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Old 03-17-2014, 07:27 AM   #1
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Would header pipes from a 1000 gsxer fit a 750 motor?

Don't know how true that is but just something I Herd and he said it would also make it faster is it true?
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You mean ANY 1000 headers on ANY 750 motor?
The answer is, no.

Are you sure your 750 isn't fast enough? I had a 750 and it was fast enough.
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Gsxr 750 motor to gsxr 1000 headers. .. it's not the slowest thing out but my friends have newer or bigger bikes so faster would always be better
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Gsxr 750 motor to gsxr 1000 headers. .. it's not the slowest thing out but my friends have newer or bigger bikes so faster would always be better
Just go faster than them through the turns
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Alot easier said than done when I have a 12 inch stretch and the guy on the 600 cbr scraps his pegs at near every turn lol but I'll get em one day
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Alot easier said than done when I have a 12 inch stretch and the guy on the 600 cbr scraps his pegs at near every turn lol but I'll get em one day
So can you keep up with the CBR?
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What exactly is the point of 12" over on a 750? I dont hate on a stretched bike. I just wonder the advantage of 12" on that bike
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What exactly is the point of 12" over on a 750? I dont hate on a stretched bike. I just wonder the advantage of 12" on that bike
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:25 AM   #10
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Lol gxer power it's my first bike and I was scared of popping the clutch and ending up like Mr friend in the e.r.
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And no I can't bet the cbr 600 the rider is one of the best I've seen but I have bet a R6 pretty bad I think it was the rider though
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And no I can't bet the cbr 600 the rider is one of the best I've seen
Then pipes aren't going to help you
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Then pipes aren't going to help you
+1 best case scenario, pipes will get you something like 5-8 horse power, still not gonna run with 1000. If you are getting beaten by 600s, it's not the bike.
No offense. I been there, got beat to, lol
In my case it was Buck Beasley though, so no surprise.
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Gain that 5 hp back by losing the stretch and all the extra chain its gotta sling. 12' over is just silly. my nitrous 1441 Busa had a 4-8" arm on it. Most of the time I raced it at 5".
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Gain that 5 hp back by losing the stretch and all the extra chain its gotta sling. 12' over is just silly. my nitrous 1441 Busa had a 4-8" arm on it. Most of the time I raced it at 5".
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If you're experienced enough that you want to make the bike faster, surely you have enough clutch control to not dump it off the line.

If you're not, at the very least, able to hang with a 600 then you need to upgrade the rider more than the bike.
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None taken but in my defense when I beat the r6 his bike was not at 100% but I still clam the win so when I lost when my bike wasn't at 100% I just gave him his props but I was running straight pipe no muffler and when I got to 2nd or 3rd gear or between 90 and 130 fast it would start to stall for a sec then kick back moving and thats when he would get the gap plus I started off in 2nd and he was in 1st to make it a lil more even lol but everyone knows what excuses are like so I let him have it but I just dropped my bike off with tha famous Patrick so the kinks will be worked out
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I just dropped my bike off with tha famous Patrick so the kinks will be worked out
Is he going to put liter bike pipes on it?
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bikes are made to keep the exhaust on. and these threads are just a joke. 12in stretch is just ridiculous.
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