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Anyone have info on the Erion full exhaust for a 2002 RC51.. I went to their website but there was hardly any info.. I'm looking into a full system for my bike. Thanks in advance.
 
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Re: Erion full exhaust? (mikeybikey)

Just curious but have you checked out Rogue's site on full system vs. slip on?

Thats an interesting article and it seems the author believes that a full system isn't really worth it unless you're going to do further mods to your bike. Just may want to check that out...

I'm probably just going to go for slipons once I'm finished with the rest of the work needed on my bike.
 
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has anyone used or have any experience with the erion full system? pics would be a plus. I have the cash to get the satl standard/ low mounts from DK but I also would like to look into a full system erion.
 
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..and yes I've read the Rouge write up on exhaust options but it was not that informative to me..
 
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Re: (mikeybikey)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by mikeybikey »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">..and yes I've read the Rouge write up on exhaust options but it was not that informative to me..</TD></TR></TABLE>

The article is pretty conclusive. In general a full systems is of no benifit unless your doing internal mods. http://www.rc51.org/dyno/2-1.htm

 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
unless you are looking to save weight and limit the cost of repalcement cans. if you crash you have a 50% chance of not getting one side. also a jardine 2-1 can be had for $400 and that can be nice for track junkies
 
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Re: (mrgrn)

and for the record who spends time below 6000 rpms? not me. common knowledge is that the RC likes to spin
and makes the best power in the upper range not the lower.
 
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i agree mrgrn, but look how many people spend $1000-$1300 bucks for a set of slip-on's and get a whopping 3 more horsepower on top
 
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