Trying figure out if these tyga slip ons are worth buying from tygausa.com
+1I run a Tyga full system with a Moto Maggot can on my NC35 track bike, it's great.
It'd be interesting to see mounted and dyno'd on an RC51, J.D Hord told me an RC31 with stock headers and a Tyga Moto Maggot makes 5 RWHP more in the mid range than the best selling available full system ... pretty impressive gains from a bike with a very modest power output.
One thing for sure ... they are L O U D.
Hmmm...the Tyga exhausts weigh the same as lead - is this your claim? They're not heavy - I have cans on the shelf - happy to weigh them for those that are interested! Of course, there is likely a *lead weight* somewhere on the planet that would match each exhaust, if that is your claim...They are heavy as a lead weight though just food for thought
i have the weights somewhere i will go look
please do- I have cans on the shelf - happy to weigh them
Here you go - The Maggot weighs 23.4 oz. (664 grams approx). Don't feel like digging out the triple beam for this at the moment - close enough though.please do
they are heavy VS other brands of similar style (say less then 700 grams)
you have your dog in this fight so i am sure your unbiased
I have had them in my hands( the maggots not pipes) before you even knew of them and i have weighed them and they are heavy vs other brands is all, now back to your sales pitch.
i have nothing to sell here i was just posting what i have found take it or leave it
Too bad you are still up to your old tricks.tell me about it i was old then, imagine now
+1Too bad you are still up to your old tricks.
As someone who sells a competing product you also "have a dog in this fight", so lets not try and mislead people by posting unfounded and derogatory claims as "just an opinion".
If you really think that it not reasonable for a stainless steel can of similar size to weight more than a can made of titanium, you need your head examined.