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Old 01-04-2008, 02:09 PM   #1
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exhaust swapping

i want to put an rs3 from a 04 750 on to my 02 1000 but i've been told that it will not perform as well as if i put a rs3 built specificly for the 1000. is there really a difference in the cans? i thought it was just the mounting hardware for the passenger pegs that was diferent.
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MECH. I THINK YOU ARE WRONG I THINK LIKE PAT IT WILL WORK FINE, THE TUNEING OF THE CAN I DO NOT THING IS THAT DETAILED.

THEY AREA MASS PRODUCED ITEM AND NOT HELD TO A MINUTE STANDARD!

AND AS FAR AS MODS OUT THE GATE, NO PROBLEM EATHER , YOU SHOULD JUST MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THEM RIGHT AND HAVE THE BIKE TUNED FOR THOSE MODS. I THINK MY SELF THAT MOST OF THE GASKET AND BREAK IN ARE DONE IN THE FIRST COUPLE HUND MILES ANY WAY , I AM NOT BIG ON THAT HOLE WAIT 2500 MILES TO REALY GET ON IT BUT EVERYONE IS DIFF!

MECH THE GASKETS AND SEAL, PISTONS AND RINGS ARE ALL GOING TO BREAK IN IN THEIR OWN TIME AND A COUPLE OF EX HP WILL NOT ALTER THAT BREAK IN, AND ENGINE LIFE IS MORE RIDER AND MAINT THAN MECH. IF BUILD PROPERLY!

NOW BIG MODS I AM NOT SURE , TURBOES AND NOS AND THAT I WOULD MAKE SURE THE MOTOR IS SOUND COUSE THOSE ARE LARGE HP GAINS AND YOU MAY NOT HAVE STRONG ENOUGH PARTS TO TAKE THE LOAD,

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BESIDES IF ITS A RS3 THEN ITS AN RS3 BUT YOU NEED TO REMAP FOR THE CAN! SAVE YOUR VALVES AND SEATS AND SUCH!

IF NOT AND YOU ARE RUNNING TO RICH YOU COULD GET A LOT OF BUILD UP ON THE VALVES AND PISTON TOP!

RUNNING LEAN YOU COULD GET A GOOD BANG, OR BURN YOUR VALVES AND SUCH,

PLUS YOU GOING TO GET HIGHER EGT AND HIGHER ENGINE TEMP! ANY WAY THAT IS A BIT MORE THAT WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO !
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i spoke with andy from metric cycles and lots of other credible sources and they all say that the 1000 cans are different from the 600 & 750
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They are slightly different, primarily the 1000 cans are a bit longer, but the i.d. is the same.

However, we're talking about a bolt on type slip on here, on a stock or close to stock bike, which isn't going to see huge gains or be affected much by a bolt on type slip on any ways.

This isn't rocket science, and will work just fine.

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