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Old 08-05-2011, 07:38 AM   #21
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you can probably get a custom "C" pipe made from KaleCoAuto. check their website.

what you really want is a "c" shape pipe that will go from the exhaust manifolds, and loop back around to your intake manifolds. that way you can just rip the stock airbox right out and trash it, or ebay it or whatever...that saves weight too.

plus it will act like a super turbo, recycling all that exhaust straight back into the intake. with zero % loss, its more efficient than ram air. on top of that any unburnt fuel will just get burned the second time around. more HP + more MPG! im suprised this really hasnt caught on yet.
This will, in fact, make the bike ride 110% efficient and you may even see a gain of up to 25 horsepower. Top factory racers and their mechanics know this too but are not allowed to perform this mod because their exhaust sponsors don't like it when they chop their stuff up.

Any muffler shop can fab something up for you and it wouldn't be very expensive. Let us know how the mod works after you get it done.
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fkn kdogg just started staring at me like i'm bout to jump off this bike and murder some dave c. i was thinkin ok lets see what i did to this man to make him hate me and how fast can i run
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:41 AM   #22
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The OP is a good example of natural selection at work.

He runs open headers, everybody hates him, gets a stack of tickets, then quits riding.

See?
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Old 08-05-2011, 09:23 AM   #23
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i have a micro slip on that came with the bike its just cracked along the chrome cover cap on both sides so i either need new exhaust packing i took everything apart or modifie to a short pipe
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