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Old 01-13-2011, 04:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm back with great news for you power seekers. With new fresh snow fall and a full Dynoport exhaust system ( y-pipe,big volume single, and can) on my sled testing has began. I have now got 120 miles on the sled both trail and off trail and all i can say is this exhaust really performs with much more mid range power and anuff top end to please all. Power feels great with rpms at 8050-8150 with 68g wieghts much more throttle response and no fuel changes have been made I am not useing any fuel programmers and with plug checks often evrything has checked out great. System bolts on with great fit and finish just like orignal with no mods. I have not set off any det lights no misfire's no check engine lights nothing just good reliable power from Rich's exhaust system's. I do have the ethonal plug installed with 93 pump fuel in the tank.

No clutch changes have been made but setup stock seems to perform very well I will be spending more time there when I get better snow conditions. Systems are now available to order and I am sure you will be very happy with your purchase.
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No clutch changes = no extra power. Glad you like the sound.
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I'm back with great news for you power seekers. With new fresh snow fall and a full Dynoport exhaust system ( y-pipe,big volume single, and can) on my sled testing has began. I have now got 120 miles on the sled both trail and off trail and all i can say is this exhaust really performs with much more mid range power and anuff top end to please all. Power feels great with rpms at 8050-8150 with 68g wieghts much more throttle response and no fuel changes have been made I am not useing any fuel programmers and with plug checks often evrything has checked out great. System bolts on with great fit and finish just like orignal with no mods. I have not set off any det lights no misfire's no check engine lights nothing just good reliable power from Rich's exhaust system's. I do have the ethonal plug installed with 93 pump fuel in the tank.

No clutch changes have been made but setup stock seems to perform very well I will be spending more time there when I get better snow conditions. Systems are now available to order and I am sure you will be very happy with your purchase.
What kind of elevation are you riding ... pretty much a flat lander, or are you in higher elevations? All of this with only a weight change in the clutches? Does Rich have suggestions for other changes - like spring combos?

Thanks for the report - it's great start to hear Dynoport's having good success already with this stuff!
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Sounds much better than your air compressor why don't you rush down to jiffy lube and get the air changed in your head.


1000-2000ft elavation. No spring changes yet as I wanted a starting point with the stock clutching. It's not over reving so i am not changing wieght's yet. I will be meeting up with Rich at his next SHCRA event to test and do any needed clutch changes!

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Are you running 68s because stock is 66s if you are pulling 68s it must have more power.
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I'll second that!! LMFAO!!!
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No clutch changes = no extra power. Glad you like the sound.


But it's true!! No clutching changes = no extra power
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Dynoport or slp both are a great product ,I wouldn't go for any other brand !
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But it's true!! No clutching changes = no extra power
He added 2 grams of weight to be at the right RPM. Thats on par with adding an slp pipe or a fuel controller on the old cfi.
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