Looking for a pipe setup for better bottom end
Posted May 11, 2000 - 12:21 PM
Kevin, I think I went over the line with that one, in New Hampshire.
Posted May 11, 2000 - 04:06 PM
I personally feel this pipe offers the most flexibility of those I have tested. Only down side for me is it would not fit under my CF side panels, so I sold the setup to Robin in Montreal, CA.
The next pipe I will be evaluating is the Stroker SX-1 SA and I believe it will also be in the 96-98 db range if you keep the packing in place. This pipe is not tunable except for adding the quiet downturn tip. I believe my current tapered headpipe will fit the Stroker exhaust. Should have this done in the next couple of weeks.
The FMF Power Bomb header is still not availavle. So I have nothing new to report on the FMF PC-IV-2 with the power bomb header.
Posted May 12, 2000 - 04:23 AM
I was too looking for a pipe that boost the bottom end in a quiet way since I'll run it on road. I don't really care about top end exactly like you.
Question for Clark-> Generally speaking, with less disk we have, power curve is shifted down on the powerband but do the power (low end) goes up with less disk in low rpm? I'm planning to use yz timing and 8-10 disk with the quiet core to be totally stealth like the stock canadian pipe (dvp needle, top air box cover removed). Does it sound like a good setup or the quiet core and the 8 disks will strangle the yz timing?
Ask god to push the stop raining switch in Montreal please!