ystems and 5 slip ons
I dont have any dyno charts, they went to the people who oned the bikes... I couldn't believe it either, but im not stupid, Ive been around race bikes for awhile now and know what does and doesnt work on motor setups and the fact is..that kawi just has built a great header on those bikes and i wouldn't touch it. All i know is next season, i could put any exhaust i want to on my 636 for racing, and im gonna run an akro slip on due to the fit and finish of the acros ( i crashed on my acro 4 times this season and it has a few dents ( my hindles used to just destroy themselves if id lowside the bike on em.....but most of the slipons were gettin within 2 h.p. of one anotherOriginally posted by Rodan
Yes, please post some dyno charts. That's quite a statement, and VERY interesting if true, but I think we'd like to see some numbers to back it up....
Originally posted by dj dunzie
Something's not right there. I won't say you're incorrect or lying but...
Superbike Magazine (UK) tested the 636 with an Akrapovic full-ti slip-on AND a PCIII gained just under 4hp over the stock system.
Wan2Fly from this forum gained 9hp with an Evo and a PCIII. Sportrider tested an Evo on a 6R and gained... 9 horsepower. The dyno shop I refer to in a nearby city has done two 636's and gained "about" 10 horsepower (1 on the Race system, 1 on the Evo). I spoke with a rider at a track day who added an Evo to a 6RR who said he gained 11hp.
For the record, Tony Meiring and Tommy Hayden went with Evo full systems, as did Fabien Foret.
We never tested a full Acro, just the slip on..the full systems we did test though were the full Hindle, the Full Micron, the Full muzzy, the full m4...and thats what i can remember off the top of my head.....compared to every slipon we did, those full systems were lower
Please post dyno charts.