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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-13-2001, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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Talking RC-51 Slip-On Exhaust!

Jardine Exhaust here. Here are some pics and a dyno graph of our new RC-51 High Slip-On Exhaust. We redesigned it to offer even more clearance for your boots and hopefully squeeze out a little more power. Hope you love it.


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D'oh! Takes me a while to figure out what's going on.
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Any comments on the pipes? Any others you would like to see? I have a GSXR-1000R coming within a week.
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Any comments on the pipes? Any others you would like to see? I have a GSXR-1000R coming within a week.
Yes. They look awesome ! Just my opinion though.... Anyone else ?
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Any comments on the pipes? Any others you would like to see?
IMO, they look great. How about a hi-mount for a CBR929RR?
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How about a hi-mount for a CBR929RR?
We have a half system that makes about 5hp and a bolt-on that makes a little less, but no high mount right now. As for the future, who knows, maybe??
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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-16-2001, 02:14 PM
 
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Couple thoughts for you.
1) That RC ever seen a burnout?
2) You guys working on the lack of midrange or is the pipe intended for low and top end? Just seems kind of flat.
3) Those pipes look sharp, like the new logo, big improvement.
4) Yall making any effort for Ducati pipes? 900SS pipes?
5)Since you are in the inndustry, can you make any recommendation on pipes for a 900SS?
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post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-16-2001, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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2) You guys working on the lack of midrange or is the pipe intended for low and top end? Just seems kind of flat.
3) Those pipes look sharp, like the new logo, big improvement.
4) Yall making any effort for Ducati pipes? 900SS pipes?
5)Since you are in the inndustry, can you make any recommendation on pipes for a 900SS?
When it comes to building high pipes a lot of the time you have to sacrifice some power (due to the added length in the exhaust system) for looks. It might not look like much but it does make a difference. See the following graph for the standard slip-ons for the RC-51:

This pipe makes much more midrange and a little more on the top end. Sorry about the soft limiter spikes. We didn't bypass the limiter when we did the dyno run like on the high slip-ons. As far as your 900ss, I'd hate to say it but LeoVinci looks like they might have something for you.
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-16-2001, 06:10 PM
 
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Interesting about the loss of power due to exhaust length on the high pipes, learn something new everyday.
Thanks on the Leos as well.
Seems like the regulars pipes have more of a "useable" improvement. RCjohn would appreciate the low end improvement since his shift point is around 4000 rpm.
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