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post #1 of 28 Old 07-19-2010, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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Slip-on Vs. Full exhaust

What is the difference in power gains between a slip on and a full exhaust? is it very noticable? Right now i have an uni air filter, alba programmer and a two brothers slip on. I'm debating on selling my slip on to my friend and buying a full barkers exhaust but i'm only gonna do that if you can really feel the difference in performance. I really like the way my two brothers sounds but i'm really wanting more power. whats yalls opinion?
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I would think the header is where you would see the most gains. The barker header is bigger than stock plus it's made from t-304 stainless steel. So it's not gonna look rusty like the stocker. The new heat shield is awesome too. I got the barker exhaust and I love it. Sounds awesome, looks awesome and fit perfect! If you got the cash get it!
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i reccomend the barkers but as for major power gains you will not notice it. the barkers will give you a little more power because your letting the engine exhale better. however i dont believe its drastically different. the barkers exhaust is one of the best sounding exhausts out there. if you can spare the cash get it. otherwise put your money elsewhere like shocks or nerfs.
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So what would the difference in HP be for a slipon VS a full? I know there's a difference, but what is it?



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i dont know for sure but i have read 5-8% with a slip on and programer and 10-15% with a full and programmer. i just dont believe that you would be able to notice it.
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garret where are you in louisiana???? if your close to me in slidell ill let you take mine for a spin and you can decide for your self. i plan on doing some riding when i get back from this hot desert in nevada. let me know and ill let you try it out. I run the barkers full with a power commander a volocity intake and a 13 tooth. if that is comparible to what you have i wouldnt mind you checking it out before you blow 500.00
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Two brothers dyno shows 43.1hp and barkers dyno shows 48.57hp. Stock is 40ish.

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one thing i was woundering on top of the slip-on vs full exaust is do you have to install a fuel programmer if the exaust is changed or is it optional?
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one thing i was woundering on top of the slip-on vs full exaust is do you have to install a fuel programmer if the exaust is changed or is it optional?
You need a programmer for slip on and full exhaust.

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I remember seeing one dyno comparison of slip-on vs full exhaust. The guy had a filter and computer for both dyno's.

Slip-on, good increase in top end with crappy bottom end and mid range increase. Full exhaust showed good improvement through the whole rev-range with good over-rev and a really fat mid-range.

Sorry, can't remember where I saw it.
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