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Old 07-13-2010, 12:48 PM   #1
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Watching the races the other day got me thinking about suzuki and why they choose to have the exhaust come out the left side instead of the right. I know they are stock dual cans but what is the mechanical advantage having it come out the left? Why aren't the suzukis in AMA doing that?
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Dual exhaust looks trick, but unless your going for style points or trying to get everyone to see your product it s not the way to go. its gonna add weight. its personal choice(ADVERTISING) if you want to race i wouldnt run it , if your a weekend warrior get it and stand by so people can check it out and tell how cool it looks .
Actually Alstare (and others) claim more horsepower with the dual cans. I dunno, maybe it is advertising, but with what 'Zook spends on that series, I doubt it.
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I thought it was in the rules they had to run the dual setup?
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