I didnt like the way the hotseat pipe fit my prox , I ended up with a slp single.... Runs good , jetting is fairly easy to set up. To get more power then stock it needs to be set up very close to lean , I put a tempaflow on with the pipe. The slp pipe fits very good , but you must use the foil tape on the back side of the hood. its slightly louder then stock , nothing like some aftermarket cans! deep rumble
Originally posted by DanaProXR800@Oct 12 2005, 02:42 PM I have a SLP pipe and can on my XR 800, and I am running stock 450 jets. Would I be safe running 440's out on the lake when I am racing? Thanks
Originally posted by DanaProXR800@Oct 12 2005, 05:42 PM I have a SLP pipe and can on my XR 800, and I am running stock 450 jets. Would I be safe running 440's out on the lake when I am racing? Thanks
just dont run it clamped to the bar for more then 1000' on really cold days/night.
If all you do is ride around Coleman and that area you should be fine with 440's... you have a base hight of about 1000' min and it rises to just over 2300' at little diamond pond. keep a close eye on your midrange wash if you drop the mains , theres some long trails that you can just hold it at 50~55 mph with out letting off or getting a ticket.... I talked to a GREENIE at the grass drags last weekend he said they dont ticket unless your over 62 or its very busy on the trails. :div20:
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