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06-15-2010 05:07 PM
Nash04 Well the guy finally showed up last night after been at the dealer's for a week and said that he can build me a header/mid-pipe for my Supertrapp at $75 an hour which should take not more than 4 hours but he doesn't think that it will be ready by this weekend which is ok with me since I do have my SR4 which I will sell once the Supertrapp is done. Who knows; he might have it done since he'll be stopping by the dealer tomorrow night to get all the measurements.
06-15-2010 09:22 AM
crwh45 Joe, how did you make out with the exhaust?
06-10-2010 11:42 PM
smo0oth1 Gotcha, I never looked into them much and didn't realize more disc made it quieter. I'm bout to google it and learn myself something.
06-10-2010 10:01 AM
Nash04 At this moment I'm using 10 disc which is about 60% of all the disc and is quiet enough for me and the flow is good, the only time that my header gets hot is when we are riding technical trails which we all know that's normal for the beast. This is the 4th bike that I've used the Supertrapp exhaust and knock on wood, haven't had any problems.
Another thing about amount of disc, more disc equals less torque and more top end where less disc equals more torque and less top end. Usually you'll have the bike setup between 10-13 disc depending on the sound you want.
06-10-2010 08:45 AM
Originally Posted by Nash04 View Post
FYI> More disc=Better Flow=Louder=Less heat
Less disc=Less Flow=Quieter=More Heat
I've never owned one, Less disc make it quiter? The only point I was trying to make was a quieter exhaust holds more heat than a free flowing.
06-09-2010 03:23 PM
Nash04 FYI> More disc=Better Flow=Louder=Less heat
Less disc=Less Flow=Quieter=More Heat
06-08-2010 10:51 PM
smo0oth1 Just an FYI, The more you muffle the the exhaust by adding disc the hotter the header will get. You may know this already but figured it was worth mentioning.
06-07-2010 10:17 AM
Nash04 Spoke to my bike shop and they do have someone there that builds exhaust systems so they ask me to drop the bike off and he'll look at it. So now I need to "secure" the bike since all the plastic is off.

Thanks for all the help.
06-07-2010 10:05 AM
dagirl71 your only an hour Joe I could come up by you but I guess I wouldnt want them touching it again either. How about Jimmy think he can fix it (he is one of the brothers who rides with us has the audi repair shop)

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06-07-2010 09:40 AM
Nash04 And don't forget; the beast is all torn apart, getting ready for Hatfield.
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