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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-26-2014, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone identify this exhaust? Any feedback on them?ImageUploadedByMotorcycle1411775770.238881.jpg


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-26-2014, 07:25 PM
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Looks like xBow.

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Xbow and it's garbage. Heavy as the stock stuff, quiet and no power gains.
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Giant exhaust for sure.

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Dustin- see your New thread on removing the baffles.

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post #7 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-28-2014, 11:59 AM
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XBow prob same weight as stock.
The baffles are easy to remove & you can cut them off in sections to get to the desired noise level if you want.

I have these pipes and they deff are not garbage.
But I removed the baffles completely and it sounds great & nice power gain.

You prob won't like them much unless you do something with the baffles.
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But I removed the baffles completely and it sounds great & nice power gain.
I don't know the exact science but it's a common misconception that removing baffles gives you more power- with no baffles there's no air pressure and it creates a vacuum, and you actually lose a little bit of power- not much but you do.

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The RPW slash pipes produce the most power next to the Bassani Road rage according to the dyno charts I have seen. The RPW baffle fits in the Xbow... I would yank the cats and fire the RPW baffles in and voila!
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I don't know the exact science but it's a common misconception that removing baffles gives you more power- with no baffles there's no air pressure and it creates a vacuum, and you actually lose a little bit of power- not much but you do.
Its called scavenging.
The pipes still have the Cats in the head pipes that creates plenty of back pressure.
I'm not an idiot I actually own the pipes and can guarantee there is more power with the baffles removed.
When I had no cats & no baffles is when the power went down.
Have you ever owned these pipes or done a back to back comparison of any pipes with the baffles & then removed them?
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