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    Riva Free Flow Exhaust Yes or No?

    Should I get the Riva Free Flow Exhaust for my 2000 XL 1200 Limited to install when I am doing the D-plate and jetworks mod?? Stock heads, intake and jetting so far....


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    if your doing the jetworks mod, then yes the two work better together. Keep in mind that Jetworks is just a 0-40ish enhancer for acceleration. No top end gains.

    Jet works is a great choice for those looking to get into the mid-range at a paster pace.

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    ttt

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    I like it ,sounds mean and bassey,with the jet works it hits hard down low.they say you will lose top end with the ff , but the low end punch makes up for it. ill never take it off.

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    If you go to the FF get some good earplugs and keep em in the glove box of your ski. After a day of riding your ears will ring!!

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    its loud but not that loud ! about like a pick up truck with duel's

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    Quote Originally Posted by txgp1300r
    its loud but not that loud ! about like a pick up truck with duel's
    right on the money - actually like flowmasters kind-of..

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    I have heard the Riva FF (the blue rubber one) is not that bad at all, from a noise perspective. Any comments from who's using that one?

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    thats what i got...it sounds real good... i like muscular sounding machines

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPR FL
    I have heard the Riva FF (the blue rubber one) is not that bad at all, from a noise perspective. Any comments from who's using that one?
    I got one and I LOVE it!!! I love the sound and I like how it feels out of the how with the jetworks combo!

    If I lose a few RMPs ~20-30 then I'm fine with that. I'll pick them up in a few other places

    Over all it was a nice add on for me! It's all about what your lookign for.

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