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I'm working on the exhaust on my parallel metric twin and will have the exhaust running down the same side together. I got the longest pipe finished that goes from the far head around the front to the opposite side. Now its time for the head that is closest to the final straightaway. The closer side exhaust port is just a 90 degree elbow away from the final pipe out the back, whereas the far head needed about 360 degrees of bends and 12" of straightaway to get to the same location.

Should I try to use the same number of bends and rough length of pipe so that both pipes are roughtly the same distance and have about the same number of bends to them? Or do I just shortcut this bag of snakes and do it the quick and dirty way?
 
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