1st is already really short as it is!







    back to the doable! I ordered the exhaust downpipe... its costing me just under US$20 so thats good - may have to make a bracket for that downpipe worst case scenario!



    hopefully the supertrap will fit on!



    cheers!
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

    1996 CRM 250 - 2 smoker - FMF exhaust

    1998 Honda CB600 Hornet - ( a.k.a Honda 599 ) - micron , ohlins rear - CB600F3 front forks..

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