Is two better then one?




Chango

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I have to start by saying I know very little about bikes! it might be very evident after this question. LOL! however this may be a dumb question but if I don't ask it then I will never know! I just got my busa last month best bike I ever owned no contest! It has a Micro full exhaust on it and sounds amazing! however It goes to one pipe. So here is my question. From what I understood about motors the more air in and out the more power! do we loose ponies by going to one pipe? ???
 

rubbersidedown

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I have to start by saying I know very little about bikes! it might be very evident after this question. LOL! however this may be a dumb question but if I don't ask it then I will never know! I just got my busa last month best bike I ever owned no contest! It has a Micro full exhaust on it and sounds amazing! however It goes to one pipe. So here is my question. From what I understood about motors the more air in and out the more power! do we loose ponies by going to one pipe? ???
No. You gain them.

RSD.
 

rubbersidedown

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All of the best horse power making exhaust systems are 4 into 1. Plus they are lighter. Do you have a micro exhaust? Or a Micron exhaust?

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1busa

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+1 to what Rubber said :beerchug: You'll find all the performance builds and drag guys run a 4 into 1 setup, they produce the most ponies. Guys that run duals are usually more into looks and the sound of a dual exhaust but #'s on a dyno don't lie nor does the added weight from another midpipe and exhaust can :whistle:
 

dadofthree

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Probably not a performance difference all things equal but you do gain weight loss with the single. A little more ground clearance on the clutch side :laugh:
 
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Yep hp they all produce similar gains but 1 obviously weighs less than 2 except if you have a titanium system 2 vs stainless 1
 

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