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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-07-2006, 01:18 AM
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Looks Nice Scott! I was waiting to see a pic of the gold rearsets on a silver framed RC.

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Thumbs up Dan traded me the ti for c/f lows and my tuner agrees

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I'm just running the map from DK when I got my Sato TI oval low mounts.
Same map/Same flow :twocents

I just went out to my shop and measured 19.75 for can length yours do appear stout ?


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Same map/Same flow :twocents

I just went out to my shop and measured 19.75 for can length yours do appear stout ?
Actually the map has nothing to do with the amount of air an exhaust can flow and since the Sato lows left can inside diameter is 1/2" smaller then the right it is more restrictive which adds more back pressure. The Sato Banzai mufflers are both the same size inside so there is less restriction which will allow for more air to pass through.

Also I'm running the stock size Sato Banzai mufflers which are around 4 inches shorter then the stock Sato low mount mufflers THESE HAVE NOT BEEN CUT!


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Also I'm running the stock size Sato Banzai mufflers which are around 4 inches shorter then the stock Sato low mount mufflers THESE HAVE NOT BEEN CUT!

I thought I explained this for you on the first page so you wouldnt have to again. It seems people these days are either too lazy to actually read posts or they read them and dont comprehend.

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sooooo, how did you cut them off?
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post #26 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-09-2006, 01:17 AM
 
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I guess after I ordered that setup from you and sent you the pics after install, you could not resist and had toget the same as mine

Good looking bike though.......almost as nice as mine

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Talking Looks Better Stout

I just went out to my shop and measured 19.75 for can length yours do appear stout ?[/QUOTE]

Allow me to rephrase the post

I just went out to my shop and measured 19.75 for can length yours do appear stout


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I just put on my new Sato Ti low mounts with Sato carbon Banzai mufflers, and they were 1LB lighter and sound sweet, midrange seems a little better too.
I hate you Scott for showing some that beautiful!! I hate you...

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I hate you Scott for showing some that beautiful!! I hate you...
I love you too
I will have to get a better camera so I can post up a lot better photos after the rest of my parts get here and get put on the bike, man I hate waiting for parts.


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Nice looking bike Scott, I like the wheels
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looks freakin beautiful man... must be nice to own a parts shop


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