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post #1 of 36 Old 01-10-2005, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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Slip/on Vs Full .....yea i know another pipe story

Ok i just read the other post about HP that slipons are making,

so answer me this please
What Hp are:

Arata Slip ons making?=
Arata Full system?=

Arrow Slip ons making?=
Arrow Full system?=

Ackropovich slip ons making?=
Ack Full evo 1?=
Ack Full evo 2?=
I was going to get a full system but for 1/3rd the cost it sounds like slip ons are producing
2/3rds the Hp of Full

with that math i might get a slip on....
I can use all the HP for the WFO runs so top end is a must.....

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I think you're going to see numbers all over the spectrum for both slip ons and full systems.

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I can use all the HP for the WFO runs so top end is a must.....
If top end is a must, you must have a full system.

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I was going to get a full system but for 1/3rd the cost it sounds like slip ons are producing 2/3rds the Hp of Full.....
Bang for the buck has got to be a quality slip on.
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Arata said that kawi has a great head pipe on the 10. Not alot of difference in power or weight.


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I think if ur gonna keep it mostly under 10k then go with a nice slip on. If ur gonna be mostly on the tach above 10k then get the full system. I remember Dan Kyle dynoing the Sato slip on doin better than the full system right up to 10k.

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Looks like Miykl did his homework!




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not wanting to hijack sir von's post.........my stupid question of the week is what is the difference between a slip on and a bolt on
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a slip on goes behind the exaust valve and includes a mid pipe. a bolt on bolts behind the factory mid pipe
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not wanting to hijack sir von's post.........my stupid question of the week is what is the difference between a slip on and a bolt on
Ahhhhhhhhhhhh ive been hijacked lol lol.....


I was hoping the difference in gain was small so that i can save some money and get a slipon.... but i have to say i do keep my rpms above 10K and I am looking for more top end..!

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