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Old 05-31-2008, 03:38 PM   #21
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Well i like mine better !! So you should have gotten the same one as me !! w/ the red tip !! & i have about 450 miles on mine !! looks great keith !!
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Old 06-03-2008, 08:59 PM   #22
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What ???????? So mine is better ??? You know it is !!

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What ???????? So mine is better ??? You know it is !!

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Haha, mine doesn't have any girly yellow on it therefor mine is better. Hey did you tune your bike(PCIII) or anything after installing yours? I think I lost a little low end but gained on the top and I was wondering if I should buy a PCIII or not.
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Looks sweet. I remember you talking about this at the M&G...
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You probably lost a little back pressure in the system since the stock pipes aren't usually straight through designs.



From experience, just removing half the insulation on the dual exhaust yoshis I had on the busa made the tone alot deeper. The muzzy was made louder by cutting 8" from it and repacking w same amount of fiberinsulation removed from remaining piece.
hey Matt would loosing back pressure cause any problems?
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Haha, mine doesn't have any girly yellow on it therefor mine is better. Hey did you tune your bike(PCIII) or anything after installing yours? I think I lost a little low end but gained on the top and I was wondering if I should buy a PCIII or not.

I was just about to ask about any loss or gains from stock to aftermarket pipe. I dont think you need to program for just a slip-on , just a full exhaust. But that pipe looks bad azzed in black
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It will open the exhaust up a little; I wouldn't be concerned w just a slip on.

Backpressure in the exhaust stem pushes back into the cylinder when the exhaust and intake valves are open at the same time(called overlap.) this is done to remove the remaining exhaust gasses while allowing the cylinder to begin to draw in the next air/fuel mixture.

Since you removed a little of that back pressure via slip on, the exhaust can flow out easier; this curves the power band and sets it higher in the rpm field. Its all about getting the air in and out... gas can always be compensated for... If you put in a BMC w stacks(see what others recommend for set vehicle) the power range will hit even higher but harder.

The Katana's pipe was cut quite a bit now I have a nice dead spot(soft spot) from 2-3krpms before engine kicks harder. I hadn't rejetted it though.
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