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What do you think of Yoshimura's new Teryx Slip-on?

It is a slip-on with pipes that loop then connect with the factory header pipes.



I would think the extra pipe would help keep the noise down.

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I think it will sound and fit good but probably won't gain much power.

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I think it will sound and fit good but probably won't gain much power.
That was m first thought. The exhaust from the front pipe has a long ways to travel behind it exits.
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It definitely looks good.

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After testing the gibson slip on, I think the power is made in the pipes.



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Todd, Not quite sure what you meant when you said, "the power is made in the pipes." I know you've said in the past that 2 into 1 into 2 like Muzzy is usually the best for power, so would we also assume that 2 into 1 can also make a big improvement only if the pipes are the right length & diameter. After that, the muffler(s) can only improve or negate somewhat from that power. Hope I worded this correctly.
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I was saying that, I really don't think any slip on is going to do much because the difference in power appears to come from the pipe before the muffler not the muffler so much.

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I was saying that, I really don't think any slip on is going to do much because the difference in power appears to come from the pipe before the muffler not the muffler so much.

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Todd, I understand what you're saying with regards to the most notible difference came from the pipes rather than the slip on. First, I admit I'm an old 2 stroke guy racer so 4 strokes baffle me some times. Anyway, is the major improvement in the 'pipes' portion the unequal lengths? I got the impression that the Yoshi's slip on tried to account for the equaling out the lengths or atleast that's what it appears they are trying to do i the picture.

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Todd, I understand what you're saying with regards to the most notible difference came from the pipes rather than the slip on. First, I admit I'm an old 2 stroke guy racer so 4 strokes baffle me some times. Anyway, is the major improvement in the 'pipes' portion the unequal lengths? I got the impression that the Yoshi's slip on tried to account for the equaling out the lengths or atleast that's what it appears they are trying to do i the picture.

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If I understand what Todd is saying, I will run down to my shed and get a photo of the stock head pipes next to the Muzzy's and you will see the major difference. The Muzzy's are much larger diameter. I think this is what Todd is saying.

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Crash,

I am waiting on the system to come in now.



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