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Old 09-07-2005, 10:08 PM   #1
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Just wondering about some dyno #s


How’s it going people I know this may sound like your usual noob question but does anybody have any real dyno numbers from different pipes and exst. systems w/ tuning Just wondering if its worth the cash any thing will do but would prefer gsx-r 750 dynos but anything that would help a little would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Just wondering about some dyno #s

its' not worth it to spend several thousand dollars for 5 hp to me.. not a 600, maybe a 750 but, def. dont drop any serious money on a 6.
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Re: Just wondering about some dyno #s

Well it is a 05 gsx-r 750 manly i just wanted it to be louder but figured i might as well go ahead and get the tuner and full ex. But if all I am looking at is around 5hp or so then n/m
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Re: Just wondering about some dyno #s

go with D&D or get a hotbodies undertail exaust, the hotbodies looks sick and sounds good too.


I unno, I love my D&D and I love loud bikes.
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Re: Just wondering about some dyno #s

BTW, just get a slipon.
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Well it is a 05 gsx-r 750 manly i just wanted it to be louder but figured i might as well go ahead and get the tuner and full ex. But if all I am looking at is around 5hp or so then n/m
dude not hating but just get a slip on..your already looking for more power ????? chill out and ride it for a while.
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Well it is a 05 gsx-r 750 manly i just wanted it to be louder but figured i might as well go ahead and get the tuner and full ex. But if all I am looking at is around 5hp or so then n/m
Arata, Ti Force, Akrapovic, and Sato are the top exhausts in my opinion. Yoshimura also makes a good exhaust. You should get more than 5 hp with a full exhaust and proper tuning on your GSXR-750.
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Well it is a 05 gsx-r 750 manly i just wanted it to be louder but figured i might as well go ahead and get the tuner and full ex. But if all I am looking at is around 5hp or so then n/m
dude not hating but just get a slip on..your already looking for more power ????? chill out and ride it for a while.
Actually i came on wrong with my post im really not wanting anymore power just the sound but i figured i would go ahead and ask. Plus it was also just curiosity i like to see what actually does something and what doesnt.

But anyways thanks for the comments.
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Re: Just wondering about some dyno #s

A couple of months ago there was a big article in what I believe was Sport Rider. They took an R6 and put like every freakin slip on in the universe on it and dyno tested it. It was pretty interesting the higher dollars pipes did not make that much more horsepower than the cheaper ones but the power curves were much cleaner. I believe the lowest gain was just over 2 rwhp and the highest was just under 4 rwhp. I think the general consensus will be to get a Yoshimura, good pipe, good sound, good price. Yosh and Suzuki pretty much go hand in hand.
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dude our 20th ann. bikes are gonna have great resale OEM . . . no matter what you do make sure you can get it back to OEM. They are going to hold value a lot better than most bikes will. I might get a slip on but im only gonna do that to keep my 20th ann. muffler safe.

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Old 09-30-2005, 01:32 AM   #11
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deff. keeping my stock pipe. but i dont see what makes our bikes so special personally i like the look of the non 20ths more but what ever...
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power curve is everything when you are looking for the power band.
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i got a slip on D&D on my 03 gsxr 600 and man its freeking loud . you can hear it 2 1/2 to 3 miles away and it ecos bad inside my helmet at abought 7000 rpm ..... i love it just makes me want to go home and
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Old 10-13-2005, 03:09 PM   #14
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not trying to be rude man but i hate d&d pipes the remind me of a stock sohc civic running open header lol... I like loud but i like tuned load if you understand i mean its like comparing greedy to magnaflow,,,

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Old 10-18-2005, 07:13 PM   #15
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i got the yoshi tri oval on mine, but my bike is a 97. and i have dynoed my bike, when i got my jet kit. the results were good. before jet kit i was rollin 112 hp at rear wheel after jet kit, it was 115.5 hp at rear wheel. but it had the pipe on thw whole time. i guess 115 isant really good compared to the new bikes, but for the age of mine it still really moves.
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that aint bad at all man 115 rwhp is pretty good more then most pre 06 600's
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yeh, well, all of yall, I loved my D&D lol
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i would say ur best bet is the yosh slip on. its the best bang for the buck b\c its gives u around 3hp gain. also its has a great sound. they also hold up alot longer than D and D. the akrapovic has the same hp gain and sound almost. they last along time 2.
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Go with the Scorpion. Lifetime guarantee. These things sound great. HP gain is 3+/-. Very deep, rich sound!!!!
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