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    Muffler for Webra 120

    I bought a webra 120 from a user here about a year ago, and have finally gotten some time to get on with my project, Basically I've upscaled a Goldberg Eagle 2 to 84" to carry airborne video and a digital camera. It came with a pitts style muffler that puts the exhaust a bit lower than I'd like. Is there a muffler available that is adjustable and will let me adjust the angle of the muffler, what I'm trying to describe is just like what's on my supertigre 45 in the pic below. If something like this is not available, I'd still be interested in finding fixed muffler that would go straight back. Thanks, Tim
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    Muffler for Webra 120

    How about the stock Webra muffler? It is quite noisy though...
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    ...I think it needs more power...

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    Muffler for Webra 120

    I've never seen one, and the webra site doesn't like me, or I just don't know how to navigate it.....noise really isn't an issue, this won't be an everyday type of flyer by any means. Thanks, I'll look around for one.
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    Webra 120 muffler

    Wray, I have a Bisson Sport muffler on my 120 that is fairly quiet,
    you might find what you're looking for at the Bisson website. Webra does not make a muffler for it, there are seven choices for the 120 at
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    Muffler for Webra 120

    When the new 1.20 went into production years ago I read a review about it. They did tests with the stock muffler and a Webra tuned muffler (not a real pipe). This must be about 10 years ago.

    On the Webra site there is nothing mentioned about exhausts, but they produced them back then.
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    Muffler for Webra 120

    Why not use a Super Tiger muffler with a adapter plate. Don`t think it would be to hard to do. >>>>big max 1935


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