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It appears that for the available slip-on mufflers available for the [2009] DL650, you cut the pipe in front of the muffler.

But if I ever sold the bike, the original muffler might need to go back on, mostly due to the proliferating exhaust laws brought on by the open-pipes crowd.

Is there any way to reattach? Can the original can be welded back on?
 

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It appears that for the available slip-on mufflers available for the [2009] DL650, you cut the pipe in front of the muffler.

But if I ever sold the bike, the original muffler might need to go back on, mostly due to the proliferating exhaust laws brought on by the open-pipes crowd.

right now the only solution i found whereas you don't need to cut & weld anything,
is the Acrapovic. And that because they come with piping up to the joints section.

i did the cut & paste method you mentioned,
right after the point that the 2 pipes weld to 1.
here approximately (right before the O2 sensor) :



Is there any way to reattach? Can the original can be welded back on?
of course it can be welded back
(i do this as a profession :thumbup: welding and cutting i mean!)
 

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What brand of exhaust is that?
 

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it is a "Yoshimura TRS Tri-Oval Race Titanium Slip-On Exhaust" designated for the street brother the SV650...
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