Just curious -- why do you need an aftermarket exhaust?OhioM109R said:I see people are selling exhaust systems for our bike, but they aren't even out yet???? I am in need of an aftermarket exhaust, bad. How soon can we expect to see some ready to ship??
This is not always true, designing pipes is not just putting a big hole for gas to exit.Â Look closer at your 109r exaust it has some very unique design items in them.Â One is a crossover pipe or the 2 into 1 into 2 they talk about in the marketing bable, it also has a valve to create back pressure at low power.slickdj96 said:Your post on the air kit shows a improvement just by opening up the intake side of things. If you open up the exit side of things (pipes) you will get even more performance out of your bike. Stock pipes are designed to look good and pass emission laws, not make the most power.
I'd be pretty shocked if this turned out to be true. More likely, once you realize the additional power from the intakes, there may only be a few additional ponies to be had from aftermarket exhaust. Of course, I could be way off. There is only one way to find out, I guess.OMEGA said:I'll hapily eat my crow if I'm wrong about this, but I'll bet we will see just as dramatic a gain from the right pipe as was realized by the intakes once it is mapped, by creating so much more airflow we will need a bunch more fuel to get the ratio right.