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New titanium exhaust for 14

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by bac1023, Oct 5, 2006.

  1. bac1023

    bac1023

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    I installed the full Muzzy ti system along with a power commander. The sound and performance are awesome.

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    Looks much better than stock.
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    Looks awesome, great choice!
     
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    Very nice. I don't know why, but I like the look of single exhausts vs. duals. Here's mine:

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  6. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    I "had" a single exhaust once upon a time.:crying:

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    Single pipes (multi cylinder-into-1 pipes) usually do better with HP gains, especially with engines that can rev.
     
  8. bac1023

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    I always get single pipes. I don't think anyone even makes a full exhaust for my bike with dual pipes.

    My Aprilia RSVR will stay with dual pipes, but that's a twin.
     
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    I think that even on a V-twin (especially an Aprilia V-twin), the single pipe is still better albeit not as "cool" looking as dual pipes. Single pipe still allows for better top end. Supposedly dual pipes are better for mid-range, but mid-range on my older Tuono was plenty fat enough to do damage in.

    I do notice that my older Tuono with the single race pipe made a heck of a lot more noise than my new Tuono with the dual pipes. Go figure.
     
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    I think that's the first shot I've seen of your smashed bike. I'm crying right along with you. :crying:
     
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    That is because duals on I4s are dumb. A twin is one thing (even then they make better HP with a 2 into 1, but not as much more as an I4), but an I4 needs a 4 into 1. I think put duals on I4s sometimes from the factory to cut down on noise and emissions. Possibly also because they think it makes the bike look more "balanced" and to give room for things like a passenger and saddlebags. On the race reps they go with what works best (4 into 1).

    What I am trying to say is that your bike needed that. It makes it look and I am sure run a WHOLE lot better.