Thanks for all of the positive comments. I was going to go the Harley muffler route but I like the look of the Triumph mufflers and like WF said when mounted they look similar to stock.
Here are a few more pics and some comments on each.
Everything came from Ebay stores.
Mufflers available here: Bonneville Mufflers
1. I used 79 headpipes that I got for 40 bucks, Cleaned and painted them. You could use 78, 79 or aftermarket headers. I wanted the ones with turned up ends The early pipes are straiter at the exit. I tried 84, 1200 pipes but the angle was wrong at the rear although they do bolt up to the 1100 heads.
2. The Mufflers are Triumph T-120 replicas, they are all over ebay, different prices and lenghths. I think these are Emgo brand. Again not sure how they will hold up but they were in my budget at $110 for the pair. Overall they look decent.
3. Adapters were $40 total, clamps another $32
Adapters available here:
Total cost not including paint was about $225.
Reducer purchased at Pep Boys but you could get them at any auto parts supply. I cut slots in the end to slip tight over the end of the header. these were needed to reduce diameter of pipe to fit adapter. Painted black and clamped with 1 3/4 clamp.
Angled adapter made to adapt old style Triumph Mufflers to newer bikes (these were on Ebay but you can also get them at other supply houses that carry British bike parts.
Exhaust Extensions on eBay
Couple of pics of the rear mount. I used 2 pieces I had in the shop but I am going to change it to a 1 piece mount on each side for better rigidity. Mounting brakets are slotted so you can adjust the whole setup. I assembled everything loose to get aligned then tightened front to rear.
One other thing and this my be a deal braker for many. I removed the centerstand on my bike to clean up the look. Not sure if these would interfere but it looks like they might.
Hope that helps, I'll let you know how they sound and hold up when I get her running.
Ride it, wrench it, ride it..................smile.