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Old 05-19-2009, 09:23 AM   #1
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Are most of the gp bikes run off from the mid pipe or are all of them full system?
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You mean MotoGP race bikes?
I think they use a full "race" exhaust.
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Are most of the gp bikes run off from the mid pipe or are all of them full system?
naw, they mostly use slip-on's. I heard something about them all switching to D&D exhausts for the 2010 season


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Not only are they full exhaust systems, they are completely 1-off systems from bike to bike. Sometimes you'll even see the same team, running different systems for different riders...
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naw, they mostly use slip-on's. I heard something about them all switching to D&D exhausts for the 2010 season.
I heard the same thing, except I think they're gonna run the Hotbodies Megaphone... those give like 30hp more at the rear wheel!
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I heard the same thing, except I think they're gonna run the Hotbodies Megaphone... those give like 30hp more at the rear wheel!

, that's what it was...I know they gave a breakdown of the rules for next year on TMZ, I must've been thinking about WSBK.
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