05-13-2008, 09:22 AM #1
Hey guys, just wondering what exactly does stock, double, triple piped mean. I hear about how fast certain machines can go that are triple piped, but really have no idea what this is. Thanks
05-13-2008, 11:54 AM #2
Most all OEM skis come with single pipe.
When the aftermarket makes pipes they will make a pipe for each cly for better tuning.
3 cly = triple pipe
2 cly= twin pipes
05-13-2008, 04:30 PM #3
alright got it. Thanks for the reply.
05-13-2008, 05:56 PM #4
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What it means is like a gpr with a pipe for each cylinder is a tripple piped ski. The Factory pipe on an 800 is a single pipe.
05-13-2008, 11:05 PM #6
So I don't know if anyone has been following hydrojunkie's header system. Would this be an example of a triple piped machine or since all three cyclinders narrow down to one exhaust outlet is it still single piped. Also does piped only refer to 2 strokes because I have never heard it applied to any other machines.
05-14-2008, 11:18 AM #7
right, only really applies to 2 strokes... 4 strokes they consider 'em headers
and the piping design is quite a bit different... most pipes have narrow areas and wide areas to concentrate flow and exhaust vibrations to help the 2 stroke exhaust better at higher RPMs
triple pipe 1200
twin pipes 951
single pipe 701
see the larger chambers ?? hope this helps
05-14-2008, 06:41 PM #8
That helps alot. I have friends that have triple piped gpr's and i figured I mine as well get the down low on. Thanks for the detailed post.
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