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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-09-2003, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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Who makes the best sounding twin pipe setup for the ZR 900?
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I've always been real impressed with PSI. D&D would be my second choice, and somewhere way down the list would be black "magic"...

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Not sure if Simons CPR is making a set but I know Speedwerx is, and they may very well be made by Jeff Simon. Top notch either way.

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Everybody that I talk to says the D & D's are way to quiet. I don't want a super loud sled but I down like the tin sounding blurp blurp. I'll have to check out the PSI and Speedwerx

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Why twins???? Most posters on most sites seem to sold twins for a fatty single. Or they bought a fatty from the start. Twins only make a few hp more on top but the single make more torque throu-out the power band and is a easier sled to tune and ride. Guys seem to swear by the newer Speedwrk fat daddy single and there whole kit. Pipe,head,airbox,clutching.

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I am still debating between singles and twins... This season I am planning pipes, reeds, clutch, and picking the track. In the spring I am going to big bore, port, and new head and asphalt drag it thru the summer.. Buying twin pipes now will save me a little money down the road...

What are your thoughts?
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I forgot about Speedwerx. I've nver heard anything but great things about them, and that new fat daddy pipe with their clutching is supposed to rock!! You've got a tough decision to make...

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I forgot about Speedwerx. I've nver heard anything but great things about them, and that new fat daddy pipe with their clutching is supposed to rock!! You've got a tough decision to make...
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Anyone have the CPI Chome twin pipes i got those and they give 29hp and i think 16 more on torque.. they sound awesome a little loud though. i like them look sweet too.
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-09-2006, 08:14 PM
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I have Jet Hot coated SLP Twins on mine.
Sounds great (as far as a twin goes).

I am running around 185 hp with all the mods,
I like them
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