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It keeps me up at night with laughter I imagine that troll has a terribly small pen15. I obviously have a behemoth of a pen15 as my bike is 280whp (276whp sae) which means it goes from xxx to xxx in xxx can't wait to hit the local scooter meet to show off
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I really like the Vandemon exhaust but please do explain how?

I to believe the system you are running has 43mm headers? with potentially 54mm link pipes? with a smaller diameter Muffler less then say 70mm?
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I've decided I'm lame and need to get out on it more! Rob, will be interested to hear your thoughts, Brock does the same, makes it less aggressive and I hear the 2016 is supposedly less aggressive in the first place. For me I think I'm talking fly by wire / throttle travel / hardware rather than something that can be tuned out but maybe that's just me. Again after the ride at the weekend it made me realise how different the H2 throttle feels compared to previous rides. I'm going to quit bitching but please keep me updated with your thoughts if you make changes guys. PS that made me grin Nola, can't beat a dyno pissing contest


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I to believe the system you are running has 43mm headers? with potentially 54mm link pipes? with a smaller diameter Muffler less then say 70mm?
I have no clue but would still like to know how switching from a Brocks exhaust to a Vandemon exhaust would gain me 2 tenths in the 1/4mile? Serious question btw cause we are always chasing tenths in drag racing
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To gain 2 tenths at that speed you will need to be spraying and even then traction and aeros may be an issue. I think it was just a figure of speech from mickO.
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To gain 2 tenths at that speed you will need to be spraying and even then traction and aeros may be an issue. I think it was just a figure of speech from mickO.
Thats what I'm hoping but making statements like that without a LoL or JP at the end means that you actually believe what you just said. I like the Vandemon exhaust its a nice piece but I dont think its much if anything to gain by switching from anything other than a stock can.
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I think if you plan on running more than just "de-restriction" the vandemon will offer improvements where they are to be had. As you well know, knocking 2 tenths off a 15 second bike may be relatively easy but off a bike doing 8's?? Low 8's and late 7's are as good as a million miles apart. Will be nice to see the first h2 do it though and I'm sure it will
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I have no clue but would still like to know how switching from a Brocks exhaust to a Vandemon exhaust would gain me 2 tenths in the 1/4mile? Serious question btw cause we are always chasing tenths in drag racing
For the same reason Kawasaki chose to use the specs we replicated from there own H2R more heat out less thermal loading on engine parts and more air in which for guys like yourself running supercharger gears more air pressure and higher RPM then stock our exhaust comes into its own. Will it get into the 7's i dont know but it will work better then what you have.
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For the same reason Kawasaki chose to use the specs we replicated from there own H2R more heat out less thermal loading on engine parts and more air in which for guys like yourself running supercharger gears more air pressure and higher RPM then stock our exhaust comes into its own. Will it get into the 7's i dont know but it will work better then what you have.
Hey if thats your sales pitch run it. So you are the maker of the Vandemon exhaust? If so can we get a picture like the one that was posted showing the calipers measuring the outer diameter but this time showing the inner diameter instead? Been trying to get the inner diameter for awhile now.
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Hey if thats your sales pitch run it. So you are the maker of the Vandemon exhaust? If so can we get a picture like the one that was posted showing the calipers measuring the outer diameter but this time showing the inner diameter instead? Been trying to get the inner diameter for awhile now.
Tube size is taken from the O/D! OEM and others use 43-44mm O/D tube size we use 48+ mm O/D with same wall thickness i will let you do the maths
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