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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-25-2010, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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My new exhaust

Here is the newest version of the exhaust


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Very nice!
Custom fab?
Any idea about the affects on power delivery?
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That looks freaking awesome...!!!!!
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thats is pretty rad...
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I built the system, started with a two into one jardine and gathered and made the rest, I am making another muffler with no packing and if it sounds as good both are going to the dyno, I am also making a billet end cap for the existing system for a cleaner look.I am taking the bike to the dyno next weekend, let you know on the numbers but it sure feels strong! But dynos don't lie! Thanks for the complements I tried hard for a clean look

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looks awesome .. all u need now is a tire hugger
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if you could powder coat everythign black that would be awesome it would blend right in..
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I built the system, started with a two into one jardine and gathered and made the rest, I am making another muffler with no packing and if it sounds as good both are going to the dyno, I am also making a billet end cap for the existing system for a cleaner look.I am taking the bike to the dyno next weekend, let you know on the numbers but it sure feels strong! But dynos don't lie! Thanks for the complements I tried hard for a clean look
It's odd thats for sure.

Actually dyno's do lie because they're all different. Interested in the #'s though. Do you have before #'s? if not whats the point?
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Dynos do vary but I can compare the numbers to other systems to see if I am in the ball park of power, I dont have before numbers, I just hope its more than the stock system
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That's one of the nicest I've ever seen. Tucking that exhaust up really made it. Has me thinking about doing that with my '04.
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