Gotta brag, but have some questions too...
Posted March 26, 2005 - 07:47 PM
Posted March 26, 2005 - 11:04 PM
Posted March 26, 2005 - 11:32 PM
BTW, what this "ask my tech" deal? Do it yourself and you'll learn volumes...SC
Yes, this is very true. I can now pretty much take my TT-R 250 apart and put it back together with my eyes closed!!
Posted March 27, 2005 - 12:12 AM
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Posted April 03, 2005 - 09:06 PM
Thanks clark that seemed to fix er up. I went for my first real ride today since getting my new pipe and all I can say is AWESOME. I really liked the new sound, deep and not too loud. I did order the quiet cap for public lands riding and it does make it alittle quieter but not a ton. The power seems great as always but maybe alittle more responsive. Pulling the steeper hills the power was just endless.
First thing, make sure the clamp is very tight on the new muffler. Any leak between it and the header will cause popping.
It seems that it is not as obnoxious as a stocker uncorked, but it is still about that loud, just a deeper more YZ type sound. The quiet cap helps, but is not near as quiet as a GYTR quiet insert for the stockers. The info 'says' it is supposed to meet all USFS regs with the spark arrestor and quiet cap. I dont have a tester and we never ever get tested up here so I am not sure. It was well worth the money for me.
I was thinking of picking up an aluminum version of this pipe. as far as the sound , is it really loud ? i realize they have the quiet end cap avaliable, but i was wondering how loud it is..stock.
Yeah I am sure you are right. I just couldnt pass up the price they gave me, not to mention the looks. I guess I will just hope for the best.
I dont think carbon fibre is good for off road as past experience says it, non shock resistant material
Posted April 04, 2005 - 05:47 AM
Congrats on the pipe, I love mine too.. Huge power gains everywhere and not as loud as I thought it would be.. The quiet cap will be a great addition to your gear bag...