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Old 04-07-2011, 02:21 PM   #21
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They are like 15.00 from Schnitz though I'm sure you can get them anywhere online. If you do get it, do yourself a favor and pull the radiator to install the exhaust. Its way easier that way.

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Old 04-07-2011, 02:27 PM   #22
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Hey stop reading my mind.... I was just thinking about who to go through...does the rebuild of your bike just keep this stuff going through your head?
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All day long.
I have been building it since the first week. I cant tell you how many times the exhaust has been pulled off. Joe and Burke did most of the work the first time on the exhaust. I have since learned its a lot easier to pull the oil cooler and exhaust.
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I got in contact with the gent with the Muzzy. I am paying 600 to cover the shipping charges. Right now I am just waiting for him to send me his paypal info
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Paypal sent .... waiting shipping and delivery of...Full Muzzy Titanium exhaust @ 10lbs
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No problem. When you mentioned you were looking I figured I would help search. I have a pretty free day and all the internet I can use. Glad you went for it.
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Thats a great purchase on that muzzy... That full Ti system new is about $1500.....

My buddy Karl has done a LOT of testing on a 1429cc ZX12 and ran many different pipes from sidewinders to road race Akros..... out of all of the pipes he tested, the Muzzy full race Ti system made the most power.... This is on a 230hp bike.... The only pipe that eventually made more was a custom built, big tube Muzzy sidewinder with a full length megaphone....and it was only 3-4hp more I believe...


Can't go wrong with a Muzzy pipe....... They sound good and make good power....best yet, they are cheap. I'll take a Muzzy over a Yosh pipe any day for making power...
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I am suprised though that guy has been trying to sell that pipe since Sept 2010....

Thats weird....
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I went with Muzzy for a few reasons. I had one on my 2000ZX6R and was happy with it. I had one on my ZZR and loved it. I found a of a deal online. They were advertising a full s/s system for 600. When it arrived it was slip ons. Too good to be true right? They said for 300 more I could have the full system. I told them they were misrepresenting their product and it seems like a deceptive trade practice. I told them I felt the court would side with me quickly. The sent the full system before I even shipped the slip ons back. I should have punked their and kept them. Serves them right.
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Oh and Joe and I hit the same dyno on the same day. His Brocks Alien head is within .5 hp. The Brocks is a bad system .
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I have been reading and researching the different exhausts. I don't want to waste more money trying to save a dollar and end up wasting five. According to SSB Mag the (full systems) Muzzy M14 had the most HP, but I think LEO and Vance had the the most Torc by about .3. They didn't have every exhaust system out there, but a good representation of most. oh the other thing, the Brocks slip-ons were only sold in dual and were going to run me about $750 +. I even tried to get a single sluip-on to make it into 4-2-1, but the two sites that had them cheapest didn't want to sell them single.
Momma is not very happy with me right but....The good thing... the Muzzy should be sent out today.
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If there is no bung welded in you may need to either weld one in or get the capacitor thing to bypass the emissions. It may throw a FI code without it. Just another thing to check on. See if your stock header has a bung and sensor.
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Gen 1s don't have an oxygen sensor. No bung needed.
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Man you hit great lick. I can't believe that guy couldn't sell it. Good job. Curious to see what power it makes.
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Man you hit great lick. I can't believe that guy couldn't sell it. Good job. Curious to see what power it makes.
Small box mod, BMC filter, Muzzy and a PCIII with custom map should get him 160-165hp......Short stacks may throw another 1-2hp up top.....

**Yosh drop in cams would get him 175hp..... Thats a good combo that is reliable as a bone stock bike.....throw some gear on it and that thing will go 9.40s with some decent riding..... Not bad for an old dinosaur Gen 1...
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Small box mod, BMC filter, Muzzy and a PCIII with custom map should get him 160-165hp......Short stacks may throw another 1-2hp up top.....

**Yosh drop in cams would get him 175hp..... Thats a good combo that is reliable as a bone stock bike.....throw some gear on it and that thing will go 9.40s with some decent riding..... Not bad for an old dinosaur Gen 1...
That seems reasonable. Give it some time. Momma will be working this coming school year, which will free up some play time and toy to go with it.

DK2: The guy was moving or heading out on a trip down south and about to take it with him where he had some buddies that were waiting for him @ his new location. If I didn't grab it, his buddies would have. I got pretty lucky since Muzzy.com has it priced @ $1649

It is expected to arrive Wednesday...I am just keeping my fingers crossed. The other part that sucks is that I leave this Sunday for training in Cali, so I am not sure when I will get a chance to test them.
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The Muzzy came in yesterday.
I spent all afternoon early evening installing it. The funny thing is how much better it fits the bike than the stock one did. Even after pulling the radiator off and disconnecting the mounting brackets for the oil cooler, I still had to twist and turn to get the stock header out. The Muzzy slid in ten times easier and the curvature of the header to the collector just before the mid-pipe wraps around and hugs the engine like it was meant to be an OEM part.
I still have to finish buttoning the plastics and burp the coolant, so far after using the stock mapping from Power Commander, it seems to be idling a lot better, verry simular to how she ran with the stock exhaust and the sound is about perfect (for me); not too loud but very throaty.

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Watch out for burnt plastic. I had to insulate in a few spots to keep it from melting.
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Watch out for burnt plastic. I had to insulate in a few spots to keep it from melting.
I am still @ work finishing a paper trail, I was planning to hit auto zone or one of those places today, so I might just add that to my list. Thanks
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Alan had some bad stick on stuff. It has stayed on the plastic for a while now and no burn through
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