You could try Armour Motor Products, 784 Wimborne Road, Moordown, Bournemouth, Dorset BH9 2HS, GB. phone (01202) 519409, fax (01202) 510671.
They might answer, that they don’t have for A Birmingham, but the one fitted to mine comes from a 1950 rigid Flyer.
As mine is a conversion model where most of the parts come from a 1950 Flyer, and the exhaust have the remains of a mounting (cut off), on the back, at the footrest, I just assume it too comes from the ’50 Flyer.
I will mail you a photo.
Beware. Some “Pattern” exaust pipes hit the front mudguard stand/stay,when the forks are depressed. Very scary if you were riding'(as i was) at the time! The AMOUR pattern pipe i fitted is “square on ” to the engine, where the proper Scott pipe is angled down, and therefore does not protrude forward as much as the “repo”pipe. This fault would not matter on a bike with gurder forks but does with “telles”. Geoff Case.
Some years ago (by mistake) a batch of right hand side exausts were made ,fitted with narrow (shortstroke)ports,3/4″wide. If fitted toa long stroke engine(1″wide port) the gasket will only have aVERY narrow edge to seat on,and will soon be blown out. The gas flow will also be restricted.
Bikes fitted with short stroke engines(pre. 30) usually have left hand exausts, as the footbrake is on the righthand side ,in the way. These pipes are therefore non standard for any normal production Scott. Hope this helps! Geoff Case.