Another Advantage you could mention...
Now that the pipe doesn't reach around the rear shock to feed the left side muffler, the rear shock will run cooler.Which means ...well you know.
questions though. And I'm not trying to be a smart ar$e.
1.The modification means the pipe joins at an oblique angle. What (if anything) does this mean in terms of it's tuned length?
To go some way in answering my own question,I know this happens after the h-pipe, and your dyno readings don't show a problem.(edit. the picture on the website doesn't have the h-pipe but the one at the start of the thread does)
2. Was there a temptation the run a larger dia. pipe after the join to allow greater flow?
you might pick up some of those lost top end ponies, as the joint has 950cc' of volume thru 475cc of pipe, if you know what I mean.
And once again to answer my own question, it's tidy, and with the same dia. pipe the standard can fits.
Keltic Kiwi screwed with this post 05-17-2008 at 02:36 AM