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Muzzy STD VS Muzzy Pro.

I have a DFR 840 kit and was looking at getting a muzzy exhaust. Is there a big difference between the standard and the pro? What are the pros to the Pro version?
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Better flow for the 840.
Supposed to be a bit cooler too.
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Better flow for the 840.
Supposed to be a bit cooler too.
Totally agree. I would not think twice, go pro for that kit. Cooler, quieter and slightly more power



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Totally agree. I would not think twice, go pro for that kit. Cooler, quieter and slightly more power
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Just wondering if you think a BBK is in your future would going directly to Pro pipes be feasible or are there restrictions with a stock motor. Just curious but is there a significant price difference?

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Sorry for the Highjack.
Just wondering if you think a BBK is in your future would going directly to Pro pipes be feasible or are there restrictions with a stock motor. Just curious but is there a significant price difference?
There is a slight gain even with stock engine and there is only about a $60 difference with us



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There is a slight gain even with stock engine and there is only about a $60 difference with us
Thanks Todd. Kind of doesn't make much sense buying anything else but then. At least you have the option available when BBK time comes around. Would it be a different curve on MSD for the Pros then?

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Thanks Todd. Kind of doesn't make much sense buying anything else but then. At least you have the option available when BBK time comes around. Would it be a different curve on MSD for the Pros then?
Not on a stock engine, you could tweak it but you would never feel the difference and it won't hurt anything.



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Tested the Pro v/s Standard Muzzy in real life run. Four Stoke Tech had the same results. The standard on a straight line drag the bike would be slightly quicker than the pros until the very top end 70mph plus. Standard Muzzy shinned more going uphill. The pros will pull more HP on the Dyno but not in the real world unless you are reving really HIGH more than 9500 RPM's. These test were on 840's we have two to test and play on since we actually own them. The pro's do run a little cooler and have a diffrent sound, a little quieter .. Standards have more of a small block chevy sound and the pro's a little more racey sound.

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I think I read that the pros would shine a little more on the 840s with the bigger tbs and bigger valves and head work, but I guess that goes with what you said being that thoes mods would probally increase rpms on the high side.

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Tested the Pro v/s Standard Muzzy in real life run. Four Stoke Tech had the same results. The standard on a straight line drag the bike would be slightly quicker than the pros until the very top end 70mph plus. Standard Muzzy shinned more going uphill. The pros will pull more HP on the Dyno but not in the real world unless you are reving really HIGH more than 9500 RPM's. These test were on 840's we have two to test and play on since we actually own them. The pro's do run a little cooler and have a diffrent sound, a little quieter .. Standards have more of a small block chevy sound and the pro's a little more racey sound.
Guess my thinking is if your going to lay that kind of coin down might as well make a smart buying decision if it makes sense down the road. Just by spending some time on here I have a feeling a BBK is in my future. So why not buy the right exhaust right now and be ready for what's coming up. Trying to do the same with all my mods so far.

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