|11-09-2004, 01:04 PM||#16|
Joined: Nov 2004
Location: Colorado fire road wandering....
2 things that you've probably got identified.
Insure the lengths from the exhaust ports to the 2-1 collector is correct for your exhaust scavenging tunage... (note the industry term "tunage").
Insure the volume/flow of the muffler is large enough to prevent it from introducing too much added back pressure, changing the scavenging.
2-1-2 systems were designed that way to split the duties of handling such large exhaust pulses from a v-twin engine.
From my past experience with my RC51...
|11-09-2004, 01:37 PM||#17|
dangerous rider ?
Joined: Nov 2003
Location: Powder Springs GA
look at the 950 rally runs a 2 into one that i definately know
you know what i ride or you will learn
|11-09-2004, 02:23 PM||#18|
Joined: Oct 2004
[QUOTE=K2ride]Looking at the possibility of fabricating a two in one set up like the Dakar bikes:
Any ideas on what`s involved here?
- Materials to be used
- Carb & engine tuning
- Heat dissipation
1013 W. 18th St. P: 949-631-5120
Costa Mesa Ca, 92627 F: 949-631-3184
These guys do real high end stuff for NASCAR.
I asked them to make a two into one 1 1/2 in dia stainless steel section. Inside and ouside welds are smooth as a babies bottom!
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