Ordered my exhaust today....



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  • 2000WR400

Posted August 19, 2000 - 10:13 AM

#1

I got the White bros Tapered Head pipe, and the aluminum Promeg silencer. Is this going to give me good power all threw the range? I know the Tapered pipe is for low to mid and I thought the Promeg was for Mid to top, So, I should get some all threw the bottom to the top. Anyone else have this exact setup, I would like some opnions before it gets here. Thanks in advance for any comments. Nick

  • Bryan

Posted August 19, 2000 - 11:55 AM

#2

That is basically the same setup I bought from Clark. I have the Titanium tapered head pipe and the carbon fiber Pro Meg e-series. Your thoughts on the performance of the tapered head pipe on the low end and the pro meg on the high end was what Clark had in mind too.

I would say I have to agree. It certainly smoothed out the power band. It also seemed to give it a little more low end grunt. I found myself bringing the front end up with only throttle in terrain it used to just spin when I had the stock pipe with no baffle. Yes, I have YZ timing.

I can't wait to see what you think and if you agree.

Bryan...

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  • 2000WR400

Posted August 20, 2000 - 05:45 AM

#3

Bryan,

What did you go with on your jetting? I live in Mi. I have 170 main in currently, baffle and air box lid off, stop cut. I think we are somewere around sea level. Not sure though. Thanks, Nick

  • Bryan

Posted August 20, 2000 - 06:28 AM

#4

I'm running YZ timing at 6000 to 13000 feet so my jetting would be different than yours.
However, last month in Missouri I ran a 180 main, DVP needle at clip #5, and 48 pilot. I also tried a 185 main and the bike ran fine but I didn't really notice much more power over the 180 main.

Bryan...




 
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