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post #1 of 24 Old 02-17-2005, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
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Which full system Ti-force or Sato

I had my mind made up and was going with the Ti-force but I have been reading alot of good things about the Sato even the s/o is making good power with the kyle map. I need all the hp i can get the group of guys that I ride with they all ride gsx-r1000 and busa and I am the only zx-10r in the group so I know everyone is going to come after me. If you guys and gals can post some hp # or chart that would be great. Other mods I plan to make are:

pc3usb
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and maybe the dyno jet quick shifter
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post #2 of 24 Old 02-17-2005, 07:25 PM
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Well ya got a solid list of mods to make the take down of those g1k's and busses thats fo sho! As for which pipe is superior i'm not sure but i suspect the performance, quality and such is fairly comparable if that helps.

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That is funny that you are looking at the two pipes I have been looking at also...(since I can't tame the power it has out of the box I still have stock modded). Straight line is no problem it is just in the curves I don't need any more. In the future I will be buying one of the two that you are talking about...right now I am leaning toward the TI Force but I will wait and see what everyone says. IMO both exhaust are top of the line.
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Shouldn't need any or that to smoke the zuks!


But Id go with the Ti Force. Check out SP8's bike. It looks alot better than that skinny lookin sato.
Considering the HP, and quality is equivilant.




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I'm partial to the Sato.. the numbers they've shown are pretty impressive. Ask Ballsup about his Sato. I don't think he's got any regrets, although I think he had some fitting problems.
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Both pipes are great. And at the prices that were offering them at its hard to go wrong on either one. If you go with sato i can give you a map that will get you started and you can go from there.

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Sato is I think 3 lbs lighter isn't it slava? And you can get the sato in oval, you dont have to get round. I thought there was some discussion about this a bit ago. Dont forget about the new carbon aratas
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Sato is I think 3 lbs lighter isn't it slava? And you can get the sato in oval, you dont have to get round. I thought there was some discussion about this a bit ago. Dont forget about the new carbon aratas
your correct on all points above.
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Sato is I think 3 lbs lighter isn't it slava? And you can get the sato in oval, you dont have to get round. I thought there was some discussion about this a bit ago. Dont forget about the new carbon aratas
3 pounds lighter than what? Here are some pics of my Tiforce. I got 9hp out of it.

Also check this link of a pre-install review by me.
http://www.bikeland.org/board/viewth...D=19&TID=14558




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Sato is I think 3 lbs lighter isn't it slava? And you can get the sato in oval, you dont have to get round. I thought there was some discussion about this a bit ago. Dont forget about the new carbon aratas
Just so I am clear and well informed....are you talking about a slip on or full system when you say it is three pounds lighter? cause I thought the TI full was nine pounds total and that would make the sato, well..............worth buying at six pounds.
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