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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-30-2010, 12:36 PM
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nice , not too many of them around
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They look spot on.
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nice.looks really good, bet it sounds good too.

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I just installed a set of those on my RC, havent ridden her around yet but they sure wake the bike up as far as sound goes!
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Can anyone tell me the benefits of the high or banzai mounts? Compared to the low mount which is supposed to produce better hp?
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the low mount produce better HP??? where did you ever hear that?
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the low mount produce better HP??? where did you ever hear that?
I've actually read that in quite a few places as well,especially when referring to SATO's. I believe it states it in the Rogue exhaust rant when talking about SATO's. I've seen it in other places as well but i've yet to see numbers posted.....speaking of which, i came across a chart a ways back with pretty much every single style of exhaust for the RC 51 listed with HP gains, Torque Gains, and Decibel measurments for each exhaust system on the bike.It literally had 60 different exhaust systems listed with all the specs. should have saved it, could never locate it again. Anyone else come across this?

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Can anyone tell me the benefits of the high or banzai mounts? Compared to the low mount which is supposed to produce better hp?
mostly styling. Looks cleaner and i've heard the Bonzai and high mounts are a bit louder....but i can't confirm that. Lean angle, clearance, rearset positioning was the original reason for high mounts on sport bikes.

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Still use your custom 2-1 system for the track?
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