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Old 03-10-2018, 07:03 PM   #41
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why not just cut the flame screen off? You could also buy a tip.
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why not just cut the flame screen off? You could also buy a tip.
Im finding conflicting info on this. Iíve read that fine back pressure is desirable?

Thoughts?
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I know the after market headers and pipes are way bigger then the stock pipes and seem to flow way more but I dont know anything about the dyno numbers or actual increases.
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Im finding conflicting info on this. Iíve read that fine back pressure is desirable?

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When someone says back pressure is desirable they donít know what theyíre talking about



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When someone says back pressure is desirable they donít know what theyíre talking about
Ok, I donít want to decrease my exhaust velocity as to have a negative effect on the engines power.

Is that better?
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So yesterdayís test n tune was very positive. The quicker throttle response was confirmed on all the bikes.

Also after some practice starts, the kids seemed to launch and get to turn 1 quicker. The gap that the 2 strokes were gaining has been reduced.

We will hold off on the performance camís until after the 2nd TMGP round.

The new sprockets have arrived and awaiting install. Another excuse to head to Speedsportz this Monday!

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For the record.

13/36 sprocket combo might be great in dirt, but not so much on a track with long straights.
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