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    Straight pipe

    has anybody tried straight pipe for the RXP using the J-pipe ?





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    yeap,,,I have,,,,its real loud. Hits the rev limiter real quick too!

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    better throttle response ? we made one and testing on the way

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    Skoepp was running a straight pipe. Now that he's built his motor, I think he plans on running a modified gibson with the headers. Not sure though.

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    i am wondering if u can use the j pipe into a 90* then out the stock outlet that way with the big bend in the stock exhaust it would keep water out unless i am missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    Skoepp was running a straight pipe. Now that he's built his motor, I think he plans on running a modified gibson with the headers. Not sure though.

    ITs real loud. I will be putting mufler on as soon as i get it back just to keep others happy. If it was up to me i would run it!!!!!!!
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    could this be bad for the engine just to use the straight ? or is the water ingestion the only worry that you guys have ?

    this is what we built
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    Quote Originally Posted by kawifan View Post
    could this be bad for the engine just to use the straight ? or is the water ingestion the only worry that you guys have ?

    this is what we built

    That's going to be wicked! Take a sound clip or video if you can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawifan View Post
    could this be bad for the engine just to use the straight ? or is the water ingestion the only worry that you guys have ?

    this is what we built
    Water ingestion is NO issue at all. Even with wave jumping. Mine was just like that. I just didnt like the noise. With a helmet I would imagine that it wouldn`t be as bad. It will not hurt the engine.

    A marine cam is ground as to not have water ingestion.

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    wow, how loud is that!!!!!
    any water injection points in the rear straight pipe??

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