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Jim Lomas/Jolly Moto/Arrow/Gianelli

Unless some1 has tried all of them on the same bike, who knows?
Well, I got the Gianelli 2T system for my mito and I can say without a doubt that the power increase is noticable and the noise it makes is totaly amazing
I assume that the other exhausts will do the exact same and im not totally convinced that one system is vastly superior in anyway over another.
 

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Well, I got the Gianelli 2T system for my mito and I can say without a doubt that the power increase is noticable and the noise it makes is totaly amazing
I assume that the other exhausts will do the exact same and im not totally convinced that one system is vastly superior in anyway over another.
im sure u said u had your bike derestricted at the same time as u changed the exhaust so you cant compare.

i would say jolly moto or arrow are the best pipes personally.
 

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I have a pipe off a sp525 it measures 17" around the center mutch larger than my stock one.
it has a jolly moto end can It runs very well in the high rev range You must open up the exhaust flange by 2mm for it to work properly. I ran de restricted jets ie, 120 or 125 main and 65 65 if i can remember right .
this is a hand made pipe and ligther including j.m. endcan than the standard end can.
I also have a 34mm flat slide carb with cables choke, throttle,I never fitted.also standard reeds.

Anyone want to make me an offer before i put it on flea bay?
Mike
 

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which pipe is the best wearing? wats the best thing to do to make the pipe last longer besides leaving it in the box lol
Well I don't know about the other brands but my Arrow system is already showing signs of corrosion despite coating it in High Temp paint. I wouldn't mind but it's only been on for a fortnight!
While I'm here, and to save a starting a new topic, has anyone else got a problem with their can smacking the swingarm when the suspension travels further than normal road riding?
I went for a post-derestriction blast the other day and could hear a worrying knocking noise. It now looks like I've been at my swingarm with a friggin' angle grinder

Do I have to wind up the rear shocker or will that knacker the handling?
I've tried adjusting the hanging brackets but there's hardly any play to pull the zaust away from the swingarm.
I get the feeling my bike's gonna get cut in half if it carries on like this so any advice for a newbie would be great...
Oh, it's a 2004 model if that helps?

Cheers
 
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