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post #31 of 39 Old 07-13-2019, 03:45 AM
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please post that dyno chart
I already did somewhere.

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I already did somewhere.
From my quick search, you posted 3 dyno sheets (all of which look nice) but not the one with the 162 hp and 89 lb-ft numbers. THAT`s the one we want to see (I do anyhow)
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i tickled pink with my 138 hp in stock form ,,,,i know they say 145... i believe its its closer to 138 other stock runs i seen where in the high 130s those are the ones i believe
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Here are my stats with the yoshi...i ha e just had it mapped at P3 but was mapped elsewhere beforehand...both had full yoshi system on..just had k+n put in too at P3
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Problem with the Arrow headers is the midrange dip in power. Arrows are basically a "4 into 1" design. Good for top end, but the M4's have the longer secondary pipes "4 into 2 into 1" that boost midrange reducing the dip. I have owned the Arrows.
Opposite experience here. Full Arrow system with Dale Walker’s Holeshot tune. My bike flies with power building from 3,500rpm and just screams from 7,000rpm.
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Yes of course it “screams”! Bike is an animal. This motor is a beast above 7,000 rpm, but the weakness is between 3,500 and 7,000 rpm. Unless you have experienced both types of headers, you have nothing to compare to.

As long as you are happy, all good!
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Yes of course it “screams”! Bike is an animal. This motor is a beast above 7,000 rpm, but the weakness is between 3,500 and 7,000 rpm. Unless you have experienced both types of headers, you have nothing to compare to.

As long as you are happy, all good!
Haven’t compared them against each other, no. But compared to the stock headers, there was no drop in power, just an aggressive, continuous build until 7,000. Then, catapult release.
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A new exhaust system and remap will be my winter project, currently considering the Lextek option as its good value and a YouTube guy did a review and the finish and quality were well up to scratch. Plus it gives many tailpipe options and being an old school 90s type of guy the carbon silencer is my kinda thing.
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Here are my stats with the yoshi...i ha e just had it mapped at P3 but was mapped elsewhere beforehand...both had full yoshi system on..just had k+n put in too at P3
Disappointing hole in the curve there 5-7000 rpm.
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