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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 10-07-2015, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Default Building 2 into 1 exhaust out of factory system. Need Dyno donation $$

Project now Top Secret due to negative feedback! Haha

My bike will be Dynoed only after the VicBaggers intake now only and I will gladly post up the graphs. But now you won't know if gains or losses were caused by the exhaust mods or intake mods.

I was going to have it ran with the loyds intake ( before I install the VicBaggers intake ) to help others but why should I eat that $$ and Dyno my bike twice for #s that don't mean shit to me? I guess I'm the asshole for trying to be helpful.

I will keep my info and ideas to my self from now on the rest of you can keep paying for ugly overpriced exhaust systems and enjoy the heat they provide you!

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You have a $20K+ motorcycle with dollars upon dollars of upgrades and you're looking for TEN $20 donations?

Wow....good luck.

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You have a $20K+ motorcycle with dollars upon dollars of upgrades and you're looking for TEN $20 donations?

Wow....good luck.
fucking really ..... I almost spit my coffee when I read this. Especially from the guy that wrote this in another thread
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and $$ isn't a problem for me but I hate to waste it!
Hunt...why don't you be a good dubbie and an upstanding member of this Vic community by posting your before and after dyno results that you have to have done anyway.

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I paid a lot of money for a tune and shared it with many on this forum for free ... BUT , I can see his point to a degree as he is changing his intake system and why dyno before and after , However , I disagree with the premise of asking for the donations for such information ...
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I think those big city thunder baffles will cause you issues....

At least they did on my setup....
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Project - Build 2 into 1 out of factory system have it coated by Jet Hot to help reduce temps! Try to keep the cost of project under $500.00 and hopefully better than anything else out there.

Im willing to Dyno tune This project if I can get 10 people to donate $20.00. This info will be for those interested in doing this mod so you know just how it will affect your bike before you destroy your factory system.

I'm installing the VicBaggers backbone so my Dyno# won't be much help to anyone with the different intake and I'm not wasting $300.00 just to have to re Dyno it again. So if this mod interests you I will Dyno it before I change the intake. I just had the bike Dynoed with all mods in my sig a few months ago so I will have before and after results for you $20.00 isn't much to loose for knowing exactly what to expect out of it.

What I'm doing is

1) Cutting off the crossover pipe under the bike and welding a patch over it. This makes it a true 2 into 1 now.

(Step 1 completed cost $60.00 at muffler shop with 02 sensor plugs)

2) Remove the catalytic converter and instal a Big City Thunder QQ baffle- to keep back pressure and hopefully not loose any torque that comes with removing the cat's. Torque loss has been proven by KevinX

(Step 2 parts ordered today cost $80.00 shipped with free t shirt)

3) Send out to Jet Hot for coating. There have been tests that show the coating reduces temps by at least 40%. This and the removal of the cat should make for a much cooler ride.

(Step 3 sent pics and info to Jet Hot today for estimate)

4) Re install my Noemtz Magna pipes. One of the reasons I chose to do this mod was I liked the sound of my current slipon's and I think It will be able to out perform the Bassiani Road Rage 2 into 1 system. The other reason is that I like the looks of the stock system and heat shields the aftermarket systems just don't look right to me.


If you are interested in doing this and willing to pitch in post up here and once we get 10 then I will post up my Paypal address. Again not looking for handouts as I will be paying for my own Dyno when the VicBaggers backbone is installed.

Pic of crossover removed and patch plate welded on.
Co-worker did steps 1 and 2 but he did cams. 115hp 117tq so it works, I just saved you 100's of $$.

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the tq loss by the removal of the cats is in the cruising and every day usage rpm ranges. squatch had dynos done with impressive numbers both with and without cats and the touring cams.

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and i would rather see dyno comparisons with where your bike is now, no tune, then after its all done, dyno pulls just to see what you have can be done some times for around $50

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I think if I was in such desperation to pleade for $200 to mod my bike, I'd sell the thing first and take care of my family with the proceeds.

Good luck and may God bless the OP.
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Haha this is great!

First off I'm quite well off $$ wise and didn't get there by wasting $$.
I walked in and paid for my bike with hundred dollar bills (Boom) and gave my Cross Roads to my dad at the same time! I'm also putting about 5 grand into the bike as we speak. So it's safe to say I can afford to pay for my own shit!!!!!

I didn't expect to see such negative feedback I was sure there would be at least one or two assholes that couldn't read!

This dyno would do me no good I was trying to give info to others who may want to try this mod. I would gladly pay someone $20.00 than waste a bunch of time and $$ not knowing the outcome for the possibility that I could have a better or just as good performing exhaust while reducing heat for the rider and passanger.

So as it stands just let this thread die and I will just do my Dyno after the VicBaggers backbone/intake is done then I will post up my #s.

Dtmmil - I see no point in just doing a single pull? What would that prove that I changed somthing and and the bike is not propperly tuned now? I was wanting to give others exact info on what to expect on a propperly tuned bike with this mod.

Have a good day and Kiss my ass!! Lol

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